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Novantas Acquires Treasury Strategies

Exciting news! Today, Treasury Strategies is merging with Novantas, Inc. to create a 200-person consulting powerhouse to support senior executives in financial services and corporate financial management. Novantas is the leading bank analytics solutions and advisory company, serving 75% of the largest banks around the world. As we’ve said many times, CFOs need increasingly sophisticated… Read more »

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Transactis is Keeping Banks in the Center of Payments

 After years of watching non-bank vendors encroach upon the banking industry’s prized payments space, more top financial institutions have contracted with Transactis to provide them and their corporate clients with the industry’s leading electronic billing and payment solutions (EBPP). According to the U.S. Postal Service, only 24% of the 26 billion bills in America are… Read more »

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How Banks and Corporates Can Prevent Payments Fraud Together

Click here to download the presentation. Click here to access the recording. Please join Treasury Strategies, Bottomline Technologies and our expert panel to hear how our bank and corporate panelists are working together with solution providers to fight back and prevent payments fraud. We’ll specifically discuss: • Results from a recent Corporate survey on payment… Read more »

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State of Canadian Transaction Banking 2015

Click here to download the presentation. Click here to access the recording. Drawing upon our work with Canadian corporates and financial institutions, we assess the landscape and outline where we see the Treasury profession heading for the coming year. This informative webinar includes discussions on: • Basel III strategy implications • Global and regional bank forays into… Read more »

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The New Normal

With transaction banks in a state of global change, what is the impact for corporates? The transaction banking market is in an ongoing state of flux, as new entrants join the market, some traditional players depart and the biggest global transaction banks completely restructure their operations. Driven by global banking market change-from continuous growth and… Read more »

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Borderless Payments Seen as the Prize at EBAday 2013

A session entitled ‘Treasury payments – the journey towards centralisation’ saw Monie Lindsay, managing director of consultancy group Treasury Strategies Inc (TSI), suggest that from a corporate perspective treasury payments are steadily becoming blended with other payments. “Centralisation has being occurring for a while and both the 2008 financial crisis and SEPA have merely accelerated… Read more »

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Webinar on Healthcare Treasury: Strategies That Add to the Bottom Line

Through our work with leading healthcare systems, Treasury Strategies developed an effective plan to help treasury departments achieve significant savings by properly aligning processes, practices and technology to achieve peak performance. This webinar session establishes a framework through which hospital treasury systems can gain $1 million of savings on an annual basis. Mike Gallanis, Paul… Read more »

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What Happened To All That Corporate Cash?

What Happened To All That Corporate Cash?, z1, flow of funds, the Fed, federal reserve, SEC, Securities and Exchange commission, mmf, mmfs Treasury Strategies TSI_WhereIsAllThatCash_0.pdf

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Risk Management in the Next Generation Treasury

The treasury industry is changing. The scope and influence of a treasury organisation within the company are growing dramatically, and risk management is one of the primary areas of growth for treasury. As significant financial and economic risks emerge around the globe, these new risk management activities must be executed effectively. Treasury Strategies has found that the most effective… Read more »

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