Corporate SEPA Migration

LATE THROUGH THE GATE By Rebecca Brace With less than a year to go before the SEPA migration end date of February 1, 2014, companies operating in Europe must get migration projects under way or face disruptions to their payments ...

Corporate Cards And The Supply Chain

A HOUSE OF CARDS By Karen Kroll Companies are consolidating purchasing and expense card programs and are starting to extend programs globally. But gaining supplier acceptance still remains challenging. As companies’ supply chains become increasingly multinational, a small but growing ...

M&A: A Return To The Fast Lane For M&A

CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS By Gordon Platt Mergers and acquisitions could gain traction in 2013, following a disappointing year for dealmaking activity in 2012. Although the global economic outlook remains clouded, there are plenty of bright spots, analysts ...

Treasury And Trade: Convergence

THE STARS ALIGN By Rebecca Brace As treasurers seek to optimize liquidity and working capital, cash and trade solutions are increasingly in sync. Treasury and trade used to be two separate disciplines. But in recent years there has been a ...