Treasury Peer’s benchmark on Treasury Systems

October 13, 2014 by Magnus Lind 1 comment so far

. (Click on the picture to enlarge). Treasury Peer launches our global benchmark of treasury systems conducted during August-September 2014. One key objective was to find out if there is a “branding effect” in the treasury systems’ market. With a branding effect we mean any relations between the size of the user company and the…Full article

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  • What the G20 should focus on to make private sector grow and produce jobs

    October 7, 2014 by Magnus Lind

    . The finance ministers and central bank governors of the G20 released a communique from the September 2014 meeting in Australia. It was a disappointing read for the corporate sector and it was geared towards more central planning, large state investments and more regulation and taxes. From our perspective we’d much rather see activities such…Full article

    Is G20 at all focusing on the abilities of private business for growing the economy?

    October 5, 2014 by Magnus Lind

    . The G20 finance ministers and central bank governors gathered September 20-21 2014 in Cairns. When reading the communique, we believe they’re missing the point. The previous strategy remains, which is an over-reliance on top down, central planning approaches and the implementation of very detailed regulatory regimes. In fact, no point is devoted to improve…Full article

    How Entrepreneurship and Ironman Reinforce Each Other

    September 17, 2014 by Magnus Lind

    . Sunday September 14, I completed my first 70.3 Ironman, which is half an Ironman Triathlon consisting of three races: 1,9 km swim, 90 km bike and 21 km run. I’m very grateful for all the great support from all over the world. So is Save the Children, a recent Treasury Peer member, which we chose to…Full article

    Current Treasury Trends – Fall 2014

    September 9, 2014 by Magnus Lind

    Treasury Peer has listed the current trends from all our interactions with treasurers, CFO, service providers and bankers, and condensed the discussions from our 5 roundtables this year. Interestingly, the treasury community is much more action oriented than previously, when it mainly reacted to the crisis and fought to comply with all the new regulation leading…Full article

    Initiative to build up a combined EUR financial market inside the EUR area

    July 8, 2014 by Magnus Lind

    Reuters report: “Bankers and policymakers say capital markets union is seen as a logical step after the euro zone completes banking union. From November the European Central Bank will be the single supervisor for top lenders, raising questions about how fragmentation in equity and bond markets could also be reduced. Talk in Brussels suggests a capital…Full article

    The transition of power that changes the way international organizations are managed

    June 26, 2014 by Magnus Lind

    There is a transition of power from developed countries to emerging markets that changes the way international organizations are managed. Companies from developed countries many times will not be able to enforce the customs, rules and management styles from home any longer. On the contrary it creates a need for allowing more adjustments to local conditions…Full article