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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 ever-changing TMS landscape

The treasury management system (TMS) market is in flux once again, with mergers, acquisitions and private equity investments reaching fever pitch recently. This article outlines the developments in the TMS market in the last few years and provides some perspective on all these changes.

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Zanders Annual Treasury & Risk Seminar, Zürich

Zanders recently hosted a half-day event, the annual Treasury and Risk Seminar in Zürich, tailored to corporate treasury professionals in the Swiss treasury community. More than 45 participants from multinationals enjoyed insightful presentations, engaged in lively discussions and contributed to a successful seminar.

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RPA, cutting through the noise

How to successfully use robotic capabilities for financial process automation

Are you thinking about replacing part of your workforce by automated robots? Think again, because Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is not about getting rid of what may be your company’s most valuable asset. The full potential of this innovative technology will only be captured by enabling your employees to work in harmony with automated technology.

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3 is the magic number

Eric Matheny (AGCS) on the Treasury Triangle Concept

This autumn, Eric Matheny, responsible for AGCS’s global treasury, will give a Ted Talk at the AFP Conference in San Diego. The reason for this presentation is a concept he described for his company concerning a framework that optimizes the organization’s cash management and can be used globally, in any language, any culture and any business. Laurens Tijdhof, partner at Zanders, spoke with Matheny and asked him about the opportunities of the Treasury Triangle Concept.

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