The border adjustment tax (BAT), a proposal first advocated last June by Republicans in the House of Representatives as a central plank of proposed US tax reforms, has gained impetus over the first weeks of the Trump administration.
Customer expectations are driving the instant payments demand, but are technological companies ready to meet them?
The latest report from the Confederation of British Industry and CBRE Group finds the UK capital’s firms are optimistic post-Brexit, but want major upgrades of its transport links.
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?
Trade finance fraud has claimed some high-profile victims, including major Chinese banks. However, the elimination of paper-based documentation should reduce the ability of the scammers to strike.
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
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.
The year ahead will be one of the most difficult for business' strategic decision making since the end of the Cold War, warns Control Risks.
Business proximity - not to be confused with strategic treasury - is what justifies treasury’s existence within a non-financial business.
The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development says the US president-elect’s spending and tax cut pledges will life US and global economic growth, but warns on protectionism and trade disputes.