Dell’s chief financial officer Tom Sweet tells Raymond Snoddy how his role in the multinational computer company is evolving under private ownership
Corporate Treasury 2015
Liquidity fears, regulatory change and market volatility following the financial crisis have led organisations to expect more from their corporate treasury teams. With greater responsibility, visibility and influence, corporate treasurers must make the transition from a standalone function to strategic partner in the boardroom. This report examines the changing role of corporate treasurers at home and in new markets, the impact of the liquidity crisis, regulatory change and new technologies, the widening of the risk management net, and launch of the China International Payments System
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China’s response to the SWIFT international payments system should bring good news for corporate treasurers with lower costs and more efficient settlement of transactions in renminbi
With the economic recovery well underway in the UK, firms are looking abroad for opportunities to expand into previously untapped markets
Reform of the financial services sector was essential following the 2008 crisis, but how is new regulation affecting corporate treasurers?