The US dollar and debt yields falling on the North Korea missile test, treasury being a top target for cyber criminals and why treasurers aren't into real-time payments all hit the latest headlines in the world of treasury this week. Don't miss our ten top news stories from around the world.
Chicago based Treasury Management System (TMS) vendor GTreasury and Sydney based risk and treasury management vendor Visual Risk have joined forces in a strategic alliance to ... read more
"Uncertainty is the enemy of deal-making", so it's no surprise that Europe and the Asia Pacific's insurance industry saw merger and acquisition deals fall in the first half of 2017.
The just-concluded talks on reviving the Trans-Pacific Partnership have repercussions for international trade, particularly in the absence of the US as a TPP member.
One in five countries is set to hit their highest government debt levels in 17 years predicts Fitch, although there has still been a dramatic improvement in sovereign credit.
The merger of D+H and Misys has been cemented, with the new group lead by Misys’ former CEO, Nadeem Syed.
Voice communications between traders and clients are still at the heart of global financial markets, reports Greenwich Associates.
Global infrastructure projects attracted a record US$413bn of investment in 2016, driven higher by aggregate transaction value of $131bn in Asia.
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, which bought the stake in 2007 when it sought to expand its Asia presence, is now reversing the policy.
Insurance market Lloyd's of London is said to be ramping up Brexit contingency plans with the possible shift to a new location within the European Union.