A home-styled ”payment factory” became the answer as Sweden’s steel giant was becoming ever-more global. Kati Vellinki, group cash manager of Swedish steel maker SSAB presented her account of the change process at Treasury 360 Stockholm.
Very good people can be very good targets for fraud – just because they are good, and want to help others. On stage in Stockholm, IBM security consultant Anne Leslie framed cybersecurity as an issue of culture and learning.
A rapidly ongoing shift to real-time financial services is making it necessary for treasuries to change its ways. This was the central background element as moderator Per Westin, co-founder of fintech firm Open Payments Europe, kicked off Treasury 360 Stockholm Wednesday morning.
A 2.7 percent increase in Western European insolvency cases this year – this is one of the indications that we could be up for chillier times. A look at recent articles around the world’s treasury press also provides plenty insight into the rapidly technology impact...
Finland’s treasury Software-as-a-Service veteran Analyste continues its journey by taking on international expansion – backed by investment firm Verdane who stepped in as owner last year. A recent contract with Sweden’s Kommuninvest was one important step.