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Trends in Treasury Universe 2017

embracing the new normal

2016 was an eventful year for all corporate treasurers. Even though corporates were expecting a recovery from the crisis in previous years, new events came into the picture.

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The dewdrop known as IFRS 17

Seven students in Asia were taking their morning walk with their teacher. Dewdrops sparkled in the weak sunshine. The teacher stopped near a large water droplet. He asked his students to stand around it so the sun kept on shining on it and then he asked them what color the dewdrop was.

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Negative interest rates and embedded floors

In September 2016, we published the article ‘How Negative interest-rates will affect treasury’. We now delve into one of the problems mentioned concerning hedge effectiveness calculations.

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Zanders UK Treasury and Risk Seminar 2016

Achieving Treasury Maturity: an art or science?

On Thursday, November 17th, Zanders UK hosted its annual Treasury and Risk seminar at the National Gallery in London.

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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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