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20 Treasury Actions for 2020!

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?

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Zanders Pre-Developed SAP Solutions

Since our company was founded 25 years ago, Zanders’ team has been involved in many SAP Treasury implementations. SAP Treasury was first developed in the early Nineties and has since been regularly updated and refined, to provide extensive functionality that supports the treasury and risk management processes at multinationals and financial institutions.

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FX exposure management – a new automated approach to solve an old problem

The importance of FX risk management has grown significantly in recent years on the back of market volatility, increased geopolitical risk, and also regulatory and accounting changes. International expansion associated with geopolitical risk increases cash flow at risk due to FX exposures. This has meant that corporate treasurers face greater pressure to capture all FX exposures in a timely and accurate manner to achieve the best hedging strategy and results, thereby adding value for the corporate and at the same time reducing P&L and balance sheet impacts.

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FX risk identification – Why does it matter? Why now?

Geopolitical instability has always had an impact on foreign exchange (FX) markets, increasing the volatility of FX rates. More recently, the rising tensions between the US and North Korea, as well as the uncertainty surrounding Brexit, have combined to create instability, making FX risk a top priority for financial professionals. Effective FX risk management strengthens corporates and makes them more versatile, so CFOs and treasurers have been looking for solutions to put in place sophisticated and accurate responses to currency pair movements.

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Cracking the treasury vault – what’s in store for 2018?

Over the last years the global economy has been in a ‘Goldilocks’ state, enjoying moderate economic growth combined with low inflation and low interest rates. These favourable market conditions are fuelling corporate and private equity M&A activity, which is generally keeping treasurers busy around the globe. And although the consensus is that the Goldilocks economy will continue in 2018, it will be the unexpected events (rather than expected) which will drive the financial markets. In this regard who better to deal with the unexpected than the treasurer?

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