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An understatement: Exponential technology will impact corporate treasury

Today’s technologies offer opportunities that we have never seen before. Moreover, these possibilities are becoming greater continuously; today’s technologies do not develop linearly, but exponentially. Exponential technology will change your treasury and finance departments too. The question is how will you manage the challenges and embrace the opportunities? Together with the American Association of Financial Professionals (AFP), we researched the impact of exponential technology on corporate treasury. This article offers a summary of our findings.

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Benefitting from a new regulation?

The revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2) is a new European regulation that aims to benefit all end users in the payments space, both consumers and businesses alike. How is it relevant for you?

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Cracking the treasury vault – what’s in store for 2018?

Over the last years the global economy has been in a ‘Goldilocks’ state, enjoying moderate economic growth combined with low inflation and low interest rates. These favourable market conditions are fuelling corporate and private equity M&A activity, which is generally keeping treasurers busy around the globe. And although the consensus is that the Goldilocks economy will continue in 2018, it will be the unexpected events (rather than expected) which will drive the financial markets. In this regard who better to deal with the unexpected than the treasurer?

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Treasury & Risk Seminar, Belgium

Expanding role of treasury

On the 20th of June 2017, the Zanders Belgium Annual Treasury and Risk Seminar was held in Antwerp where more than 40 invited experts gathered under a beautiful blue sky and an exotic temperature to discuss the latest developments and innovations in Corporate Treasury.

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The story of SWIFT’s growing global coverage

Bank connectivity can be problematic for organizations, particularly when they have to deal with complex, bank-specific solutions that are labor-intensive, prone to operational issues and don’t always meet control and audit requirements.

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