Launch of Zanders Innovation Lab: Treasury outside-in(novation)
  • Wednesday, 11 November 2020

Launch of Zanders Innovation Lab: Treasury outside-in(novation)

The development of a new idea or solution is like growing flowers. Often it starts at the roots, within an organization. But it needs nutrition from the outside (water and sun) to grow. So, innovation starts inside but can never reach full growth without the interaction with the outside world of peers and “external insiders”. […]

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Webinar Cash Flow Forecasting 4.0, the new revolution?
  • Wednesday, 11 November 2020

Webinar Cash Flow Forecasting 4.0, the new revolution?

On 3 November, Zanders organized a webinar about cash flow forecasting, together with Frank van Meijel, Global Treasury Finance Manager at Mars. Cash flow forecasting is an age-old topic that all treasurers are very familiar with. Due to an ensuing COVID-19 crisis, cash flow forecasting has never received as much attention as it does now. […]

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Banking News Update – October
  • Tuesday, 20 October 2020

Banking News Update – October

Market developments amid the Covid-19 pandemic The European Central Bank (ECB) provided relief worth EUR 73 billion from a key capital requirement in order to help them keep credit flowing amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Banks that are supervised by the ECB will be allowed to exclude claims to central banks, including deposits, from the calculation […]

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Banking News Update – September
  • Thursday, 17 September 2020

Banking News Update – September

Has the ECB found a way around the lower bound on interest rates? Interest rate cuts are aimed at encouraging firms and households to spend by making borrowing more attractive, and saving less so. But when rates are negative, their transmission to the real economy breaks down, as depositors can always choose to hold their […]

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Insurance & Asset Management – Update August
  • Wednesday, 26 August 2020

Insurance & Asset Management – Update August

Insurance DNB on Consolidation of Financial Conglomerates under Solvency II The Dutch Central Bank (DNB) revised the treatment of intra-group relationships for own funds reporting under Solvency II. The elimination of certain transactions between an insurance company and entities from ‘other financial sectors’, such as banks, within the same group require special attention. Since the […]

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