We are delighted to present this series of "Doing Business In..." country guides.
The guides provide a concise overview of the key compliance issues to be considered when expanding into a new territory, and contain insights on over 60 countries and regions worldwide.
Please select a country to discover more:
Treasury organisations and finance shared service centres in Central & Eastern Europe are changing: robots are taking over many of the manual tasks once performed by humans. At the same time, Big Data and predictive analytics are becoming more commonplace. But is treasury at risk of being sidelined in the rush to digitise corporate business models?
Corporate treasurers in Latin America are operating in an increasingly complex and fast-paced environment. To stay one step ahead, treasury teams must re-engineer legacy processes and embrace digital innovation, while closely managing evolving risks such as cyber threats.
China is at the forefront of the global robotics revolution and treasury functions in the country are leveraging this technology to drive cutting-edge innovation. Robotics is just one part of next generation treasury management, however. As Industry 4.0 drives the transition towards Treasury 4.0, China and Asia Pacific-based treasury functions are exploring a host of new technologies, and new strategic partnerships, to make the most of this exciting environment.
Mexico now boasts one of the strongest fintech ecosystems in Latin America and is rapidly being recognised as a hotbed of digital innovation. A recent HSBC event highlighted how this is opening up new opportunities for digital-savvy treasurers.
In Africa, significant shift has taken place towards digital rather than physical channels over the past decade. Recent developments within Africa’s digital ecosystem such as API are attracting clients away from the branch network and toward digitisation opportunities.