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November 2022 3 Min Read

People in Focus

Hot on the heels of Sewell’s recent appointment as Liquidity Strategist at Aviva Investors, TMI spoke to him about his new role and professional hopes for the future.

Podcast

November 2022 37:16

Transitioning a Corporate from LIBOR to CME Term SOFR

The loans market has predominantly moved to forward looking term rates, and both corporate borrowers and global lenders are increasingly turning to CME Term SOFR as the forward looking risk-free benchmarks to support their activities. Listen to this podcast,...

Podcast

October 2022 09:11

TMI’s View from Sibos – with Adrian Whelan, Brown Brothers Harriman

ESG policy shifts have played a part in “spawning a fully-fledged culture war across financial markets” claims Adrian Whelan (Brown Brothers Harriman). Our guest joins Tom Alford in the TreasuryCast studio at Sibos 2022 to cover the developing impact of...

Blog

October 2022 3 Min Read

Carbonomics 101: ‘Buyer beware’ – key risks associated with voluntary carbon credits and how to avoid them

In the sixth article in this series, we take a closer look at key risks that companies should consider when using voluntary carbon credits to offset carbon emissions. As the market for high-quality voluntary carbon credits continues to grow, companies may find...

Article

September 2022 6 Min Read

Key Takeaways: A Treasurer’s Checklist

These checklists distil short-term investment insights into critical action points and key learnings for every treasury team.

Article

September 2022 12 Min Read

Ready to Trust: Are Crypto Assets Right for Treasury?

For those who believe crypto assets are too volatile and cannot be used by treasury, it’s worth knowing that they are not all the same.

Article

September 2022 11 Min Read

Short-term Markets Tackling the Long-term Issue of ESG

ESG covers a wide range of issues encompassing the notion that a business has a social responsibility to look after people and the planet. The combination of these social elements and, increasingly, regulatory imperatives, means that many businesses have been...

Article

September 2022 8 Min Read

Regulatory Change and Unintended Consequences

The MMF industries in the US and Europe are highly regulated, particularly following the global financial crisis of 2008. The funds have required liquidity levels, and investors can face additional costs and fees if their movement of cash out of a fund has a...

Blog

September 2022 4 Min Read

Climate Risks Hiding in Plain Sight: Interaction between the ISSB and the Financial Statements

The IFRS Foundation has recently established a ‘sister’ standard setter to the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB). The remit of the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB), announced in November 2021, is to meet investor demand for “high...

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September 2022 9 Min Read

Getting Flexible: Treasury’s Response to Deglobalisation

The recent publication of the Deutsche Bank-sponsored Economist Intelligence Unit survey, ‘Manoeuvring uncertainty: Treasury priorities in a volatile, post-pandemic market’, revealed rising macroeconomic concerns within the treasury community. TMI and Christof...

Article

September 2022 12 Min Read

Sharpening the Competitive Edge

The Future of Treasury Technology Technology has played a key role in shaping corporate treasury over the past few decades, but the best is yet to come. Bank of America’s Dhiraj Bajaj, Head of Financial Institutions and Non-Bank Financial Institutions Sales, Asia...

Blog

September 2022 5 Min Read

Carbonomics 101: Carbon neutral vs. net zero – why the difference matters when setting climate targets

The terms ‘carbon neutral’ and ‘net zero’ are often used interchangeably in the language of sustainability and climate but their differences are not necessarily well understood. In this article, we explore the difference between the two and why it matters for...