That Ol’ Share-of-Wallet Issue

NeuGroup’s Assistant Treasurers’ Leadership Group tackles managing banks and the corporate wallet.

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Libor to SOFR Switch Will Be Challenging

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  • Software & Systems June 5, 2019

    Money Gravitates to the Robots

    Protiviti: Surging RPA investment will drive uptake of new tech; companies that ignore it may be left behind. 

    Robotic process automation (RPA) is a major issue for companies globally, and while discussion about it at NeuGroup meetings suggests the technology is just starting to enter the treasury realm, its arrival is inevitable

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  • Capital Markets June 5, 2019

    Corporate Borrowers Must Engage More in Phase-In of SOFR

    Clock is ticking as key components take shape without corporate input. 

    The derivative and cash markets in the US are heading toward the adoption of very different approaches to calculating the new rate to replace London Interbank Offering Rate (Libor), an outcome that could present borrowers with significant hedging and operational challenges.

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  • Risk Management June 5, 2019

    Boosting Treasury’s Role in Cyberrisk Reduction

    Steps to keep finance focused and compliant in the battle against cyberfraud. 

    The explosion of cybercrime in the digital era has forced finance departments at corporates to up their game in the unending effort to protect the data and financial assets of the company and its customers Read More

  • In This Issue June 5, 2019

    Structures for China (Trapped) Cash and Treasurers vs. a Code

  • Global Treasury June 5, 2019

    Asia Treasury Peer Group Meetings Focus on the Mechanical and the Existential

    How can treasurers ease fund flows out of China? And will treasury be replaced by an algorithm? 

    Where exactly US-China relations are headed is impossible to say—one big reason many investors are very uneasy. But for multinationals, it’s safe to say that the best way to get money out of China is to diversify your fund-flow channels.

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  • Capital Markets May 2, 2019

    A New ’Bor on the Block

    Emerging exchange generates alternative Libor replacement that’s complementary to SOFR.

    While regulators and big banks are pushing the development of the Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR) to replace Libor, another alternative, Ameribor, is quickly gaining ground. Read More

  • From the Founder May 2, 2019

    New Credit Ratings to Manage

    From China’s social credit system to ESG scores, corporates have new ratings to manage. Who will manage them and how?

    The time to learn is now. The China-based CFO of a multinational corporation told members of the AsiaCFOs’ Peer Group that he’s working on a project to explore the implications of China’s so-called social credit system for his company. The full system is due to come together in 2020,... Read More

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