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Issue 160 - Nov 2007

Issue 160 - Nov 2007

Corporate Connectivity

The views of corporates, banks and SWIFT would not seem to be very far apart which bodes well for the future. The reality is that every organization is looking to its own success and with standardization and an increasing focus on non-proprietary technology and communication channels, there is more incentive to collaborate on the ‘pipework’ and create differentiation through wider services.

Special Feature

 The Business of Payments

by Helen Sanders

 Is Cynicism the Barrier to Corporate SWIFT Connectivity?

by Helen Sanders

Best Practice Articles

 Nestlé's Approach to Group Pension Fund Management

by Jean-Pierre Steiner, Corporate Pensions and Risk Director, Nestlé S.A.

 KeySpan Energizes Working Capital Performance with JPMorgan Xign

KeySpan

 How Will SEPA Affect Your Liquidity Management?

Willem van Alphen, Head of Global Cash Pooling, Transaction Banking, ABN AMRO & Nick Claus, Senior Liquidity Advisor, Global Treasury & Investment Management, Transaction Banking, ABN AMRO

 You Want it When?

by Christof Nelischer, Head of Treasury, Fiberweb plc

 Changes in the TMS Market - A Broader Range of Products

by François Masquelier, RTL Group Head of Treasury, Corporate Finance & ERM

 Finance Transformation in the Global Corporation: Why it matters

by Mark S. Kasmerski, Peter Koudal and Samuel Silvers, Deloitte Consulting LLP

Regulars

 The Business Case for SWIFT for Corporates

by Susan Webb, Core Cash Management Product Executive, JPMorgan Chase Treasury Services

 News in November

TMI

 Letter from the Editor

by Helen Sanders

 The IAS 39 Effectiveness Test - What If the 80-125% Range Was Eliminated?

by François Masquelier, Chairman of ATEL (Luxembourg Corporate Treasurers Association)

 EACT News

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