MODEC, the world’s largest independent operator of offshore floating production systems for the oil and gas industry, was managing its foreign exchange (FX) hedging process manually. In 2020, the company decided to automate this process, successfully reducing the time spent on it from three days to within one day.
We asked Achmea’s Marcel Pels how insurance companies are coping with today’s fast-moving developments in payment traffic. As Manager Back-office Treasury & Cash Management at Achmea, he deals with cash management at the Achmea organisation on a daily basis.
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.
Türk Telekom, with 175 years of history, is the first integrated telecommunications company in Turkey. Due to its long-term foreign currency funding structure, Türk Telekom has significant foreign exchange exposures.
When the multinational pharma company Sanofi set out to implement a global payment factory based on SAP, the sheer size and scope of the project made it seem a Herculean task. But with meticulous planning, the right expertise and skilled team-building, the treasury team achieved a very successful outcome.