Posts Tagged ‘Brexit’

IFRS 9, Cyber Security and Section 385 Lead Treasury News for November 2016

EU Endorses IFRS 9 Finally, the EU ratified IFRS 9 late November. All corporations reporting under IFRS should kick off their IFRS 9 implementation projects now, as the European Commission endorsed International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) 9, Financial Instruments. The reporting standardbecomes mandatory for years beginning on or after January 1, 2018. The replacement of…

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Reval Recommends: Top 10 Treasury Articles in October 2016

Cyber security continues to be the hottest topic in the treasury industry. With the number of cyberattacks increasing constantly, leading consultants, banks and treasury system providers are teaming up to help finance organizations counter this growing risk. A good read on cyber security was published this month by GTNews. Besides cyber security, finance professionals are…

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Reval Recommends: Top 10 Treasury Articles in August/September 2016

It’s hard for treasurers to keep up with regulatory change. The proposed regulation 385 is challenging treasuries in multi-national corporations, as the new rules could have negative effects on intercompany loan management. At the moment, most treasuries are still trying to understand what the impact on their treasury operations would be. Good reads to better…

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Reval Recommends: Top 10 Treasury Articles in July 2016

You are a busy treasury professional? You don’t have time to skim the treasury management and risk management press for interesting articles? Reval’s industry experts have compiled a list of the top trending articles for you. In our July edition you get insights on Brexit, liquidity management, banking regulations, and cyber crime. Remain up-to-date with…

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Brexit Lessons Learned: How to Prepare for FX Market Shocks

After 51.9% of UK citizens voted for a Brexit 0n 23rd June 2016, the pound plunged to a 30-year low and markets from New York to Tokyo were hit by extreme volatility. Although Britain’s finance minister assured that the UK was prepared for the unexpected, the pound lost again the following Monday. Post this date…

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