Is the future of treasury really going to be all about pushing the right button? Or will a human being always need to make sure the figures are in order? CTHK had the answer to these and many other questions
CT’s inaugural Hong Kong conference saw over 200 treasury-related professionals enjoy a day of thought-provoking discussion centred around the future of treasury in an increasingly digital and tech-savvy world
Deutsche Post DHL treasurer Carola Schmitz-Becker is no stranger to efficiency concerns. Being able to receive payments instantaneously has shifted her focus towards improving the group’s e-commerce offerings.
Hong Kong’s securities regulatory chief Carlson Tong Ka-shing may be on the way out, but he has signalled that cryptocurrencies have a future in the city even if there’s still a long road ahead for crypto compliance
With 60 banks now part of the Swift global payments initiative (gpi) network carrying out payments worth $100 billion a day, real-time cross-border funds transfer with full traceability is on the horizon
For corporate treasurers already mired in the costly, slow and opaque world of cross-border payments, ether could offer a real solution: real-time, cost-free, “crypto-payments” with the need to buy cryptocurrency.