- Bank of America Merrill Lynch Report Examines Treasury Landscape
LONDON – Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s Global Transaction Services (GTS) business has published its annual EMEA corporate treasury review, ‘EMEA Perspectives’. The report appears in the leading industry publication, Treasury Management International (TMI).
Against a backdrop of macroeconomic, geopolitical and regulatory changes, the role and requirements of corporate treasury in EMEA are pushing new boundaries and transforming traditional client relationships. ‘EMEA Perspectives’ comprises a series of articles examining the issues which top the treasury agenda, and discusses how treasurers can best address challenges and source opportunities.
‘EMEA Perspectives’ features the following articles:
- Treasury in changing times.
- Mission critical: keeping liquidity flowing.
- Leveraging centralisation.
- Payables and receivables management in modern treasury.
- Taking a proactive approach to global assets.
- Growth path to EMEA.
Jennifer Boussuge, head of GTS, EMEA at Bank of America Merrill Lynch said, “Because macroeconomic and regulatory developments continue to dominate press headlines and occupy corporate treasurers’ minds, treasury teams are demanding improved risk management tools and ways to enhance efficiency so they can help their businesses achieve their strategic objectives. Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s role as a global company is to help our clients understand and profit from these regional and worldwide challenges and opportunities.
“‘EMEA Perspectives’ draws on the expertise of our GTS team and highlights some of the most critical and significant issues we’ve identified as facing the industry today. Our intention is to provide clarity and direction for corporate treasurers as they look to stay at the forefront of regional developments and further develop their businesses.”
The report is part of a series of four regional supplements released by Bank of America Merrill Lynch and TMI covering Asia Pacific, Latin America and North America. The report can be read by clicking here.