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Technology Briefing

Treasury Technology Briefing – Keeping Current

Treasury technology is key to driving results and transforming data into business intelligence, enabling treasury to be the company’s financial nerve center. The Treasury Strategies’ Treasury Technology Briefing will help you keep current. We’ll examine the technology implications of themes raised in our State of the Profession presentation from this week. In particular: • How

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Regulatory Insights

An Open Letter to Members of the European Parliament – Regulation of European Domiciled Money Market Mutual Funds

An Open Letter to Members of the European Parliament Re:  Regulation of European Domiciled Money Market Mutual Funds Money Market Funds are important tools for corporations and institutions to effectively manage their daily cash flows; they also provide critical short-term credit to borrowers in the financial markets. To learn more about the current debate in

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State of the Treasury

2014 State of the Treasury Profession: Chart Your Destiny

Each year, we draw on our deep experience with corporates and financial institutions to assess where Treasury may be headed. This year, the discussion focused on: Maintaining relevance Regulatory impact hitting home  When Quantitative Easing ends… Click here to download the presentation. Click here to access the event recording.

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Corporate Cash Briefing

Treasury Strategies’ Quarterly Corporate Cash Briefing™ – January 2014

The Federal Reserve Bank of the US just announced the largest increase in corporate cash flows quarter over quarter since 2009. Tune in for Treasury Strategies’ Quarterly Corporate Cash Briefing on Thursday, January 9 to hear more about how corporate cash levels are fluctuating again, and what that means for you. You’ll also hear insights

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Technology Briefing

Treasury Technology Briefing – Transforming Data into Business Intelligence

Treasury technology is key to driving results and transforming data into business intelligence, enabling treasury to be the company’s financial nerve center. Treasury Strategies’ Technology Briefing will help keep you current and up-to-date. Click here to download the presentation deck. Click here to access the event recording.

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Corporate Cash Briefing

Treasury Strategies’ Quarterly Corporate Cash Briefing™ – October 2013

Billions in corporate bonds come due next year in Europe and elsewhere. Will companies use their historic level of cash to pay them off or will they roll it over? In the US, the Fed has backed away from “tapering” and continues to depress rates across the spectrum. What do these developments and other factors

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White Paper

Treasury System Implementation: When Success is Your Only Option

Your treasury group is about to take on something big: a new, comprehensive technology platform. Your team has done a good job of selection, and they’re excited to get it going. It’s time to implement! We know only one or two stories of utterly failed implementations – but many about significant delays, budget overruns, and staffing challenges. And lots of companies will tell

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White Paper

Selecting and Implementing Treasury Technology from the Corporate Perspective

The case for treasury technology has never been stronger. As a result of the financial crisis and recession, it is now even more imperative that treasury respond quickly and strategically to both internal and external stakeholders. However, successfully selecting and implementing a treasury technology system is a challenge for many corporates. Treasury Strategies set out

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European Money Market Mutual Fund Survey on Regulation: Summary Results & Analysis

Our survey results indicate that any attempt to eliminate the constant net asset value (CNAV) methodology for pricing MMFs in Europe would generate a negative reaction among investors.  A large segment of respondents surveyed indicated that if enacted, they would either decrease or discontinue their use of money market funds.  Analyses by industry and by

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