Cover Story : Driving Efficiency

Centralizing treasury and finance functions is an ever more popular way for companies to reduce costs, improve investment strategies and control risks. With increasing trends toward globalization, automation and standardization, more and more companies are centralizing their treasury and finance ...

Cover Story : Fast Forward

In the world of cash forecasting, change is accelerating as more and more companies look to improve forecasting in order to better manage liquidity. When Global Finance launched 20 years ago, cash forecasting was in its infancy. There was little ...

Features : Strategic Partners

TREASURY & CASH MANAGEMENT Global Finance brought together some of the leading figures in the treasury and cash management field to discuss current and future trends in their industry. GLOBAL FINANCE: Direct corporate access to SWIFT has been approved and ...

Corporate Finance :Us Dollar Policy Confusing At Best

THE AMERICAS The US administration’s assertion that its dollar policy remains unchanged did little to clarify exactly what that policy is, analysts say. President Bush’s comments in early June that the dollar was devalued inappropriately and that the administration’s policy ...

Treasury Services Supplement 2019

Treasury Services Supplement 2019

Every year, new disruptive technologies are wafted, tantalisingly, in front of treasurers at one of the biggest events in the corporate treasury calendar, EuroFinance. For the last couple of years, Innovation Alley and the tech breakout sessions have allowed the normally risk-averse world of treasury to dip their toes in technologies like blockchain, machine-learning and cryptocurrencies. Most treasurers wouldn’t touch cryptocurrencies with a barge pole. As guardians of a company’s cash and liquidity, their job is to preserve capital—not bet it on risky investments in cryptocurrencies or blockchain pilots.