Chinese Yuan

Reading the Treasury Tea Leaves: A Year of Change in China

Despite a pause in 2015, China will continue to be a major force in the global economy in 2016 and beyond.

Falling dollar

Cash Is No Longer King

In 2016, treasury managers will continue the journey of adjusting to the new paradigm.

Ennuit Coeptis 62

The Treasurer's Role in Shaping Better Balance Sheets

A big trend making treasury a “more strategic” function is its increasing role in capital structure.

Capital Markets

Capital Markets: The End is Nigh(bor)?

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August 07, 2012

Libor continues to take hits as regulators, others promote new benchmarks.

Ever since the eruption of the Libor scandal several weeks ago, there has been no shortage of talking heads and others discussing what should be used instead of the now-tainted index. But the regulator level of importance has bumped up a bit lately, indicating that the index is in for a fight to stay relevant.
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