With multinationals (MNCs) facing an ever-more complex regulatory compliance challenge, the ability to automate reporting and stay current with local legislation changes is vital.
A survey reveals widespread confidence that the technology will be mainstream in the financial post-trade market within three to five years.
Alongside the steady growth in corporate treasury’s remit over the past decade, so the focus of green treasury has expanded from the original preoccupation of moving from paper-based to digital transactions.
Going green by saving paper is no longer enough - today’s organisations must demonstrate sustainable incentives and initiatives and treasury has a key role in their development.
A global study by American Express of more than 3,000 business leaders in small to medium enterprises finds them in confident mood.
The financial services sectors of Asia and Latin America are likely to see the best base pay increases this year, predicts Mercer.
Progress on gender diversity is steady, but slow according to the latest Global Board Diversity Analysis by leadership advisory group Egon Zehnder.
An Ipsos Mori poll of the UK’s largest 500 companies finds that more than half report that last June’s referendum result is already negatively impacting on their operations.
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 shift away from extreme left-wing regimes in a number of key Latin American economies has made the region more attractive to foreign businesses and investors. However a belligerent Trump administration in the US could easily undo the progress made.