Cash Management Commentaries

30 Apr 2019
BY Marc Leong
We are living in Industrial Revolution 4.0 where data have emerged as the new ‘growth fuel’, powering everything from productivity and profits to politics and dominance.
1 Sep 2014
BY Tony Singleton
As a consequence of the financial turmoil in 2008, Basel III adds new requirements for the composition and quality of capital to financial institutions.
28 Jun 2013
BY Martin Smith
Transaction Banking in Asia is dominated by the ‘Big Three’ of Standard Chartered, HSBC and Citigroup - however the emergence of ambitious competition from abroad poses distinct challenges to both large and small banks.
18 Mar 2013
BY Tony Singleton
New bank services and advanced technology enables treasurers to implement multi-currency, multi-country and multi-bank cash pooling in Asia.
20 Feb 2013
BY Udayan Goyal
Dispersing cash in a country as large as India has traditionally been hugely problematic due to the way the financial services infrastructure has developed in the country.
29 Jan 2013
BY G.Bin Zhao
The macroeconomic downturn in 2012 has gradually shifted its influence from the real economy to the financial sector.
12 Dec 2012
BY Blaik Wilson and Günther Peer
A recent study reveals that corporate treasurers are most concerned about liquidity and funding.
9 Nov 2012
BY Aditya Gadge
Indian Wealth Management sector is growing at a phenomenal pace.
5 Jun 2012
BY Peter Metcalfe
Whether you’re a local plumber or multi-national conglomerate, cash flow is the heart of any businesss.
1 Jun 2012
BY Mykolas Rambus
The explosive growth of wealth populations in emerging markets presents both eye-watering opportunities and challenges for wealth management professionals.
7 May 2012
BY Stuart Harman
For many Asian companies the creation of the annual plan or budget is a major event that consumes significant time and resource across the organisation, particularly in finance.
2 Mar 2012
BY Steve Hensley
Every time a new way of paying for something has arrived – credit and debit cards, internet payments, contactless cards, mobile phone payments – the imminent death of cash has been announced.
9 Nov 2011
BY Duncan Edwards
The FATCA (Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act) legislation was enacted into US law on 18 March 2010 as part of the HIRE Act (Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment).
9 Nov 2011
BY Andrew Hanson
As the banking industry moves through bonus season, more and more professionals are expected to test their worth on the job market and seek their next career opportunity.
3 Nov 2011
BY Mike Lee
Whenever I read about the apparently imminent arrival of the cashless society, I smile quietly to myself, knowing that the global facts tell a completely different story, one which should see cash surviving beyond the 21st century.