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The NeuGroup - Leading Peer Knowledge Exchange

Leading Peer Knowledge Exchange 

The NeuGroup is an independent financial research and publishing company dedicated to the exchange of knowledge among treasury and finance professionals at global corporations. We have been an advocate for finance practitioners since the 1994 launch of our flagship newsletter, International Treasurer. This newsletter and its complementary website, iTreasurer, have become a premier source of information on global treasury and risk management. They are The NeuGroup’s platform for disseminating key insights from our peer group and independent research to a wide audience.

We strengthened our commitment to the exchange of practical and relevant corporate treasury and finance intelligence with the launch of the first NeuGroup peer group in 2001. Our mission is to bring together like-minded finance and treasury professionals so they can share knowledge, challenges and solutions through a unique collaborative format. We believe that the peer exchange format generates relevant and practical solutions for corporate practitioners.

The NeuGroup's membership-only peer groups target professionals from a specific functional or industry segment. Our peer meetings are very different from meetings held by vendors or industry associations: They are intimate (no more than 30 companies in a group), highly interactive, and the members develop their own agenda. As a result, the meetings foster the development of a strong peer network with lasting relationships. With decades of combined research and writing experience in this area, dedicated NeuGroup peer group leaders support each group with surveys, facilitated semi-annual meetings, websites, research content and collaborative information-sharing tools.