The impact of today’s rapidly evolving market dynamics is reflected in the Global Liquidity Barometer, a survey report from TMI and Calastone that draws on data collected from the treasury community, offering a means to understand the present and future of short-term investing.
Covering macroeconomics, digital innovation, ESG investment, and MMF regulation, there are many other eye-opening statistics in the Barometer. Clear gaps between short-term investment desires and reality demonstrate a requirement for treasurers to look beyond their traditional investment partners and technologies towards solutions that help them make smoother and smarter investments.
Javier Orejas (IATA) and Rishi Munjal (Kyriba) provide a lens over recent developments in real-time payments and what they mean for corporate companies.
Watch this webinar replay to learn about how to efficiently transition from USD LIBOR, the opportunities this robust and transparent rate creates for corporate treasurers, and the pitfalls to avoid on your transition journey.
Watch this webinar replay to hear our expert panellists reflect on the short-term investment landscape – and how corporate investors might take advantage.
With the immediate challenges of inflation and rate hikes combined with longer-term regulatory concerns, corporate treasurers have much to consider for their short-term investment policies.
Experts from Calastone and Aviva outline how to successfully navigate these roadblocks, debunk incoming regulations, and assess ‘step out’ strategies
Watch this Forecasting Masterclass to discover what “data driven” really means – and how combining specialist solutions is key to forecasting nirvana.
Daniel Farrell (Northern Trust Management) and James Douglas, CFA (Rabobank) discuss Treasurers the outlook for money markets, trends to watch, and strategies for cash management through the coming year and beyond.
This webinar reveals how Andrew Hawes, Group Treasurer, Innospec set about building a strong cash culture across the business.
Davina Bradley (CEVA Logistics) and Conor Deegan (CashAnalytics) join TMI to explore how treasurers can transform their cash visibility and forecasting.
A TMI Webinar in partnership with CashAnalytics This video is a recording of a live event that took place on Thursday 8 July 2021. Make use of internal and external cash flow data...
A TMI Webinar with Spotify and J.P. Morgan Asset Management This video is a recording of a live event that took place on Wednesday 19 May 2021 Speakers Niklas Muhrbeck, Senior...
BNP Paribas has launched Benetracker, a co-creative solution that leverages SWIFT gpi, with the help of its clients in Europe and Asia-Pacific in order to accurately track international payments.
HSBC is applying a vast range of resources to ensure that their commercial card programs stay ahead of the game in 2020. Innovative systems such as the MiVision platform allows corporate customers to run their card programs in real time, providing visibility on consumer spending trends and currency frequency.
Innovations within data intelligence are poised to enable treasury departments to provide a more direct business input, driving treasury further towards a decision making – and therefore profit generating – role. The results of a recent survey commissioned by The Economist Intelligence Unit, supported by Deutsche Bank, have highlighted the methods that treasury departments can adopt if they wish to develop more data driven processes.
Faster transactions, total visibility of global finances and seamless integration with systems are some of the ways in which HSBCnet is making banking extraordinary.
Vanessa Manning, Head of Liquidity and Investment Solutions at Deutsche Bank’s Global Transaction Banking business, talks to Eleanor Hill, Editor, about the need for collaboration around the future of liquidity and collateral management following the launch of a new paper featuring BAT, BAFT, EBA and SWIFT. Click here to download the new Deutsche Bank whitepaper ‘Preparing for real-time liquidity’ >
At HSBC we’re listening to our clients. And we’re making sure your needs shape our vision of the future. From triggering payments while a shipping container is en-route to new micro-payments in a consumer’s smart car. As steps in the process are removed, payments disappear into the background.