Since 1997 GT News has been an invaluable online resource for financial professionals, offering thought leadership to corporate treasurers, CFOs, cash managers and other key corporate personnel worldwide.
We are pleased to announce that September 2015 marks an important new chapter in GT News’s development. The GT News.com website is relaunching under the ownership of MyGuides Ltd, with GT News reunited with former stablemate bobsguide.com, the respected financial technology site, as well as gaining the resources of the recently-launched title Treasury Insider. Whilst the GT News website is under development – visit www.Treasury Insider.com for the latest news and views.
Having been US-based for the past two years under its previous owner, GT News is once more being produced from the UK and will be at the heart of the European treasury community. Graham Buck, Editor of GT News since 2012, recently returned from Washington DC to London where he will work with Treasury Insider journalist, Madhvi Mavadiya, on developing GT News’s service.
The relaunched site combines the strength of both titles and the team looks forward to further expanding GT News’s comprehensive coverage, with topics ranging from the fundamentals of effective cash management and corporate funding to expert commentary on coping with currency volatility and a low interest rate environment.
Expert commentary and opinion have established GT News’s reputation as an authoritative voice for treasury personnel working across different industries and within the finance sector. Subscribers can look forward to a refreshed and reinvigorated GT News.com and the team is already developing a wide-ranging editorial agenda for 2016.
For further information on the relaunch, please contact GT News Editor, Graham Buck, at email@example.com and for marketing opportunities on GT News.com contact client relationship manager Carolina Quintana at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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