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TMI 185

TMI 185

This month's TMI features an article by the Editor examining the constant challenges presented to treasurers by rapid changes in technology, as well as a number of best practice articles and the latest instalment of our interview series with AkzoNobel’s Group Treasurer.

TMI 185 also features an article by Matthew Bale that examines how the impact of the proposed changes to IAS 19 could lead to more efficient de-risking of defined benefit pension schemes.

Special Feature

 No More Excuses: Invest, Implement and Innovate

Helen Sanders, Editor

Best Practice Articles

 Enhancing Collections Efficiency and Customer Satisfaction

John Davis, Business Controller, Atlas Copco Compressors Australia

 Strategies for Centralisation, Visibility, and Control in Uncertain Times

Mike Ballet, Group Treasurer and Credit Manager, Aviapartner Holding NV

 Optimising the Treasury Technology Framework

Interview #3 with Peter van Rood, Group Treasurer, and Johan van der Westhuizen, Treasury Controller, AkzoNobel

Thought Leadership

 From West to East

Michael Geoghegan, Chief Executive, HSBC Holdings plc

 Greece Sneezes, Europe Catches Cold? Avoiding Contagion in Corporate Liquidity & Risk Management

Mark Beard, Liquidity and Investments Head, EMEA, and Hugo Parry-Wingfield, Liquidity and Investments Market Manager, EMEA, Citi Global Transaction Services

 Risk Appetite: Are You Hungry for Risk?

François Masquelier, Head of Corporate Finance and Treasury, RTL Group, and Honorary Chairman, EACT

 Breaking Down Barriers: More efficient de-risking of defined benefit pension schemes

Matthew Bale, Vice-President, Client Solutions, PensionsFirst Analytics


 A New Environment for Cash & Trade

Vivek Ramachandran, Head of Cash & Trade, Barclays Corporate

 EACT News

Richard Raeburn, Chairman, EACT

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