Rapid rise in interest rates, inflation and public debt At its recent meeting, the IMF expressed concern about inflation and the amount of debt that governments have accumulated and the growth in debt servicing costs in a context of rising interest rates. The 10-year US Treasury bond is at its highest level since 2008, and […]
Treasury functions are and will be changed by digital transformation. These new technologies are transforming the way we need to think about treasury and, more specifically, currency risk management.
This article follows the previous one which presented the macro-economic situation related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The coronavirus will change the way we do things for years.
Coronavirus will change the way we do things for years to come.
Risk can be seen has the probability of an event happening that will have an impact (+ or -) on your business objectives.
Implementing good technology on top of bad habits (process) will only multiplies garbage outputs and risks.
In a previous article (Foreign currency risk), we addressed identifying and measuring foreign exchange risk so it can be managed in such a way that the company remains focused on its core mission, its business operations, without being overly exposed to financial risks.
It is the nature of your operating cycle, of your operations that determines the sensitivity of your profitability to currency fluctuations.