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Do you know what your customers REALLY think?

Treasury Today Group’s Corporate Treasury Benchmarking Studies have been leading the industry since 2009. Their success has enabled us not only to build up a clear picture of the key issues and challenges affecting corporate treasury over the last 7 years but also to provide some KPI metrics against which the corporates have been able to benchmark themselves. We have now developed, expanded and improved our Benchmarking Studies with a new exclusive Voice of Corporate Treasury Global Study and the findings from our 2016 Study are now available to purchase.

What was the objective of the study?

The primary aim was to build a clear picture of what corporates are doing and planning to do. How corporates view the outlook for 2017 in the key areas of the corporate treasury domain. This enables the corporates to see how they compare with their peers and deliver clear instructions to their banks/service providers as to the solutions they require to manage their treasuries more effectively and efficiently.

Banks/service providers

  • Invaluable market research.

  • Hear what your corporate customers really think.

  • Gain real insight into their issues, concerns and challenges.

  • Find out what they are doing; where, when and why.

Key benefits

  • Enables you to tailor and adapt your approach to the corporate market.

  • Focus your relationship managers and sales executives on relevant and topical issues.

  • Use the findings to assist the RFP/sales process.

  • Validate your investment decisions, your product development pipeline.

  • Use to support internal business case and budget decisions.

  • Leverage the trusted relationships we have with our readers worldwide.

If you are a bank/service provider to corporate treasuries around the world, you cannot afford to be without this important research. For further details please contact your Relationship Manager at Treasury Today or email our Research Director,