Posts Tagged ‘EMIR’

ACT Conference Review: The Age of Treasury – Evolution or Revolution?

At the ACT Annual Conference, over 600 finance professionals from every major industry and from all career levels met in May in Manchester to review what´s challenging treasury and how treasury is adapting. Uncertainty Challenges UK Treasurers Finance professionals in the UK face a lot of uncertainty. There is uncertainty about Scotland´s future, the UK´s participation…

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EuroFinance 2014: The 3 Dimensions of Disruptive Innovation

At last week´s EuroFinance conference, European treasurers met in Budapest to discuss best practice approaches to handle disruptive innovation from a regulatory, organisational and technology perspective. Deep in the Regulatory Jungle: New regulatory requirements are keeping treasurers busy. Asking treasurers in Budapest which regulation challenged them most, it was really a neck-and-neck race between EMIR…

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Which Commodity Risk Manager Are You And Where Are You Heading?

In an era of tightening profit margins, high commodity price volatility and increased supplier credit risk, CFOs are increasingly turning to their treasurers for help. As treasurers are dealing with the complexities of foreign exchange, interest rate or credit risk on a daily basis, they have established risk management frameworks, and therefore, are trusted to…

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Treasury Outlook with ATEL´s Chairman François Masquelier

François Masquelier, Chairman of ATEL – Corporate Treasurer and Risk Manager, shares views and visions in an interview with Reval. 1.    What was the most challenging project in your treasury department in 2013? Looking back, we faced two major challenges last year. The first was definitively EMIR, a regulation which had a very tight deadline…

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Treasury Outlook with Swarovski´s Oliver Gygax

Oliver Gygax, Vice President Corporate Treasury at Swarovski shares views and visions in an interview with Reval. 1) What has been the most challenging project in your treasury department in 2013? The new “Know Your Customer” requirements differ a lot from country to country, complicating bank relationship management. In some cases, opening a new bank…

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Treasury Outlook with STRABAG´s Andreas Nestler

Andreas Nestler, Treasurer, STRABAG SE, shares views and visions in an interview with Reval. 1) What has been the most challenging project in your treasury department in 2013? STRABAG SE processes about 3 billion payments in 19 countries with 50 banks per year. As we have a lot of Euro payments, SEPA has definitively been…

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Treasury Outlook with Virgin Atlantic´s Giovanni Sinatra

Giovanni Sinatra, Front Office Treasury Manager, Financial Risk and Fuel Management at Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd shares views and visions in an interview with Reval. 1) What was the most challenging project in your treasury department in 2013? Increasing regulatory requirements kept our treasury team busy in 2013. As an airline company, we have a…

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