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Treasurers: are we rational decision-makers?

Behavioral finance was first taught in universities at the beginning of the new millennium. Before that, traditional economists based their theories on the assumption that efficient markets are driven by the rational behavior of market participants. The study of behavioral finance suggests that this is not always so.

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Liberalization of the renminbi

how do corporates benefit?

The regulatory liberalization and ongoing developments in the Chinese market come with many opportunities for corporates with business in China. With all new possibilities, treasurers should evaluate how to use the renminbi (RMB) to benefit their organizations. In the first part of this article we give an overview of the key developments of the RMB up to 2014. This is followed by an examination of more recent regulatory changes and key opportunity areas corporate treasurers should consider.

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Türk Telekom Highly Commended Winner in the Treasury Today Adam Smith Awards 2016!

We are delighted to announce that our client Türk Telekom is the highly commended winner for the Treasury Today Adam Smith Awards for “Best Foreign Exchange Solution 2016”.

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A Structured Approach towards a Best in Class Financial Risk Management Framework

The increased volatility in the commodity and foreign exchange markets, augmented counterparty risk and the low interest rate environment have led to an increased focus on financial risk management (FRM) for multinational corporations (MNCs).

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Bracing for Brexit

At the end of February 2016, Prime Minister David Cameron announced that Britain would have a referendum on 23rd June 2016 to vote on whether it will remain in the European Union (EU). The referendum will be a simple “Leave” or “Remain” vote and the announcement came after the finalization of negotiations on Britain’s relationship with EU, in which Cameron secured a number of key concessions considered a pre-requisite for the government to support a “Remain” campaign.

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