Over the past decade, Strategic Treasurer has worked diligently to develop an industry-wide treasury market research program, and today, nearly a dozen surveys are offered annually across topics including fraud, B2B payments, compliance, risk management, and technology. But what goes on behind the scenes? What is the ultimate goal of this research, and, most importantly – how is it being leveraged to drive greater understanding and awareness within the industry?
This podcast will discuss the modern-day advantages of supply chain finance, with a focus on the impact that such programs have on treasury.
How can a person successfully plan for the 2018 AFP Annual Conference in Chicago? Learn how to best manage multiple events, networking opportunities, and business connections that will produce positive results.
Treasury technology continues to rapidly develop while companies spend heavily in the area. Many firms find that their technology is not aligned with their needs. New developments and complexity require assessment of current and future requirements across the full technology stack.
Non-Governmental Organizations, commonly referred to as NGOs, often operate globally, which involves a significant level of complexity. This complexity carries into treasury and dealing with remote banks, unique KYC requirements, and a wide-range of financial requirements. Strategic Treasurer’s Craig Jeffery interviews Stephen Zaubi of CARE International. Together they explore several challenges that NGO treasury groups address.
Cybercrime and security today often emphasizes the IT components. The human side is rarely considered as deeply or carefully. This is leaving organizations more vulnerable. If the systems are systematically updated, the humans should be as well. Preventing fraud and understanding how to respond to cybercrimes can stop a loss or provide the best opportunity for recovery.