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Corporates and their treasurers are faced with the constant challenge of finding new ways to generate higher returns and efficiently manage capital. While emerging markets (EMs) have presented a wealth of growth opportunities for diversifying revenue streams to capture higher returns, this has not been without some inherent challenges.
Most large companies now agree that pursuing a sustainable business approach is an important part of their long-term strategy. However, for smaller companies without the same resources, prioritising sustainability over short-term survival can be difficult.
In this interview with gtnews, Suzanne Janse van Rensburg of Bank of America Merrill Lynch describes how European corporates and their treasury departments are responding to the low-interest rate environment and also offers some thoughts on supply chain finance and secondary trade.
As trade moves into the digital era, treasurers increasingly demand contemporary solutions from their banks to save time and money. The Bank Payment Obligation (BPO) has real potential to bring trade finance into the electronic age.