Is low volatility gone, or will it continue in 2018? Winners in the Derivatives categories are hedging their bets on which way the volatility pendulum swings in order to stay ahead of the game.
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Good fundamentals and political uncertainty present opportunities for savvy underwriters, despite rising interest rates.
In most sectors and regions, 2017 saw gains in investment banks’ bottom lines, a welcome return to form. However, new political paradigms and policies could challenge that growth trend in the months ahead.
While some advisory practices find success in geographic focus, others trot the globe to serve sector-specific clients.
More platforms and more interfaces yield more complexity for Scandanavian treasury officers.
Regulation and technology have transformed treasury since 2008. Our global winners have turned those changes to advantage.
Innovation drives the category as bank/non-bank distinctions blur.
Ever-changing political and economic environments keep cash management professionals agile.
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?
Lisa Lansdowne-Higgins, vice president of business deposits and treasury solutions, personal and commercial banking at RBC, discusses changes in innovation and free trade.