Welcome to TreasuryCast, the podcast series brought to you by Treasury Management International, a well-respected and independent voice in the treasury world. TreasuryCast showcases topical, pragmatic solutions and strategic insights providing valuable material for all practitioners, from experienced treasurers and CFOs to those new to the profession.
Treasury Innovators: Ones to Watch in 2024
James Leather (Corium) joins Eleanor Hill (TMI) to pinpoint how innovation is defining the future of corporate treasury, and explain why setting up an interim treasury and advisory firm was crucial from an innovation standpoint.
Learn about Treasury Delta's innovative contributions to the industry, how treasurers can benefit, and the efficiency gains possible. Uncover the unique aspects of TreasurySpring and why its credit ratings analysis goes beyond traditional labels, and hear words of advice around how you can make the most of innovative treasury offerings today.
Honing in on the Future of Payments
Eleanor Hill (TMI) is joined by David Cunningham and Naveed Anwar (Citi) to discuss current offering available to treasurers that will drive payments innovation.
In this candid discussion, our guests envision how tools such as APIs, paired with regulatory shifts, will facilitate a wave of benefits for treasury teams. Furthermore, in the context of digital currencies, David and Naveed consider how a Regulated Liability Network might be used to de-risk and accelerate commercial bank payments, and benefit end-users such as treasurers.
A Deep-Dive into Climate-related Ratings
TMI's Tom Alford invites Alex Griffiths (Fitch Ratings) to discuss climate-related ratings and analysis for investors.
Our guest explores the accuracy of current assessment models, the need for enhanced climate analysis, and the role of Fitch Climate Vulnerability Signals (Climate.VS) in helping investors and companies navigate climate impact. Griffiths emphasizes Climate.VS's focus on transition risks and offers insights on investor responses to climate transition uncertainties. Tune in for a crucial discussion on navigating climate risks in corporate ratings.
Central Banks Hold Rates as Financial Tightening Takes Grip
Welcome to the latest edition of Liquidity Link Live, your exclusive market analysis provided by Northern Trust Asset Management, one of the world’s largest cash managers. Tune in each month to discover the very latest insights on the UK, Eurozone and US markets. This edition was recorded on the 6th November 2023.
Building a Business Case for Real-time Payments in Treasury
Tom Alford (TMI) invites Nicolas Cailly (Societe Generale) to share his thoughts on the burgeoning role of real-time payments in treasury.
Real-time payment mechanisms growing at scale around the world, yet business use is relatively limited compared to consumers, how can this 'cause for pause' amongst treasurers be resolved? Our guest explores to what extent treasurers are both ready and willing to overcome adoption and technical issues to adopt secure real-time payments, and shares his key action points for treasurers to leverage them to their full potential.
AI: Reshaping the Role of the Treasurer
AI has truly captured the zeitgeist in 2023 and generated endless headlines worldwide. But what does AI and the advance of large language models such as ChatGPT mean for corporate treasurers?
Mario Del Natale (Johnson Controls), Jan-Willem Attevelt (Automation Boutique), and Bob Stark (Kyriba) explore how treasurers can approach this technology to best unlock the benefits it can offer today, what treasurers need to do to make the most of AI, and how it interacts with the existing treasury technology stack. Our guests also cover obstacles to using AI, as well as look ahead to the impact that AI might have on the profile of the treasury team of the future.
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