Our news content is based on the same principle behind our events – providing the global corporate treasury community with information and peer-to-peer knowledge sharing that helps them do their jobs better. We publish case studies, surveys and data analysis that take the corporate treasurer’s perspective as the starting point, organised around key topics.
- FX risk
- Banking relationships
- Risk management
- Regional perspectives
- Supply chain & trade finance
- Working capital and funding
- Cash & investment
- Operational risk & regulation
- Treasury management & strategy
EuroFinance welcomes article submissions from members of our corporate treasury community. We are looking for short, opinion-based articles of 600 words or less that provide thought-provoking views or insights, and longer technical articles of up to 3,000 words. Technical articles need to address one of the topics listed above, and should include quantitative arguments, data, charts and references. Articles of either type should be submitted for consideration in MS Word or Adobe PDF formats to firstname.lastname@example.org. The editor’s decision is final.
About the editor
Nick Dunbar is the editor of EuroFinance news and is an award-winning financial journalist, publisher and author.
Nick is founder and editor of Risky Finance, a risk data visualisation application for financial professionals. Prior to Risky Finance, Nick founded and managed a risk newsletter for Bloomberg LP, a data and editorial product read by over 13,000 terminal clients. Before Bloomberg, Nick was for many years technical editor of Risk magazine and a columnist for Reuters Breakingviews.
He is the author of the books ‘Inventing Money: the story of Long-Term Capital Management and the legends behind it’ and ‘The Devil’s Derivatives: The Untold Story of the Slick Traders and Hapless Regulators Who Almost Blew Up Wall Street’.