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Sanctions are increasingly used as a foreign policy tool aimed at bringing recalcitrant nations to heel or to instigate regime change. As companies move into emerging markets, sanctions and embargoes are becoming a vital issue for treasury.
Trade finance remains a prudent way for companies to do business internationally, although in today’s environment being prudent involves managing compliance with a growing body of regulations.
As nominated loss adjusters on construction projects around the world, Cunningham Lindsey knows that water poses a key risk. The bigger question is: what can be done about it?
In this article, the European Payment Council’s (EPC) chair emphasises that the single euro payments Area (SEPA) remains a work in progress: European Union (EU) law defines the next SEPA deadlines as applicable in 2016. Corporates are encouraged to not stop at SEPA compliance, but to focus on generating the efficiencies. Last but not least, EU regulatory action intended to bring about ‘SEPA 2.0’ is now in the pipeline.