Automation and digitisation of organisations are hot topics at the moment – and especially so when it comes to treasury, which stands to benefit greatly by embracing technology and shedding inefficient manual processes.
With all things digital now firmly on the agenda for corporates globally, we are excited to announce a new TreasuryCast series, produced in partnership with Standard Chartered, that will explore Smart Treasury in detail.
To Find out more please visit the Standard Chartered microsite.
Watch this dynamic panel discussion to discover how the treasury departments at Nokia and Freeway Entertainment are utilising APIs.
Royston Da Cost (Ferguson plc) and Ulrika Haug (Coupa) explain how recent trends have impacted finance and what that means for the future of treasury.
Watch this webinar replay to see Kim Estes, Vice President, Accounting, The Knot Worldwide discuss company’s finance transformation journey.
A decade ago, the possibility of real-time, digital treasury was just a dream. Today, it is very much a reality. We are delighted to share expert insight as to how treasurers can...
As corporates of all sizes reap the benefits of their digital journeys, it has become apparent that ‘Smart Treasury’ is no longer simply a future consideration for companies. It’s an imperative today. Find out more via the Standard Chartered microsite.
TMI, in partnership with Barclays, are delighted to share the results of a recent survey answered by over 300 of Europe’s leading corporate treasurers and CFOs. We discovered that Data Analytics will be a key technology for treasurers in 2021, and over half of respndents use – or to plan to use – APIs. Discover more insights from the survey >
TMI, in partnership with Barclays, are delighted to share the results of a recent survey answered by over 300 of Europe’s leading corporate treasurers and CFOs. Data analytics was the most highly sought after, followed by soft skills. Discover more insights from the survey >
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.
One of today’s most important new developments is the shift towards open banking. What does open banking mean, and what could it mean for your treasury?
How are treasurers readying themselves for change on the back of new technologies, business models and the emergence of new regulatory initiatives? Watch this video interview with Michael Spiegel, Head of Cash Management at Deutsche Bank Global Transaction Banking and be one of the first to find out the results of newly published research conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit. You can also read an exclusive TMI interview with Michael Spiegel here.