Why the biggest opportunity to free “trapped cash” is not repatriation.
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.
Seen as the ultimate model by treasurers, centralisation is rarely as black and white as it appears. Today, digital advances are making it easier for every treasury function to reap the benefits of centralisation while overcoming financial, operational and psychological barriers.
On both sides of the Atlantic, proposed changes in regulation are in the pipeline that could cause corporate treasury and tax departments to fundamentally rethink their high performance strategy for liquidity management.
A recent seminar held in the Netherlands gathered together a range of participants, who offered their interpretation of the impact of the Basel III capital adequacy regime on notional cash pooling.
Evolving regulatory, tax and accounting issues have seen tightening requirements around notional pooling. This article explores the implications of these changing dynamics on banks and their corporate clients.
Germany’s car parts manufacturer ZF Friedrichshafen is the first corporate to utilise the new service.
Bringing high performance practices into your global pooling strategy can help treasury to capture the chequered flag. This article offers a user's manual.
According to some bankers, due the heightened currency volatility and the resulting record number of cross-border mergers and acquisitions, hedging products are being favoured more and more.
It has been revealed that this summer, the German bank mistakenly paid $6 billion to a hedge fund client and the incident has meant that Deutsche Bank is yet again being scrutinised by regulators.