Journeys To Treasury 2018-2019

Striving for the summits of treasury with BNP Paribas – EACT – PwC – SAP

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Journeys To Treasury (JTT) is a thought initiative of BNP Paribas, EACT (European Association of Corporate Treasurers), PwC and SAP. Together, we look at corporate treasury challenges and opportunities from different perspectives to be able to offer rich and diverse insights to help shape best treasury practices today and for the future.

Now in its third edition, the report combines the findings of in-depth workshops attended by experts during the EACT Summit 2018 with expertise from the four JTT partners, complemented by practical insights, case studies and interviews from 11 leading corporate treasurers.

Topics discussed in the 2018-2019 report

New dynamics in liquidity management

Treasurers are playing a growing role both in facilitating digital strategies in their core business and transforming processes and insights into liquidity and risk.

Global tax reform

While regulation and compliance continue to be priorities, treasurers also need to focus on the impact of global tax reforms, such as base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS).

Digital treasury

Robotics, artificial intelligence (AI) and the use of application programming interfaces (APIs) are starting to play a role in the treasurer’s agenda

Cyber risk and fraud

Protecting their organisation’s financial and data assets has become treasurers’ number one priority

 

 

        

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There are many Journeys To Treasury

Build your own

 

Download the report 

There are many Journeys To Treasury

Build your own

 

Download the report 

There are many Journeys To Treasury

Build your own

 

Download the report 

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Didier Vandenhaute
Partner, PwC Belgium
Tel: +32 2710 9634
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Hans Candries
Partner, PwC Belgium
Tel: +32 3259 3246
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