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CTMfile Update 20th Jul 2019

For corporate treasury departments world-wide

Dear [fullname,fallback=],

Last week the theme was the purpose of corporate treasury and the treasury workforce of the future plus how to measure treasury success. We also reported on Swift gpi going live and its links to local payment systems. Other stories included the impact of trade wars; PSD2; how the financial regulators have started to tell banks to improve their capital structures to avoid another financial crisis; how climate change legislation is a growing threat to profitability; and much, much more.

Also, don't miss:
- our TREASURYcast with Jack and Graham and Geri Westphal and Paul Stheeman on last week's key stories.

Plus the best News from the Web this week; and much, much more.

Enjoy.

Regards, Jack Large
Editor, CTMfile
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Latest developments

TREASURYcast - 19 July 2019

19th Jul 2019
What is purpose of corporate treasury; work force of future; measuring corporate treasury success; trade wars; possible banking crash

Corporates respond to prospect of lengthy trade war

19th Jul 2019
With a prolonged, even deepening US-China trade dispute likely, companies are looking to banks for trade and financing solutions

UK uptake of open banking ‘hampered by PSD2’

17th Jul 2019
A report by advisory firm Fingleton Associates finds that progress has been made, but more is needed for open banking to gain traction

SWIFT gpi service for corporates goes LIVE - now need to scale up

17th Jul 2019
New service enables multi-banked corporates to initiate and track payments across all their banking partners, but much more to do

Australian banks told to beef up capital buffers

16th Jul 2019
Three of the country’s Big Four are each requested to set aside an additional A$500m by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority

Corporate treasury is a partnership between man and machine

15th Jul 2019
PwC 2019 Global Treasury Benchmarking Survey reveals treasurer’s agenda and the unchanged fundamental question

Climate change litigation ‘a growing threat to profitability’

15th Jul 2019
New regulation, strategic litigation and emerging duties of care impact on corporate assets, investment and supply chains a study finds

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News from the Web

Equipment Leasing: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

19th Jul 2019 from Treasury & Risk

The future of B2B payments in Europe - key drivers of change and trends

18th Jul 2019 from The Paypers

Where are the next stars of supply chain finance?

19th Jul 2019 from

Evolving role of the CFO

18th Jul 2019 from

ANZ says Facebook’s Libra is no bank-buster

16th Jul 2019 from

Other developments

More UK companies named and shamed as late payers

19th Jul 2019
BAE Systems, Centrica and Prudential are among 18 businesses deemed as unethical for late payments to suppliers

Geopolitical tensions increase Singapore’s treasury appeal

19th Jul 2019
The city state’s political stability, plus transparent legal and regulatory systems, make it an attractive corporate treasury location

Corporates respond to prospect of lengthy trade war

19th Jul 2019
With a prolonged, even deepening US-China trade dispute likely, companies are looking to banks for trade and financing solutions

Blockchain loses its allure for investors

18th Jul 2019
With bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies restored to favour, blockchain investment this year could be 60% down on 2018, data suggests

Swift hails successful cross-border payments integration with FAST

18th Jul 2019
The integration of Swift gpi Instant with Singapore’s domestic instant payment service has accelerated payment times

Market volatility widens FX losses for North American companies

17th Jul 2019
Four consecutive quarters of increasing losses saw the figure climb to US$23.4bn in the first three months of 2019, reports Kyriba

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