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The so-called trade war may be hogging the headlines, but for many corporate treasuries it’s more than business as usual. M&As, one survey has found, have never been more vigorous
The treasury management system (TMS) provides centralised control, putting all the reins into treasurers’ hands. But do you really need a pricy system when banks are providing some of these services at a fraction of ...
A new survey looks at the shape of things to come for corporate treasurers. Will you be driving smaller teams with greater responsibility, or automating yourself out of existence?
Treasurers pondering the next frontier in artificial intelligence might be looking the wrong way. In-house experiments at Microsoft, the technology behemoth, hint at a revolution.
Notional cash pooling avoids the physical transfer of foreign exchange, reducing FX risk. The US tech manufacturer's Yvione Zhou explains how it works in Asia.
How does a US firm's Asia treasurer manage geopolitical risk, keep treasury functioning 24/7, and why is he scoping out a treasury management system. CT talks to Christopher Emslie.
The chemical giant is moving payments out of China to Thailand while switching hedging activities back to its Brussels head office. Its treasury team explains how it's going to work.
Automating workaday tasks costs money in the short term and saves money in the long term. Justifying the outlay to a sceptical board must be part of the treasurer’s skill set.
Cash flow forecasting may be more art than science, but the head of Tata Steel's award-winning team tells CT how treasurers can stack the odds in their favour.
Increasingly, treasurers rely on internal and external systems, and large corporations have expensive, automated TMS. At its heart however is the idea that information means business.