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Deloitte Biennial Global Corporate Treasury Survey 2017

5 September 2017: Deloitte surveyed more than 200 global companies across all industries to determine the current challenges treasurers and their teams face, and consider the changes since the last global survey undertaken in 2015. Questions included how tax and banking regulations are impacting the Treasury teams, whether their function is evolving strategically and how it is organised to manage ongoing market volatility.

The Right Way to Approach Foreign Currency Net Investment Hedging…

Net investment hedging is an area that is often neglected and misunderstood. Yet ignoring the FX risk in your foreign operations can result in significant losses in shareholder value.

Any investment manager will tell you that when allocating investment capital to foreign assets, FX risk has to be managed just as importantly as any other risk.

So why is there so much variation in practice when it comes to corporations hedging the FX risk in their foreign interests? The following are some of the reasons why.

XVA - Issue Snapshot by Cale Bennett

What is XVA?
Why is XVA important for Treasurers?
Will this have a positive or negative impact?
How can the impact be reduced?
When did this become an issue?

Bitcoin, Blockchain & Distributed Ledgers: Caught Between Promise & Reality

Blockchain’s genesis in Bitcoin: in October 2008, Satoshi Nakamoto proposed a combined digital asset and peer- to-peer payments system in his paper, Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System. The first Bitcoin was minted on January 4th 2009, the first payment occurred on January 11th, and the software was released as open source on the 15th, enabling anyone with the required technical skills to get involved.

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