Financial services has long been considered to be male-dominated. Certainly, women are still underrepresented in the sector, but, thanks to industry-wide and company-specific efforts, the gender-gap is narrowing, with success increasingly determined by merit over masculinity.
Treasuries should be centralised but also extend "strategic autonomy" to decentralised units because they need to be responsive and close to the customer, argues Richard Scase, author and business forecaster on global megatrends.
More than 58% of CFOs felt that they do not have enough time to properly develop and define strategic decisions, a recent survey found. Many CFOs believe that their team needs to have the ability to do the essential business of transactional management and stewardship which would free up time to focus on strategic priorities.
Following outrage over the UK's BBC gender pay gap, Altify has released data showing gender inequality hurts commercial businesses’ bottom line while diverse companies retain more business.
Why a career in sales proposal writing should be a no-brainer for bright young finance graduates.
The bank is using Twitter and LinkedIn in its search for talented graduates, reports the Financial Times.
Women have made tremendous strides in treasury management in recent years. Let’s overcome the obstacles that too often hold them back from even greater success.
A study of UK chief financial officers (CFOs) by recruitment consultant Robert Half finds that most nurture ambitions to take over the chief executive’s role.
Urjut Patel has been named as the new governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and will succeed Raghuram Rajan, whose term ends on September 4.
Frank Vang-Jensen, who was appointed in March 2015, apparently went against the Swedish bank’s decentralised model.