Europe is undergoing a period of unprecedented change. From the impact of Brexit to the COVID-19 pandemic, treasurers and CFOs across the region must adapt and innovate in order to sustain business growth and resilience.
Barclays has partnered with TMI to understand and share the latest challenges and opportunities for treasurers across Europe. We will be sharing some of our key insights on this page, as well as on the Barclays Corporate Banking LinkedIn channel.
Bringing together peer insights from 244 treasury professionals, the results of this survey aim to help treasurers identify opportunities for change in the evolving European landscape.
This report also pinpoints challenges to prepare for and provides a benchmark for future-proofing, since treasurers and CFOs across the region must adapt and innovate in order to succeed.
We hope you find this report thought-provoking and we look forward to discussing the findings with you in more detail.
While 2022 may have marked the end of the Goldilocks era and opened up a new period of economic uncertainty and instability, there is still light at the end of the tunnel, since unpredictability in the market gives the treasurer an opportunity to shine.
Across Europe, Barclays can provide corporate banking services supported by deep local market knowledge. Barclays is supporting the European needs of global corporates with:
When you’re looking for ways to streamline operations and achieve growth in your business, you need time to focus on key decisions. That’s why Barclays’ platform provides quick, consistent support for your European banking – speeding up your day-to-day, so you can spend your time on the bigger picture.
For more information on how we can support you with your European banking needs, please visit our website via the button below.
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