News & Insights

I’m writing to update you on the FTA response to the growing COVID-19 threat.  Given the amount of information you are already receiving, I will keep this brief.
The Finance and Treasury Association had the pleasure to hosted a number of Melbourne’s Senior Treasurers last night, representing some of the countries largest corporates.
Recent rate cut leaves the Reserve Bank of Australia in uncharted territory and one step closer to unconventional monetary policy.
Anyone who’s been reading the financial press knows that LIBOR is on the nose. Billions of dollars in fines, sanctions, regulatory action and even jail time have ensured LIBOR has a limited life.
Defining which instruments are truly cash equivalents is one of the most difficult tasks for modern corporate treasurers.

Systems should empower people to effectively perform clearly defined processes, which means that time spent innovating and making valuable strategic decisions is maximised.


The HSBC Risk Management Survey findings highlight a number of themes that are likely to reshape and strengthen the relationship between the CFO and treasurer in the future.


Financial institutions are beginning to plan for the transition away from traditional IBORs, a change described as one of the biggest to ever occur to financial markets.