by Elizabeth Jeffery | Feb 20, 2023 | Podcast
In this fourth and final episode in our series covering the 2022 Analyst Report, Craig Jeffery and Paul Galloway of Strategic Treasurer discuss key points and implications of the current treasury technology landscape. This week, we are focusing on enterprise liquidity management (ELM).
by Brian Weeks | Feb 16, 2023 | Replays, Webinars
Optimizing working capital, driving up efficiency in the cash conversion cycle (CCC), and supporting vital suppliers are all important to many companies today – but they are also all difficult. However, several types of technology solutions can help further these goals, notably supply chain finance (SCF) solutions and those addressing various portions of the CCC. This webinar will cover the pain points these solutions address, the various SCF models, the navigation of supplier participation issues, the problem of competing KPIs within the CCC, and the use of working capital councils to improve these areas.
by Elizabeth Jeffery | Feb 16, 2023 | Coffee Break Sessions, Podcast
What is the debt market? Coffee Break Session Host Jason Campbell catches up with Strategic Treasurer’s Senior Advisor Paul Galloway to chat about the debt market. They discuss who the players are, how issuers and investors monitor the debt markets, and the difference in perspectives. Listen in and learn a little bit about the debt market.
by Elizabeth Jeffery | Feb 13, 2023 | Podcast
How do treasurers best position themselves for the future as the Fed continues to raise interest rates? In this podcast, Jason Campbell of Strategic Treasurer discusses the current and future impacts of interest rates with Paul Galloway. Last week, the Fed gave us the first interest rate of 2023. Paul and Jason discuss questions such as, “How do interest rates change?” “Why do changes in interest rates matter?” and “What should treasurers be concerned about?”
by Elizabeth Jeffery | Feb 6, 2023 | Podcast
When it comes to treasury operations, cash is still king. Holistic cash visibility is a critical differentiator for companies. Digital transformation and open banking have presented many more opportunities for treasury and finance to quickly access the data they need for better cash management and forecasting while streamlining processes through automation. Yet even with the rise of APIs in finance, a significant proportion of companies are still manually pulling bank statements from a plethora of bank portals, and still processing payments manually as well. Learn how AES deployed multi-bank connectivity solutions to eliminate manual processes, improve internal governance and security, protect themselves from payments fraud, ensure regulatory compliance, and achieve real-time liquidity.