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?
How are treasurers readying themselves for change on the back of new technologies, business models and the emergence of new regulatory initiatives? Read this interview and be one of the first to discover the results of Economist Intelligence Unit's annual corporate treasury survey.
With technology developments occurring at a rapid rate, Christopher Mager of BNY Mellon Treasury Services, discusses some of the key innovations that are impacting transaction banking, and how knowledge is king when it comes to harnessing new capabilities.
The scale of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is striking: involving nearly two thirds of the world’s population, 68 countries and over 40 per cent of global GDP. But what are the risks and opportunities arising from BRI for corporate treasuries, particularly for those in the real estate sector?
Thanks to advances in mobile security and evolving employee demand, treasurers are beginning to see the benefits of allowing treasury staff to access their company’s corporate banking portals on their phones.