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By killing its Excel-based accounting model for FX transactions, the Indian FMCG group has saved both time and the money lost through costly human-based errors.
The Indian FMCG is working with the State Bank of India to provide non-recourse working capital financing for key distributors in India. CT explains how.
Treasurers and CFOs past and present from the likes of Danone, Kraft Heinz, Wipro Unza and Diageo join CT and OpenLink to discuss managing risk in a time of geopolitical turmoil.
With a simple tweak to its deposit management, the Indian FMCG has potentially added almost $40,000 to the bottom line.
After the successful launch of its RTC, the CFO of the frozen food company believes the creation of a shared services centre is the next logical step.
By adopting a new supplier-financing programme, the Chinese wind power generator is giving its suppliers the flexibility to get paid up to 270 days earlier.
The conglomerate’s Asia-Pacific business is working with UOB to kill payment times for key SME suppliers in Singapore while maintaining its own working capital cycle.
The Chinese firm had fewer than 180 days to put together the dollar liquidity to pay for GE’s home appliance business. Its trading head tells CT how it was done and why it now uses a specialist FX trading platform
Tired of seeing the supply chain disrupted by late payments, an advertising technology firm is developing a digital wallet which clients must log into and make payments to continue to use services.
High scores in the banking regulator’s benchmarking exercise are vital if an IHB is to win approval to expand its range of services. CT spoke to an SOE treasurer on how the process works.