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Corporate treasury departments have a massive connectivity problem. They have to communicate and deal internally with almost every department and operating unit within the company or the group, and…

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Majority of companies unprepared for cyberattacks

The consequences of suffering a cyberattack are serious, from costly and reputation-damaging disruption to operations, to data breaches – so why are so few companies preparing properly?


SWIFT GPI surpasses 2 million payments a month

SWIFT's Global Payments Innovation initiative has “become the new standard in cross-border payments”, as it processed more than two million payments last month, SWIFT has claimed

Bank Relations & KYC

How big is the fintech challenge to incumbent banks?

What are the implications of fintech for the financial sector? This is the question being asked by Basel Committee on Banking Supervision in a consultative document released this week


Corporates write open letter backing SWIFT GPI

Six global corporates have written an open letter stating their support for SWIFT's global payments innovation (GPI) initiative and asking more banks to use GPI to improve cross-border payments


US payment systems adopt SWIFT GPI tracking

Two key US payment systems have introduced end-to-end payments tracking for their participants, using SWIFT's global payments innovation (GPI) service

Bank Relations & KYC

Should you think about adopting CAMT053?

Adoption of ISO 20022 payment standards should be ongoing, writes Amber Christian in Treasury & Risk. The CAMT053 standard can improve communication between corporates and their banks


2016 Review - May

Tailor made corporate treasury? PSD2 and interchange fee regulations; treasury urgently needs to invest in FX risk management capabilities; Banks losing FX market share to non-banks; Host-2-Host or SWIFT?


2016 Review - March

Shell’s lessons from centralisation journey; EPC on potential of blockchain; OpenLink bringing commodity & treasury ERM solutions together; Transaction banking feels the strain