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White paper the Future of Corporate Treasury

Corporate treasury is skilled at dealing with change. A large part of its job is managing the risk associated with cyclical trends, global regulatory initiatives, and geopolitical and macroeconomic events.

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Meet Zanders at the EuroFinance Conference 2019

This year, the three-day EuroFinance International Treasury Management Conference starts on 16 October in Copenhagen, the Danish capital. It is the world’s leading international treasury event, with a sophistication, level of expertise and networking opportunities that are unrivalled by any other event of its kind. Like its slogan says, it ‘brings together the brightest minds in treasury’. We are therefore delighted to be sponsoring this conference.

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TMS providers need to change gear to prepare for IBOR Reform

The discontinuation of the IBOR rates promises to be one of the most significant changes to the financial markets in decades. Some people argue that it will impact the financial industry even more than Brexit does.

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Preparing Your Treasury Management System for the IBOR Replacement

Instruments including bonds, loans, derivatives, leases, and the construction of discount curves, could all be affected by the new reference rates. The required repapering and repricing of affected financial instruments will challenge Treasury Management Systems (TMS) providers in how they will support treasurers with the IBOR transition.

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The Impact of Carve Outs and Spin Offs on Corporate Treasury

Increase in corporate carve outs and spin offs. From a treasury perspective, the essence of a carve-out project is that the business that is being carved out needs a fully functional and standalone treasury operation upon ‘go-live’. This typically means setting up a dedicated team, processes, systems, cash and liquidity (banking) structure and standalone financing arrangements. But how do you implement a completely new treasury operation under tight timelines that sometimes can be less than 12 months?

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