Rethinking Treasury Thought Leadership Newsletter

Volume
08

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Welcome to the latest edition of the Rethinking treasury newsletter.

“Rethinking Treasury” aims to help corporate treasurers prepare for upcoming challenges by providing best practice expertise, insight and analysis from HSBC subject matter experts and industry leaders.

Our selected insights

The Quest for the "Optimal Strategy" (Putting Pareto into practice)

Adco Leung, Thought Leadership Asia-Pacific

  • How accurate is accurate enough?
  • How can we apply the Pareto principle to currency risk management?
  • Key takeaways for Treasurers and CFOs

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Impact on Corporate Funding Decisions

Julie Bennett, Head of Thought Leadership, Americas

  • The second part of this series focuses on the impact to a company's liability profile and funding decisions.
  • Adjusting capital structure and funding plans in response to the new US corporate tax regime can be a significant exercise with many elements and corporate specifics to be balanced

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Lease Accounting

Nik Tandy, Thought Leadership, Asia-Pacific

  • IFRS16 becomes mandatory in most countries for reporting periods beginning on or after 1 January 2019
  • The major impact is the need to recognise a Right of Use Asset ("ROU Asset") for expected future lease payments
  • We look at the impact it will have on many key metrics, including EBITDA, Asset, Turnover and Gross Debt.

 

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Contact the thought leadership team:
thought.leadership.global@hsbc.com

 

Disclaimer:
Marketing Material – This is not Investment Research. For Professionals and Eligible counterparties only. The material contained in this document is for general information purposes only and does not constitute advice or a recommendation to buy or sell investments. Issued by HSBC Bank plc.

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Volume
08

January 2019

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