In its 5th annual edition, the research led by CeTIF in collaboration with TAS Group is enriched by the participation of 14 Italian financial institutions. Goals for 2015 were to investigate the expected benefits, investment costs, expected runnings, and changes to liquidity management and operational models as impacted by the T2S go live.
Driver-based planning - which facilitates a decision making process based on an organisation’s key business drivers - enables financial planning and analysis (FP&A) to be quick, dynamic and agile.
A report forecasts that the UK’s exit from the European Union will cost the country up to US$338m in lost deals by 2020 and the global economy up to US$1.6 trillion.
Aquarius is the new TAS application for Securities, Cash and Collateral management integrated into a modular Liquidity and Settlement platform. Aquarius offers an integrated framework to monitor Intraday Liquidity and consolidate Cash Management and Collateral activities for both direct and indirect settlement systems participant.
Lower for Longer: How Companies Are Adapting and Embedding Resilience – An Energy Industry Perspective
With expectations that the oil and gas prices will remain lower for longer, the energy industry is undergoing a drastic restructuring. How will companies weather the impact and adapt? What is the financial optionality as capital tightens? How can risks from changes in local regulations be mitigated?