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Wrestling with the future

11 February 2020
Scepticism around new providers and technologies persists among treasurers, who are wary of hype and demand practical use cases. While some corporates are discovering advantages by being early adopters, the skills profile of the treasury function must adapt to take full advantage.

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Treasury digital transformation programme: 3 lessons learnt

No time like the present

20 January 2020
The rise of real-time payments, and the arrival of new solutions enabled by PSD2 and Open Banking, are set to transform the payments landscape. But are treasurers embracing the opportunities?

Making debt pay

6 January 2020
Record low yields have prompted treasurers to find new ways of driving down the cost of debt, but methods differ based on a company's credit rating.

Fluor’s Yoder on FX risk for multi-national corporates

12 December 2019
Foreign currency (“FX”) continues to be a hot topic in the media and one of the core treasury functions regularly discussed by CFOs on earnings calls. So how should treasurers be thinking about FX, and what are some best practices for managing FX risks and opportunities? EuroFinance spoke to Todd Yoder, Global Director of Treasury at Fluor Corporation.

Bringing it all back home

3 December 2019
Corporate cash piles have become a byword in recent years. But prompted by tax reform, fear of trapped cash and a need to level the playing field against bank partners, companies are repatriating and centralising as much as they can.