The 2020 AFP Asia-Pacific Treasury Management Handbook provides an overview of the elements of treasury management and includes guidance on the core tasks of a regional treasury center. The first part analyzes 12 elements of treasury management, while part two offers profiles of 15 different countries throughout the APAC region, detailing the financial environment within each country.
To better understand how one Asia Pacific finance leader handles today's challenges, AFP spoke to Stephen Hogan, Vice President Regional Treasury Asia Pacific at Deutsche Post DHL.
During a recent webinar, treasury practitioners based in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region discussed the value of earning the Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) designation.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York (FRBNY) has been holding a number of workshops to build a shared understanding of the challenges that lie ahead for banks and their borrowers as they attempt to transition away from the London Interbank Offered Rate (Libor) before 2022.
In this webinar, an expert panel will outline what boards expect from finance and treasury today, expectations to drive greater liquidity, and strategies to protect cash, liquidity and balance sheets. Key discussion points include working capital management, borrowing strategies, FX hedging and organic currency reduction, cost reduction initiatives, and Panelists will also discuss best practices clients use in managing through the storm to keep an even keel.
Cash forecasting is a difficult task that every treasury department must deal with. Can artificial intelligence help? It has the potential to improve processes, save costs and enhance treasury’s decision-making for liquidity, working capital and currency exposure management. In the latest episode of AFP Conversations, we look at how AI and Big Data are leading the path to powerful decision-support and automation of treasury.