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TMI Sustainability Survey in Partnership with ING

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Today’s accelerating pace of change presents us with both challenges and opportunities in those areas considered key priority for treasury such as cash flow management and forecasting, FX risk management and working capital management. An area which is often not yet top of mind for many treasurers but increasingly part or the corporate agenda is the transition towards sustainable business.

This does not necessarily relate to “becoming green” but rather addresses the key question how to sustain business without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

TMI and ING have joined forces in exploring how this subject is perceived or addressed by the corporate treasury and in which key areas treasury can facilitate sustainable change. A survey has been developed for this purpose and the link to the survey is included below. The insights will be used for a dissertation on this topic as well.

If you’re working as a treasurer or in a treasury department for a company that has a sustainability strategy, your participation in this survey is highly appreciated. As a token of appreciation we will allot 30 fashionable Orange watches amongst respondents (completion required). In case you would like to have a chance to win an orange watch, please leave your email address at the end of the survey. A report on the outcomes of the research will be sent to this email address*.

Filling out the survey takes no more than 10-15 minutes and it is accessible via the link below. All information you provide will be treated fully confidentially.

Please click here to access the survey >>

*Please note that anonymity is guaranteed and your individual feedback will not be linked to your contact details.

 

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