FMO - Dutch development bank
Dutch Development Bank FMO, which enjoys full central bank status, has invested in the private sector in developing countries and emerging markets for over 45 years.
Revitalizing European treasury at Estée Lauder
The Estée Lauder Companies (ELC) set out to change its European banking landscape and one of its first goals was to reduce its banking relationships in the EMEA region from 32 to two.
The new EU directive regulating alternative investment funds management (AIFMD) meant that asset manager ACTIAM had to make substantial changes to its risk management, a major operation that had to be carried out in a short period of time.
A best-practice implementation
In order to be able to integrate a number of activities and improve efficiency, the oil company Argos decided to implement a new treasury management system (TMS). They chose IT2 and were very satisfied with the result. This best-practice implementation provides an excellent example for other corporates, showing how such a project should be tackled.
Evi Van Lanschot is the young face of the oldest bank.
At more than 275 years old, Van Lanschot is the oldest independent private bank in the Netherlands. With an eye on the rapidly changing market, last year the bank decided to change its strategy. Evi Van Lanschot is now the young face of the oldest bank and is focusing on the wealthy client of the future.