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October 2019 6 Min Read

Treasury in 2025: Will You Be at the Cutting Edge?

The ‘Journeys to Treasury’ report has become a landmark piece of research among the corporate treasury community – and the 2019/2020 edition is no different. According to the latest study, the treasury of the future will be almost unrecognisable: core treasury...

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January 2019 6 Min Read

Room for Manoeuvre – Optimising Working Capital with Receivables Finance

With an eye on working capital efficiency, Meliá Hotels’ treasury team was looking to access faster and more flexible liquidity as a means of speeding up the cash conversion cycle. After careful consideration, treasury decided to implement a receivables finance...

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October 2018 14 Min Read

The Added Value of Centralised Cash Management under BEPS

What would be the correct price (i.e., the arm’s length transaction) of a cash transaction under BEPS (Base Erosion Profit Shifting) Actions 8-10? That’s a key question which every treasurer of an international group needs to address. The right answer is far from...

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April 2018 10 Min Read

Credit and Collections – Staying Ahead of the Curve

Over the past 12 months, we have witnessed a dramatic increase in technology-based opportunities to improve credit and collection programmes. Access to new technology has traditionally only been available to large corporations with large revenue streams and...

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November 2017 6 Min Read

The 2018 Forecast: Wear Sunscreen, Take Your Umbrella

Steve Elms continues his annual series in which he outlines his thoughts for the year ahead. In recent years, the focus has been managing risk and improving efficiency during an extended period of uncertainty and turbulence. As Steve describes, the forecast for 2018...