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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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Corporate treasurers expect improved system functionality from new technology developments  

Results of a recent Zanders and FIS Treasury Technology survey. Based on the research, we conclude that corporate treasurers expect new technologies, such as artificial intelligence and APIs, to improve the level of support systems currently provide in areas such as cash flow forecasting and risk quantification. Additionally, cybersecurity is seen as an important driver to move away from on-premise installations of their systems.

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Preparing for 2019: six key questions for treasury professionals

With a new year approaching rapidly, we could of course look back and evaluate the past year. However, it is closer to the nature of a treasury professional to look ahead!

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The six treasury priorities for 2015

Based on our ongoing discussions with corporate clients

It is common practice for major banks, system vendors and consultants to start the new year with a communiqué describing the most recent trends and innovations in the treasury arena. Zanders observes that the treasurer's agenda for 2015 is determined by a mix of burning issues, continuing compliance matters as well as ongoing projects which can be considered part of longer-term trends. Each of these topics has their own level of priority, depending on the company-specific situation.

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