The role of corporate treasury has evolved somewhat over the years, and not many truly understand what corporate treasurers do day to day. Learn what it takes to enter the corporate treasury industry, or some call it the ‘dark’ side.
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The Basics of Corporate Treasury. A short intro to a typical corporate treasury set-up. Suitable for those keen to embark on career in corporate treasury.
5 Common Responsibilities of Corporate Treasurers. Discover the top 5 responsibilities of corporate treasurers in any organization, based on results from different surveys.
[Featured Article] Role of Corporate Treasury – Then and Now. Treasury Today interviews corporate treasurers on challenges in the treasury industry today.
[Featured Article] Working in the Treasury Profession. A light-hearted post on what it means to cross over to corporate treasury, some call it the dark side.
Working Capital Management. Why is cash conversion cycle important to treasurers and how do treasurers optimize working capital, unlock trapped cash for the company?
Cash Management. Should a company adopt a cash centralization strategy? How should you decide between a notional and physical cash pool?
[Featured Article] Setting up cash pooling for your company. Are you thinking of creating a cash pooling structure for different entities? What are the considerations?
Sources of Finance. What options do you have if your company needs to raise funds? Is raising debt or equity better for your company? What is the best option?
Managing Banking Relationships in Treasury. Managing relationships with multiple banking partners can be tricky. What should treasurers take note of in managing banking relationships?
Treasury Risk Management. What are the key risks corporate treasurers should consider and how should the risks be controlled? Learn about the best practices here.
Treasury Management System (TMS). Most corporate treasuries employ systems to help in their work. What are the common systems and how can you implement one for your company?
Accounting for financial instruments IFRS 9 and IAS 39. IFRS 9 will replace IAS 39 effective from 2018. What are the main changes and how will it impact the accounting of financial instruments?
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