Despite some progress in tackling bribery and corruption, many senior managers are failing to set the right tone according to EY.
Dutch group Wolters Kluwer provides information services and solutions to customers including legal, business, tax, accounting, finance and healthcare professionals in over 180 countries. In this interview with GTNews, SVP for treasury and risk George Dessing outlines how the business has changed during his two decades with the group.
In this interview with GTNews, Peter Crawley, Citi’s country officer for South Africa reports on the region’s challenges, opportunities and how fintech is proving a catalyst for change.
A UK survey of 2,000 adults in full-time employment finds more than one in three are unhappy at work.
The fifth Supply Chain Finance Summit, held in Singapore earlier this month, focused on the factors shaping the region’s supply chain finance.
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.
An online survey of small business owners on both sides of the Atlantic finds them in optimistic mood, despite an uncertain outlook.
Progress on gender diversity is steady, but slow according to the latest Global Board Diversity Analysis by leadership advisory group Egon Zehnder.
The group’s latest global treasury benchmarking report, its first for three years, confirms that today’s corporate treasurers must be multi-talented to manage a growing range of risk.
The august weekly magazine The Economist, itself in business since 1843, held a conference in London this week to consider whether - and how – long-established stalwarts of the banking industry can survive the financial technology revolution.