Treasury Management Systems Insights


From dull numbers to smart data: A new era of cash visibility is dawning

5th March 2018

Building on information that is now more readily available than ever before, advances in technology help create new insights for corporate treasurers. For the last decade or so, many treasury departments have focused on getting their hands on the data required for establishing daily, or at least weekly, visibility of group-wide cash. Countless... read more

The re-shaping of correspondent banking: Impacts on banking treasury

5th March 2018

Company: TAS Group
Correspondent banking is gathering a lot of attention these days. It is surprising to see so many changes going on considering that until a few years ago it was lying quietly within the bank’s back-office department without receiving pressures from the external world. Many saw this coming, as the current banking market is driven by innovation... read more

Gazing into the TMS crystal ball: What treasurers need to prepare for

27th February 2018

Predicting the future of any endeavour is difficult. Many areas of research and development are being carried out  by different players. Such is the disruption caused, that this is already impacting on how many businesses operate - or even survive. Treasury is no different. It too is having its future shaped by advances in other areas. On a... read more

Why challenger banks are third in line to benefit from PSD2

26th February 2018

Company: bobsguide
bobsguide spoke to Genpact, who lead digital enterprise transformation for a number of Tier One banks in the UK and globally. We spoke to Alex Bray who is asst. vice president of consumer banking at Genpact and is heavily involved in Genpact’s digital transformation services for consumer banking. How are banks reacting to Open Banking? ... read more

What financial services can learn from the Uber breach when preparing for GDPR

13th February 2018

Company: bobsguide
Dov Goldman of Opus, outlined exactly how the concealed Uber breach came about, what GDPR would have thought and how big businesses can prevent data breaches in the future. Tell us about yourself. My title is VP of Innovation but practically that makes me an entrepreneur in residence. I’m responsible for meeting the market and hunting... read more

SWIFT gpi vs. Ripple? | Editor's picks

9th February 2018

Company: bobsguide
Everything you need to know about SWIFT gpi With SWIFT announcing its new SWIFT gpi network, extensively covered at Sibos 2017, we’ve pulled together an overview and the best SWIFT gpi articles on bobsguide. Sibos 2017: The emergence of SWIFT gpi and the future of correspondent banking In one of the livelier panel discussions on Day... read more

Why bank fee monitoring is more than just “penny pinching”

5th February 2018

The electronic analysis of bank fees not only cuts costs but also helps to sustainably improve the quality of treasury processes. Monitoring bank fees is not a task which is particularly popular in treasury departments. The idea of working through stacks of paper in the hope of understanding confusing bank fee nomenclature doesn’t... read more

Fraud, ‘Bots and Bitcoin: Bold treasury predictions for 2018

30th January 2018

Company: Kyriba
2018 is underway, and that means we are obligated to make deep, insightful predictions for the next 12 months. While there is much to draw from, our predictions focus on the following: a) Payments fraud b) Faster payments c) Hedging d) Lease accounting e) CISO and treasury f) Robotics g) Tax reform Payments fraud There... read more

Protecting from Ponzi: Tips for detecting shady schemes

23rd January 2018

Company: CaseWare
Since money has existed, there have been people devising ways to defraud others. A Ponzi scheme is one of the oldest forms of fraud, and continues to be rampantly active today. Built on a simple concept, Ponzi schemes are financial crimes that involve an unscrupulous person exploiting individuals by promising them a high return on their... read more

The Digital Fortress: Fortifying Your Treasury

19th January 2018

Company: BELLIN
We have been witness to a series of significant security events recently around payment execution, from Leoni in Germany through to ABB in South Korea and SWIFT in Bangladesh to name a few of the major headlines. There have been countless unreported, lower profile fraud cases in other organisations, both successful and attempted. These events are... read more