HSBC Corporate Guidebook for Treasurers Evolving Treasury Trends
Today, more than ever, it is vital that businesses work with partners that truly understand the unique and evolving dynamics of their sector in the markets in which they do business. At HSBC, we partner with our clients across industries and markets, with an extensive on-the-ground network of senior bankers with an in-depth understanding of their sectors, providing a wide range of treasury solutions.
Lance Kawaguchi, Managing Director, Global Head – Corporates, Global Liquidity and Cash Management, HSBC
Global Liquidity and Cash Management Corporates Guidebook for Treasurers Evolving Treasury Trends
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Lance Kawaguchi introduces this guidebook, which features a wealth of information that will help treasurers keep up to date with some of the most vital elements of their world today.
India is rapidly becoming a digitally-empowered society and economy, opening up new growth and efficiency opportunities for corporates along the way.
With so much ‘noise’ around digital innovation, it can be difficult to filter out the trends and initiatives that truly matter. To help treasurers in India do just that, HSBC’s held a Digital Innovation and Transformation Forum, April 2018 in Mumbai.
China seems to be on the verge of becoming a virtually cashless society. How will this rapid and profound shift in the way that people and businesses pay for goods and services affect corporate treasurers?
HSBC has a new global strategy, is investing heavily in technology and is embracing open-architecture to help its clients in digital transformation.
Treasuries have a responsibility to support the overall corporate sustainability strategy, but many may not realise that the organisations they deal with on a daily basis – their banks – can be a valuable source of information and assistance with this task.
Multinational gold producer OceanaGold needs a scalable, flexible, cash management and liquidity investment infrastructure. The advantages of having a single global banking relationship with HSBC have been underlined by the bank’s support for the company’s international M&A growth and more.
The recent cyber breach of five firms in Mexico and the USD15m exploitation of connections to the SPEI domestic payment system have placed a spotlight on Latin American cybersecurity. How can corporates and their treasuries prevent this sort of breach becoming commonplace?
Since they began working together in 2007, AkzoNobel and HSBC have built a robust and trusted relationship. Core to the success of the relationship has been HSBC’s open approach, consistent engagement and innovative market-leading solutions.
A rapidly changing environment is driving the need for treasuries to review, revise and futureproof their liquidity management. The good news is that this is now far less of a challenge than it would have been just a few years ago.
Liquidity management is undergoing a period of major change. Liquidity is (re)circulating more quickly, major opportunities are emerging in ‘big data’ analysis and the global economy looks set to push liquidity levels higher.
One of the most fascinating aspects of liquidity management in Asia-Pacific today is its dynamic nature. However, these changes all present corporate treasurers with an interesting range of opportunities.
A mixture of recent and forthcoming changes, including Brexit, bank ring fencing and the second Payment Services Directive (PSD2), will make Europe a far more demanding environment for many treasurers over the next few years.
Over the past year, the interest rate in North America has been markedly different from that in regions such as Europe. The good news is that treasurers are not short of opportunities.
HSBC's new Liquidity Management Portal can transform liquidity management for the better, both immediately and in the future, as well as supporting treasury's strategic participation.