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Reporting for the sake of reporting does not create any added value to the organization. Have you ever questioned who is reading your daily, weekly and monthly reports and what they did with the information and data in the reports? Many treasury departments produce regular reports about the companies’ cash and liquidity position, cash forecast, foreign exchange and debt position. This article will provide you with some thoughts about how reporting can contribute to value creation by measuring and reporting the right indicators.
The start of a new year (not to mention a new decade) is a natural moment to reflect on the past and look forward to the year(s) ahead. How should you, as a treasurer, prepare for the uncertain future? What will be the main trends for the coming year? Most importantly, what can your company, and the treasury organization specifically, do to add value by recognizing the trends?
Thanks to exponential technological developments, the world is becoming increasingly connected and accessible, in the broadest sense of the word. This is why running nearly any type of business has become more complex and requires a deeper expertise than ever before. Irrespective of its core business, companies need more expertise in the areas of finance, legal, tax, marketing, IT, as well as treasury and risk. This is all the more reason for Zanders to continuously develop new innovative services and solutions with which we can lend companies a helping hand.
The importance of a structured and consistent approach towards setting interest rates for inter-company loans.
Multinational companies are increasingly faced with regulatory requirements from tax authorities worldwide regarding the pricing of inter-company loans. This article looks at the importance of a structured and consistent approach towards setting interest rates for inter-company loans – an area with which many companies struggle.