May 3rd 2022
As the Russia-Ukraine war exacerbates supply issues, corporates including 3M, GE, PepsiCo, Kraft Heinz struggle to reduce working capital and accelerate cash conversion
April 26th 2022
Corporate clients withdrew $70bn in deposits from JPMorgan, BofA, Wells Fargo and Citigroup amid Federal Reserve rate hikes and plans for quantitative tightening
How OpenText freed up $25 million of working capital
How treasuries are preparing for higher interest rates
Treasury digital transformation programme: 3 lessons learnt
April 19th 2022
Hedges amassed in 2021 provide a €3.8bn relief to European automobile and consumer goods multinationals but that protection will fade as hedges expire and costs of new ones catch up with today’s prices
April 12th 2022
Already burdened by debt expense, US travel & leisure companies are expected to pay an additional $785mn in interest expense in 2022 as rates rise.
EuroFinance International Treasury Management returns to Vienna featuring keynote speakers, Guy Verhofstadt and Göran CarstedApril 6th 2022 string(150) "Already burdened by debt expense, US travel & leisure companies are expected to pay an additional $785mn in interest expense in 2022 as rates rise. "
April 6th 2022
Top EuroStoxx 50 companies are using their cash holdings built during the pandemic to pay down debt, boost dividends and repurchase stock in 2022
SponsoredApril 4th 2022
Over the past two years, we have seen how Covid-19 has been a catalyst and accelerator of digital innovation. Treasurers have been at the forefront of this development.
March 29th 2022
VW, BMW, Mercedes and Stellantis added an additional €70bn in FX hedges in 2021 to protect growing export revenues, but geopolitical risk could threaten this strategy
SponsoredMarch 28th 2022
Globally, 62% of respondents in ICD’s 2022 Client Survey are currently involved in or planning a treasury transformation, up from 54% last year.