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Getting to ‘Know Your Customer’ Is a Major Pain

KYC provisions have been dogging companies for years. But some are now exploring the use of Blockchain to help ease this pinch point.

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Custodian Banks - Unloved but Here to Stay

There are a lot of things that treasurers would rather do than work with their custodian banks. But with MMF reform, custodian banks are here to stay.

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  • Capital Markets September 27, 2017

    What Frequent Issuers Should Know

    By Anne Friberg

    Listen to the market but always keep it guessing a little bit. 

    According to data from Deutsche Bank, going to the debt market twice a year puts any corporate bond issuer into the upper 20th percentile in terms of frequency. This would make many of the frequent bond issuer companies in the NeuGroup's Treasurers' Group of Thirty Large Cap edition (T30LC) peer group, members of that... Read More

  • Treasury & Taxation September 27, 2017

    OECD: Don’t Abuse Tax Payer Info

    By Ted Howard

    The BEPS action plan for country-by-country reporting has MNCs worried their tax info will be abused.

    In an effort to reassure multinational corporate tax payers that their submitted tax information won't be abused or used for anything other than high-level tax risks only, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) this week released guidelines for countries to... Read More

  • Outlook September 27, 2017

    Honesty Equals Revenue?

    By Ted Howard

    Not only is honesty the best policy but it also might be best practice for fattening up tax coffers, too. That's the idea behind the United Kingdom's new requirement for UK companies of a certain size to post their tax strategies for all to see.

    Read More

  • Treasury & Taxation September 27, 2017

    Can Simple Compliance Raise Tax Revenue?

    By Ted Howard

    The UK’s tax authorities think making companies reveal their tax strategies to the public will eventually raise cash. 

    The UK may have come up with an easy way to raise tax revenue: by making companies come clean when it comes their tax strategies. With its Finance Act 2016, the UK will require companies to post their tax strategies on the internet for all to see. While the Act applies... Read More

  • Treasury Technology August 29, 2017

    A Blockchain Move You Can Use--Now

    By John Hintze

    Finally, a blockchain application that will directly benefit corporate finance executives. 

    Promises about blockchain technology revolutionizing business have abounded over the last few years, but so far, few practical applications for corporate treasury have emerged. But that’s now changed. On July 24, the governor of Delaware inked into law the ability for companies to keep... Read More

  • Treasury & Taxation August 29, 2017

    How Does Treasury Plan for the Tax Unknown?

    By Julie Zawacki-Lucci

    Even as controversy continues to swirl around the Trump administration, tax planning is paramount for treasury. 

    Planning and modeling for the prospect of tax reform and its impact on capital structure, capital and cash forecasting is consuming large chunks of time for many NeuGroup peer group members lately. The uncertainty surrounding the content and timing of any... Read More

  • Treasury Technology August 29, 2017

    Bring on the Robots

    By Wendy Chan and Ted Howard

    Since back-office processes are often dreary, repetitive and routine, give the work to robots.

    Artificial intelligence continues to advance and provide new and innovative applications for corporate treasury, that holds the promise of reducing human error and costs. With that in mind, many companies are thinking about robots for tasks that don’t need a lot of brain... Read More


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