In any industry, the selection process is a task that requires a careful and considered approach. The necessity to hire the right person is made even more pertinent within corporate treasury, due to the comparatively small size of most treasury teams. A focus on formal succession planning allows organisations to not only prepare themselves for future staff fluctuations but encourages participation from individual employees.
The treasury committee is often the cornerstone of any business because disciplines within finance have many stakeholders and affect a variety of other functions. Today, a treasurer is increasingly expected to be a communicator across an organisation. Doesn’t that fact alone highlight the need for a treasury committee?
At a time where the consequences of technological weakness have never been greater, treasurers are struggling to prioritise modernising their treasury functions. Treasury technology previously considered inessential, has the potential to soon become the industry standard, creating a plethora of issues for those who fail to invest promptly.
There’s something delicious about an exclusive interview – especially when it involves Ole Matthiessen, Global Head of Cash Management, Deutsche Bank, candidly discussing the eyebrow-raising results of the bank’s latest corporate treasury survey.