Banks are often accused by corporates of approaching their relationship coverage with a big bang approach – yet all clients are unique and to that extent so too must the way banks interact with them be. https://www.treasury-management.com/article/1/250/2107/facilitating-global-success-with-the-right-relationship-approach.html
Kristin Forbes of MIT Sloan is concerned that the measures regulators took to bolster the global financial system after the meltdown a decade ago could actually create the next one. http://feeds.marketwatch.com/~r/marketwatch/financial/~3/zC4lO9-_WPQ/story.asp
Chuck Schumer and Bernie Sanders will introduce legislation to prohibit companies from stock buybacks unless workers’ pay and benefits also increase. https://feeds.feedblitz.com/~/595615576/0/treasuryandrisk~Senate-Democrats-Propose-Limits-to-Corporate-Buybacks/
A report by Greenwich Associates compares MiFID I and MiFID II data, and uses buy-side interviews in order to understand and forecast MiFID II trading trends. The trends in equities seen after MiFID I in 2007 point to an increase in electronic trading and some...
Innovation in treasury is as important today as it was fifteen or twenty years ago, and here the Editor discusses the new focus on usability, accessibility and operability, including the emergence of new adoption models and the development of cloud-based technology. https://www.treasury-management.com/article/1/250/2105/treasury-technology-theres-an-app-for-that.html