Automated accounting promises to save business owners time and money and remove much of the tedium from routine tasks.
The long-anticipated changes to the regulation of money market funds in Europe is finally underway. This article sets out what to expect over the next 18 months.
The latest triennial review by the US Association for Financial Professionals of treasury’s strategic role reveals changes over the nine years since the 2008 financial crisis.
A Capital One survey suggests that the majority plan to implement commercial card tools and services over the next year.
Emerging markets offer “a world of opportunity”, but delegates at the recent ACT Conference heard from treasurers whose companies operate in regions such as Africa about the challenges they also present.
Lower commodity prices have dented the performance of many of the region’s currencies, but this shouldn’t prove too tough a challenge for companies seeking to establish a presence in Africa.
The Trump administration’s swiftness in pulling the US out of the Trans-Pacific partnership is disappointing, but is offset by many more encouraging developments.
With a surprisingly high number of North American corporates still reliant on cash and cheques, what’s impeding the move to electronic-based payments?
A Dun & Bradstreet study finds UK financial directors and CFOs believe their role has expanded - and with it the potential for error.
Treasury optimisation is neither a quick or easy process, but one that is still worth undertaking. This article considers the most common pain points and the prize that lies at the end.