The Swiss group’s revelation of a US$100m loss at its South Korean subsidiary could be just one example of “a ticking time bomb”, claims Bottomline Technologies.
Tungsten Corporation is a London-based electronic invoicing specialist. In this interview with GTNews, company president Prabhat Vira and senior vice president Kevin Wilbur outline the factors driving growth in e-invoicing and how corporates are using it to streamline finance management.
Inefficiencies in payment processing and cash management can make the difference between a company’s success and failure. As corporates seek new ways to effectively address complex global payment ... read more
As president Trump gets a taste for bilateral trade with the UK, how can corporates gain from recent spikes in sterling against the dollar while minimising inevitable falls as Brexit negotiations bite?
The success of the policy launched without advance warning by prime minister Modi last November is still unclear.
The group’s latest global treasury benchmarking report, its first for three years, confirms that today’s corporate treasurers must be multi-talented to manage a growing range of risk.
Recent conversations among US treasury teams have focused on US repatriation tax and the likelihood of a one-off tax holiday. As treasurers prepare for changes in corporate tax, this blog offers guidance on what to plan for.
The new US president’s announcement that he will follow through with his campaign promise will impact both the currency and the money transfer market.
Higher interest rates, a strengthening dollar and changes in the US tax regime as well as strong odds on a commodity price revival should all be factored in
As worldwide use of Chinese renminbi (RMB) goes from strength to strength, this article looks back on an important year in the currency’s growth. Building on the results of a survey of corporate customers, the authors outline the advantages the RMB can offer.