|24 May 2012. Show Report: The Eurozone and Beyond|
|Neil Ainger, gtnews – 24 May 2012
The gtnews Forum for Global Corporate Treasury, sponsored by Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofA Merrill), opened on 24 May with in-depth, topical presentations to the audience of 60 senior corporate treasurers from the European Central Bank (ECB) on what’s next for the eurozone and discussions on the single euro payments area (SEPA), foreign exchange (FX) volatility, risk management, and regulations.
|24 May 2012. Risk is the Name of the Game|
|Joy Macknight, gtnews – 24 May 2012
The main theme of the Forum for Global Corporate Treasury was risk, plain and not so simple. Corporate treasurers remits are stretching well beyond their comfort zones and into areas of risk that they never had to deal with before, whether that is due to the eurozone crisis, the downgrading of their banks and also more operational type risk.
|25 May 2012. Show Report: gtnews Forum for Global Corporate Treasury – Day 2|
|Neil Ainger, gtnews – 25 May 2012
The final day of the gtnews Forum for Global Corporate Treasury, sponsored by Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofA Merrill), got underway on 25 May with presentations on the status of the European banking system, the internationalisation of the renminbi (RMB), and a world economic overview from the chief economist of BofA Merrill, Mickey Levy.
|25 May 2012. SWIFT Tools and a Case Study on Multi-currency Notional Cash Pooling|
|Joy Macknight, gtnews – 25 May 2012
Workshops on the second day of the Forum for Global Corporate Treasury examined the benefits that SWIFT offers corporates and took an in-depth look at managing cross-border liquidity.