Tag Archive: working capital optimisation

Falcon’s Emma Clark discusses the Middle East’s liquidity gap in the Banker Middle East

In an article for the Banker Middle East, Emma Clark, Falcon Group’s Head of Business Development, explores the ways in which slower growth and stagnating oil prices are weighing on the region’s corporates – particularly when it comes to business liquidity. Furthermore, the squeeze on working capital, while initially felt by smaller businesses, has since …

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UniCredit’s Thomas Dusch writes in MaschinenMarkt about opportunities for corporates to optimise their working capital

As supply chain finance techniques grow in sophistication and banks ramp up their risk appetite, corporates should take the chance to optimise their working capital programmes, says Thomas Dusch, head of trade finance international sales at UniCredit in MaschinenMarkt. The benefits of doing so extend far beyond simple maintenance of liquidity. Indeed, a comprehensive programme …

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UniCredit’s Alfredo Bresciani discusses digital technology, working capital and how treasurers can manage their workloads in GTR

Though liquidity has become cheap among large corporates, the need to optimise working capital remains as pressing as ever. Yet as treasurers look to keep their balance sheets in check, they face mounting pressures in other areas and must be wary of succumbing to excessive workloads, writes Alfredo Bresciani, head of trade finance international sales at …

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BNY Mellon, Commerzbank and iGTB provide insights on working capital in FX-MM

Working capital optimisation is a core component of every business. In the latest edition of FX-MM, BNY Mellon’s Joanne Scheier (Corporate Segment Market Manager, Treasury Services), Commerzbank’s Oliver Klein (Specialist Trade & Supply Chain Finance), and iGTB’s Jan Gonnissen (SVP, Senior Payments Consultant) discuss the latest challenges, developments, influences and catalysts that are shaping the …

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