Important licensing changes to CT now live

To continue to invest in investigative and trusted journalism, Corporate Treasurer has moved to a digital subscription model. We explain why and who it will affect.

Dear Reader,

We want to inform you of our decision at Corporate Treasurer to move to a subscription-based digital model. 

As of today (May 22), all service providers to corporate treasurers and chief financial officers will require a licence to gain access to our digital content.

As we have previously flagged, treasury practitioners will continue to be served Corporate Treasurer content for free. Therefore any thought leadership or online advertising campaigns will continue to reach our 8,500+ active treasury readers.

We didn't take this decision lightly. No different to transaction banking, relationships in our industry matter. And your relationship to Corporate Treasurer matters to us. 

But to continue to produce independent and trusted journalism we require a stable business platform to operate from.

And while the traditional client advertising and sponsorship model has been in steady decline across the media industry, our own efforts to engage the world’s most influential treasury executives, both globally and in Asia, continues to go from strength to strength.

Should you wish to discuss this decision with Daniel Flatt, editorial director, or Corporate Treasurer’s publisher, Jonathan Hirst, we would be more than happy to do so.

For licencing enquiries, please contact Rob Benjamin at or on +852 6924 3022

Kind regards,

Corporate Treasurer team.


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