With the Federal Reserve further hiking US rates this month and the ECB continuing its love for quantitative easing, what effects are these contradictory monetary policies likely to have on organisations reliant on the near-term dollar/euro spreads?
Europe’s biggest economic power has weathered the post-financial crisis years better than most of its rivals, but faces further testing times.
The island nation imposed controls during the 2008 financial crisis, when its three biggest banks collapsed.
A recovery in commodity prices, coupled with the rising fortunes of several sub-Saharan African economies, means the continent offers excellent opportunities for companies able to contend with its treasury and risk management challenges.
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?
The outlook for the UK economy is negative and the recent recovery by the pound is unlikely to last.
The new US president’s aggressive rhetoric against America’s main trading rivals could cloud the fact that there is evidence to support his accusations.
Voters have rejected proposed changes that would have abolished special treatment for multinational corporations while maintaining Switzerland’s corporate tax at an internationally competitive level.
As president Trump gets a taste for bilateral trade with the UK, how can corporates gain from recent spikes in sterling against the dollar while minimising inevitable falls as Brexit negotiations bite?
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.