Article

May 2022 9 Min Read

Be Prepared! 

MMF Reform Proposals Threaten LVNAV Viability for European Treasurers While treasurers might not feel the impact of MMF reforms in Europe for years, the proposed changes currently being debated at European Commission level endanger the utility of one of the most...

Blog

May 2022 3 Min Read

Rising Commodity Prices Damaging SME Credit Lines

The rising cost of commodities is having a significant impact on the availability of credit and will force corporate treasurers to work more collaboratively with their banks to secure financing, writes Christoph Gugelmann, Co-Founder and CEO, Tradeteq. The war in...

Article

April 2022 11 Min Read

An Inconvenient Truth: SEC MMF Proposals Disappoint as Treasurers Not Compensated for the Risks They Take

Peter Yi, NTAM, met with TMI for a wide-ranging Q&A, exploring the impacts new MMF regulatory proposals may have on both issuers and treasurers, what other options the SEC should consider, and where innovation in the cash investment space is heading.

Blog

April 2022 10 Min Read

Carbonomics 101: Why Carbon Markets Play a Crucial Role in Corporate Sustainability Strategies

Given the current focus on climate change it’s hard to believe that just three to four years ago there was still a large contingent that questioned global warming. Many cynics have pointed – and are still pointing – to the fact that our planet has experienced...

Article

April 2022 12 Min Read

How to Evaluate a TMS in 2022

Michael Kolman (ION Treasury) explains to TMI just how far the TMS has come since its arrival 40 years ago.

Article

March 2022 3 Min Read

All For One

Danone’s multi-phase technology-fuelled project tackling risk in Asia has created a more agile, resilient, and connected operation.

Article

March 2022 19 Min Read

Treasury First – 20 Years of the EACT

As the European Association of Corporate Treasurers (EACT) celebrates its 20th anniversary during 2022, it is an appropriate moment to reflect upon its journey from being a group of professionals largely concerned with their own national concerns, to the visionary,...

Article

March 2022 6 Min Read

Update on The Pain Points of the New Structured Address Block (Part 2)

Last April [1], Mark Sutton, Senior Manager, Corporate Treasury Advisor, Zanders, questioned the proposed industry logic that would require corporates globally to provide a full structured address as part of the adoption of the new XML Version 9 payments message. The...

Blog

March 2022 7 Min Read

ESG: Time to Decide

The pressure to comply with ESG initiatives is being felt by corporates like never before, with new research from Economist Impact suggesting that becoming ESG-compliant was the most common concern among treasury departments in Q4 2021. TMI talks to Lavinia Bauerochse,...

Blog

March 2022 3 Min Read

Why the World of Crypto Assets is Not a Good Place to Play Hide and Seek

Fraudsters, current and potential, planning to conceal their ill-gotten gains in the world of crypto assets are now having a rude awakening. Their actions will almost certainly leave a trail, and aspects of the transparent nature of the underlying blockchain technology...

Podcast

February 2022 24:00

Tax Spotlight: How the OECD’s Two-Pillar Solution Impacts Treasury

Aaron Lee and Joseph Lee (DBS Bank) join TMI’s Eleanor Hill to discuss how the OECD’s Two-Pillar Solution aims to address the tax challenges arising from the digitalisation of the economy. Ahead of the 2023 implementation date multinational corporates will have...

Article

February 2022 9 Min Read

Taxing Times Ahead: Analysing the OECD’s Two-Pillar Solution

A new Two-Pillar Solution from the OECD aims to address the tax challenges arising from the digitalisation of the economy. Aaron Lee and Joseph Lee from DBS Bank recently joined TMI’s Eleanor Hill in the TreasuryCast virtual studio to discuss these reforms and...