“The role of the corporate treasurer has grown.  It is both strategic and operational and is increasingly playing a more central role in corporate decision-making. Senior management now have a very different attitude to the treasury.”

Shahrokh Moinian Global Head of Cash Management Corporates

Key Findings

  1. Finance executives are particularly worried about sluggish growth, currency risk, regulatory risk and counterparty risk.

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  2. Companies are hoarding cash as they wait for future investment opportunities.

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  3. Finance executives spend considerable time on keeping up with regulatory changes, with particular concerns raised about the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR), Dodd-Frank and Basel III.

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  4. The role of technology in corporate treasury departments is becoming increasingly important, including via cooperation with financial technology (fintech) companies.

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  5. Corporate treasury is seen as having an increasing importance in strategy and the wider business. However, our survey shows that many treasury departments do not have sufficient time and resources to devote to key performance indicators.

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