‘Opportunity from uncertainty’ will be the theme as the UK’s Association of Corporate Treasurers holds its annual event next week in Manchester.
Many financial departments that continue to rely on traditional tools such as spreadsheets struggle to draw together multiple data sources and resolve complex adjustments.
In this interview, Frank Muusse, head of corporate finance and financial risk at Philips Lighting, outlines his work for the company and the impact of changing risk and financial regulation.
As a biopic of McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc hits cinema screens, what cash flow forecasting challenges face global food and beverage businesses 60 years on from the creation of the golden arches?
Companies may have less of an incentive to optimise their working capital in a low interest rate environment. However, dedicated solutions can support a more nuanced approach, enabling them to identify working capital opportunities and challenges specific to their own businesses.
Treasury has shifted to perform a more strategic role in recent years, moving from a focus on transactions to analysis. Most US treasurers see the transformation moving further over the next five years.
The growth of online commerce and corresponding explosion of payment technology has resulted in a fragmented market. Modular technology can provide a solution for the treasury challenges this has created.
In the insurance and reinsurance broking sector, Willis Towers Watson is one of the industry’s ‘Big Three’. In this interview with GTNews, global group treasurer Christof Nelischer describes the challenges created by the group’s recent merger activity as well as in his day-to-day work.
Following the UK's Brexit vote, what are the best ways to provide more options into hedging strategies to protect businesses from increased uncertainty in the FX market?
In this companion piece to GTNews’s recent article on the strengths and many flaws of spreadsheets, the author examines the reasons why their use by treasury teams is unlikely to be phased out in the near term.