#58 – 2019 Global Payments Survey Key Findings

#58 – 2019 Global Payments Survey Key Findings

Companies are feeling the pressure to adapt to new payment requirements and achieve results. Host Craig Jeffery sits down with Bob Stark, VP of Strategy at Kyriba, to discuss key findings from their 2019 Global Payments Survey. This research provides a comprehensive view of the global payments environment—with a focus on the treasury function—and identifies the technologies and processes that are top-of-mind now and will continue to be important in the coming years. Listen in to find out more.

#57 – FAQs in Treasury: Round 3

#57 – FAQs in Treasury: Round 3

On this episode of The Treasury Update Podcast, Strategic Treasurer’s Managing Director, Craig Jeffery, shares valuable insights into the most frequently asked industry questions. Topics of discussion center around accounting, hedging, working capital and more. Join us for round 3 of this popular series!

• 01:20 – Does accounting matter in treasury? Where does it matter? Should treasury book accounting entries?
• 07:00 – Do you want your hedges to make money?
• 11:13 – Are there any differences between publicly held companies vs. private, specifically regarding hedging?
• 13:40 – Do you want more working capital or less?
• 17:08 – What are the different perspectives of finance?

#56 – Seismic Shifts in Higher Education and Healthcare Treasury

#56 – Seismic Shifts in Higher Education and Healthcare Treasury

On this episode of Strategic Treasurer’s Seismic Shifts in Corporate Treasury podcast series, Craig Jeffery talks to JP Morgan Chase Managing Director James Lock and Executive Director Simon Abtalion about major changes and disruptions impacting today’s treasury and finance spheres, with an emphasis placed on higher education and healthcare. Listen in as they discuss significant shifts happening across these industries and share how the changes are affecting other types of organizations, too.

#55 – Examining Data – Seismic Shifts in Corporate Treasury Series

#55 – Examining Data – Seismic Shifts in Corporate Treasury Series

This new episode of the Treasury Update Podcast is part of our exciting Seismic Shifts in Corporate Treasury series. From technology and payments innovations to compliance and operational shifts, major changes are occurring in today’s industry, with some already making formative impacts and others still in the “tremor” stage, signaling future hits. Listen in as Strategic Treasurer’s Managing Partner, Craig Jeffery, reveals insights into how regular data, tagged data and big data are major contributors to these seismic events creating tectonic transitions and deep-seated shock waves throughout the treasury industry.

#54 – FAQs in Treasury: Round 2

#54 – FAQs in Treasury: Round 2

On this episode of The Treasury Update podcast, Managing Director Craig Jeffery of Strategic Treasurer answers some of the most frequently asked questions in treasury and finance. Topics of discussion center around APIs, working capital, robotic process automation and more. Listen in to hear this insightful Round 2 continuation of our popular FAQs in Treasury session (episode #4).

• 01:27 – How is a TMS better than Excel for forecasting?
• 05:26 – What are APIs, and why should treasury care?
• 11:54 – What treasury events should I attend?
• 16:22 – RPA is robotic process automation; what do I need to know?

#53 – SWIFT gpi: Making Cross-Border Payments as Seamless as Domestic Ones

#53 – SWIFT gpi: Making Cross-Border Payments as Seamless as Domestic Ones

The field of cross-border payment services is not only growing rapidly, it has morphed significantly since initial conception. On this episode of The Treasury Update Podcast, Host Craig Jeffery talks to Daniel Lynch, SWIFT GPI Payments Innovation Manager, about the current status of international payments. Discussion topics include the uptake of gpi, new developments and plans for expanding the value of proposition. Listen in and learn how this changing landscape is important to corporate treasury groups and bankers.