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Lease Accounting for Treasurers: 5 Lessons Learned

Challenges due to new lease accounting standard

On Wednesday 20 May, Zanders and the Association for Finance Professionals (AFP) held a webinar titled ‘Don’t get left behind: understand the incremental borrowing rate (IBR)’. The audience was updated on implementation and operational challenges that treasurers face due to the new lease accounting standard. We summarize the five lessons learned from the webinar.

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RPA: Robotic Process Automation – do’s & don’ts

In the beginning of March, Zanders organized a “jargon-free” Breakfast Session to explore what robotic process automation (RPA) is all about. We had a look under the hood of a complex, hard-working robot and shared experiences on how to make the journey of deploying a digital workforce as smooth as possible.

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Reporting essential for driving the Treasury

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.

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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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IBOR reform in the euro area – progress in an ocean of uncertainty

To respond to the concerns about the reliability and robustness of the IBOR benchmarks, the Financial Stability Board (FSB) recommended the development of an alternative (nearly) risk-free reference rate (RFR) in its report in July 2014.

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