Shortening the securities settlement cycle became a major aim in the financial market space after the financial crisis. Central Security Depository Regulation (CSDR) mandates European countries to operate on a trade date plus two days (T+2) settlement cycle before 2014 year-end. In the US, the Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation (DTCC) has already commenced research studies and initiatives to define a path for moving to T+2 from T+3.
As global trade with China keeps increasing, the internationalisation of the RMB continues apace. This is changing how corporate treasurers with exposure to China are operating.
At the seventh meeting of the London Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) Club on 2 October, 28 practitioners from a number of different industries gathered for a look at how data visualisation can make all of their jobs easier.
Following a few volatile years for the country's economy, is India's new government poised to create conditions that reduce the risks corporate treasurers have been managing?