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Libor’s 2021 Demise Means More Work for Treasury

The fate of Libor, the rate that underpins $350 trillion worth of financial contracts, has been hanging in the wind for years. Now its future is clear: The U.K.’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) says Libor will cease to exist by the end of 2021. And that means a lot of work for corporate treasurers, who… Read more »

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Money Fund Rollback Gains Traction in Congress

Bipartisan support is growing for a bill that would roll back money-market fund reform. Eight representatives signed on as co-sponsors of the Consumer Financial Choice and Capital Markets Protection Act last week, according to the Library of Congress’ website, Congress.gov. Although similarly named, the bill is different from the Financial Choice Act, which aims to… Read more »

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2017 National Treasurers Conference

A New Starting Line For Corporate Treasury How a shifting global regulatory and economic framework will cause a reset for treasurers in 2017. Topics covered will include a discussion of the new geopolitical order considering: Bilateral vs. Multilateral Approaches The Shifting Regulatory Framework Implications for Corporate Treasury Cathy Gregg, Managing Director, and Tony Carfang, Managing… Read more »

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Treasury Strategies Testifies on “The Impact of Regulations on Short-Term Financing” to the U.S. Congress

Anthony Carfang, Managing Director of Treasury Strategies, a division of Novantas, Inc. testified today at the U.S. House of Representatives on “The Impact of Regulations on Short-Term Financing.” Treasury Strategies supports well-thought-out efforts to improve economic efficiency and to reduce the likelihood of another systemic failure. Citing experiences of Treasury Strategies’ corporate clients, Carfang raised… Read more »

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Treasury Makes Room for Pooling

The U.S. Treasury Department’s final version of rules aimed at curbing corporate inversions eliminates the threat to cash management tools used by corporate treasuries, such as cash pooling, that was posed by the former version of the rules. “In response to thoughtful feedback, Treasury is providing a broad exemption for cash pools and other loans… Read more »

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Multinationals Scramble To Contain Risks Linked to Brexit

Multinationals are moving to protect against foreign exchange risk and other repercussions of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, said Anthony Carfang, managing director of consulting firm Novantas Inc.’s Treasury Strategies Inc. division. Specifically, finance chiefs and treasurers are increasing their currency hedges, raising cash holdings and more closely scrutinizing the credit quality of… Read more »

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