Ever-changing political and economic environments keep cash management professionals agile.
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Providers have to deal with issues both big and small with firms both big and small.
New realities require a new category to recognize firms advancing treasury and cash management solutions.
Newer market economies face issues of smaller scale and a wider array of currencies than their western counterparts.
News-heavy year required flexibility in cash management solutions.
Vendors guide corporate clients through increasingly frictionless—though initially disorienting—new platforms.
In the wake of the US tax overhaul, corporate treasuries brace for repatriation of assets.
Speed becomes the key differentiator for treasury and cash management providers.
What does it take to excel at trade finance on a regional or global scale?
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Global Finance’s editorial review board—with input from industry analysts, corporate executives and technology experts—selected the best providers of supply chain finance and management services. A variety of subjective and objective criteria were used for choosing the winners. Factors considered included: ...
The editorial review board of Global Finance selected the best trade finance providers based on input from industry analysts, corporate executives and technology experts. Criteria for choosing the winners included: transaction volume, scope of global coverage, customer service, competitive pricing ...
The foreign exchange industry is embracing principles to nourish a robust, fair and transparent market for currency trading—without threat of law.