Article

May 2022 9 Min Read

Be Prepared! 

MMF Reform Proposals Threaten LVNAV Viability for European Treasurers While treasurers might not feel the impact of MMF reforms in Europe for years, the proposed changes currently being debated at European Commission level endanger the utility of one of the most...

Article

April 2022 11 Min Read

An Inconvenient Truth: SEC MMF Proposals Disappoint as Treasurers Not Compensated for the Risks They Take

Peter Yi, NTAM, met with TMI for a wide-ranging Q&A, exploring the impacts new MMF regulatory proposals may have on both issuers and treasurers, what other options the SEC should consider, and where innovation in the cash investment space is heading.

Article

March 2022 6 Min Read

Update on The Pain Points of the New Structured Address Block (Part 2)

Last April [1], Mark Sutton, Senior Manager, Corporate Treasury Advisor, Zanders, questioned the proposed industry logic that would require corporates globally to provide a full structured address as part of the adoption of the new XML Version 9 payments message. The...

Article

October 2021 4 Min Read

ISO 20022 Migration for Corporates: Start Planning Now

The impending migration of crucial clearing systems, national banks, and SWIFT to ISO 20022 seems to be a decisive step towards a true global standard for payment transactions. And it’s only a matter of time before corporate participation will be required....

Article

October 2021 9 Min Read

MMF Reforms Risk Missing the Point

Money market funds are once again in the cross hairs of regulators in the US and Europe following a brief liquidity crunch in March 2020. Sebastian Ramos, Executive Vice President, Global Trading and Products, ICD, discusses the risks that over-zealous reforms could...

Article

September 2021 10 Min Read

Tackling the Complexities of IBOR Transition

Time is running out for treasurers to complete their interbank offered rate transition projects with the deadline of December 31 2021 rapidly approaching. A recent TMI webinar with Salmon Software brought together three experts to discuss the complexities ahead,...

Podcast

July 2021 32:27

Tackling the Complexities of IBOR Transition

TMI’s Ben Poole speaks to Shaun Kennedy (Associated British Ports), Tassos Dimopoulos (Salmon Software), and Svenja Schumacher (Deloitte), who provide listeners with everything they need to know about the upcoming transition from IBOR to risk-free rates (RFRs)....

Video

July 2021

Tackling the Complexities of IBOR Transition

A TMI Webinar with Salmon Software, Deloitte and Associated British Ports. This video is a recording of a live event that took place on Tuesday 29 June 2021. Speakers Shaun Kennedy, Group Treasurer, Associated British Ports Tassos Dimopoulos, Director of Project...

Article

June 2021 9 Min Read

Beat Deadline Drama by Tackling the LIBOR Transition Today

The end date for LIBOR is just months away. For those treasurers who haven’t acted already, now is the time to identify LIBOR exposures, have a contingency plan for accidental oversights, and understand the different challenges presented by the new market risk-free...

Article

April 2021 6 Min Read

All Round the Houses

The Pain Points of the New ISO 20022 Structured Address Block With Version 9 XML on the horizon, it is time to question the logic of manda...

Article

March 2021 14 Min Read

Regulatory Round-up with the EACT

The European financial regulatory environment is one of the most homogenised in the world and yet it still forces corporate treasurers to stay constantly alert for local nuances, revisions and wholesale changes. With the current European Parliament’s term running...

Article

February 2021 5 Min Read

ISO 20022: What is it and Why is it so Important?

Standards make the world go round and in payments, it’s no different. ISO 20022 is coming into force for all payments – and looks set to revolutionise the financial landscape. For many of us who have spent a career in payments, ISO 20022 (referred to in the...