Author: Nash Riggins

Nash Riggins

Nash Riggins is features writer for The Global Treasurere. He has written for a range of financial publications as a journalist and commentator, including Accountancy Age, Bobsguide, PaymentEye, Financial Director, Petroleum Economist and World Finance.

Banks pressing forward with cloud migration projects during the pandemic

Banking Banks pressing forward with cloud migration projects during the pandemic

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Central banks are scaling back their USD liquidity providing provisions

Banking Central banks are scaling back their USD liquidity providing provisions

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Treasurers facing year of regulatory hurdles

Corporate Treasury Treasurers facing year of regulatory hurdles

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How to win favour and influence your CFO

Corporate Treasury How to win favour and influence your CFO

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The biggest challenges facing treasurers in the year ahead

Corporate Treasury The biggest challenges facing treasurers in the year ahead

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TMS upgrades: the lowdown

TMS TMS upgrades: the lowdown

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Harnessing the power of enterprise-wide data

Big Data Harnessing the power of enterprise-wide data

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The problem of legacy tech

Corporate Treasury The problem of legacy tech

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A treasurer’s guide to business intelligence (and how to get it right)

FinTech A treasurer’s guide to business intelligence (and how to get it right)

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Are real-time payments overrated?

Payments Are real-time payments overrated?

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Where do robots sit in the treasury team (and what will they do)?

Corporate Treasury Where do robots sit in the treasury team (and what will they do)?

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Volatile foreign exchange and hedging strategies

Foreign exchange Volatile foreign exchange and hedging strategies

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What will tech-led trade finance look like?

FinTech What will tech-led trade finance look like?

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How can treasury quantify the business benefits of investing in new systems?

Corporate Treasury How can treasury quantify the business benefits of investing in new systems?

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Achieving an integrated payments ecosystem

Corporate Treasury Achieving an integrated payments ecosystem

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The tech-led way to manage forex risk

Automation The tech-led way to manage forex risk

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Tapping into the Alternative Investment Market (AIM)

Investment & Funding Tapping into the Alternative Investment Market (AIM)

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Dealing with the reconciliation challenge

Corporate Treasury Dealing with the reconciliation challenge

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Three ways to boost operational effectiveness in treasury departments

Automation Three ways to boost operational effectiveness in treasury departments

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How can treasury teams successfully manage foreign exchange risk in a volatile global environment?

Corporate Treasury How can treasury teams successfully manage foreign exchange risk in a volatile global environment?

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Striking the right balance between debt and equity in capital structure

Cash & Liquidity Management Striking the right balance between debt and equity in capital structure

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Ways to boost working capital

Cash & Liquidity Management Ways to boost working capital

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Regulatory pressures to prepare for

Compliance Regulatory pressures to prepare for

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How can treasurers prepare for LIBOR transition?

Governance How can treasurers prepare for LIBOR transition?

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Three reasons you need to streamline payments

Payments Three reasons you need to streamline payments

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Lodge cards: The easy way to save on travel purchases?

Cash Management Lodge cards: The easy way to save on travel purchases?

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Outsourcing and the banking sector: Problems and prospects

Banking Risk Management Outsourcing and the banking sector: Problems and prospects

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