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  • Global Treasury January 28, 2015

    Wrangling Regional Treasury Centers

    Regional treasury centers are great but they still pose a challenge.

    The distance between profits and cash management is growing ever longer. That’s because companies are becoming more complex and global in their businesses, with foreign operations a more significant portion of the company’s profits. This has meant that the ability of... Read More

  • Capital Markets January 27, 2015

    Strong USD Leaves Many Techs Exposed

    Markit says a strong dollar makes tech companies attractive, but not in a good way.

    The dollar strikes back. While a strong dollar has helped many exporters and US travelers to Europe, tech companies and others with big profits overseas are feeling the strong dollar’s pinch. This earnings season already has revealed the latest victims... Read More

  • Banking Relations January 26, 2015

    What Are You Paying Banks?

    Companies are renewing efforts to streamline banks and bank accounts. 

    What are the inputs needed for a proper share-of-wallet calculation? At a recent meeting of The NeuGroup’s FX Managers’ Peer Group (FXMPG), one member, who is tasked with coming up with a model for estimating his company’s total treasury wallet and building a process... Read More

  • Regulatory Watch January 23, 2015

    CFTC Chair Seals E-trading Deals in Asia

    CFTC’s Massad updates swap reform progress on Asia tour.

    Capping off a tour of Asia, Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Chairman Timothy Massad announced three agreements formalizing US future market participants’ ability to trade electronically over three foreign exchanges. He also gave an update on global regulators’ progress... Read More

  • Regulatory Watch January 22, 2015

    New Help for Avoiding Trading with Enemies

    SWIFT expands sanctions screener services as new bans emerge.

    A recent round of US sanctions prohibit companies from doing business in Crimea, annexed by Russia last spring, and Europe just banned travel businesses from operating there. Meanwhile, the Republican-controlled Congress has vowed to impose additional sanctions on Iran, which... Read More

  • Risk Management January 21, 2015

    In LatAm, Go West

    LatAm payment default risk remains high, especially for Atlantic Coast countries.

    Companies seeking to lessen the risk of payment defaults among corporate customers and suppliers in Latin America are in general should focus on those in countries with Pacific coastlines, and in any case be especially wary of those engaged in the textile-clothing, metals, construction and chemicals sectors.

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  • Global Treasury January 16, 2015

    Treasurers Should Be Ready to Speak Swissy

    For treasurers, the SNB’s euro cap move may mean more calls from the C-Suite about impact on the company.

    The Swiss central bank’s decision to get rid of its cap on the exchange rate sent shockwaves through the markets, possibly sending several companies into insolvency. For corporates, it’s been more of an exercise in checking to make sure the risk program is shipshape and... Read More


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