Rethinking Treasury Thought Leadership Newsletter

Volume
09

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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.

Each newsletter will feature an interview with a corporate treasurer, sharing their “Fab 5”.

Sam Robinson Deputy Treasurer, Hitachi Capital UK, looks back on his career and shares his insight on the treasury function including its challenges by answering the Fab 5:

  • Tell us about your career path and what particular experience has been most valuable to you along the way?
  • What is the biggest challenge you currently face?
  • How is the performance of your treasury group measured?
  • What takes up most of your time?
  • How has technology changed treasury?

 

Our selected insights

KPI Driven Risk Management

Adco Leung, Thought Leadership Asia-Pacific

  • First article from the Rethinking Capital series
  • Are you using the right risk management metric?
  • We look at the impact of market noise on key financial metrics

 

Will the accounting tail wag the economic dog?

Nik Tandy, Head of Thought Leadership, Asia-Pacific

  • Part 2 in our IFRS16 series
  • Accounting changes will drive companies to examine their hedging strategies and policies

 

10 key questions for the digital age

Provided by HSBC Global Research

We explore the growing economic impact of the rapid technological changes affecting our lives and what it means for central banks and governments.

 

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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. Issued by HSBC Bank plc.

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Volume
09

February 2019

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