In a changing global floriculture market, Royal FloraHolland created a new digital platform where buyers and growers can connect internationally. As part of its strategy to offer better international payment solutions, the cooperative of flower growers decided to look for an international cash management bank.
Dutch company AkzoNobel is known worldwide for its coatings and specialty chemicals for both industry and consumers. As part of a new strategy to accelerate growth and value creation, the multinational decided to spin off its chemicals division. The challenge was to do this in just eight months. How did AkzoNobel’s treasury manage to split its activities into two?
With more than 235 million customers worldwide spread across a diverse group of countries, VEON’s business is complex in nature. As a consequence, the organization instigated a large-scale transformational program in 2016, in order to take its financial function to a higher level. This also meant a radical change process for treasury activities.
As a maritime multinational, Boskalis is involved in large scale projects all over the world. Due to the complexity of these projects, the Treasury department has a strategic role within the company and is a role model for other multinationals.
In 2014 the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) launched their Global Cash Management Project in order to improve cash management policies and processes throughout the organization. IUCN chose Zanders as their trusted advisor to support them on the journey.