Payment systems globally are undergoing significant changes with increasing pressure to increase the speed at which payments are sent and settled. To remain competitive, corporations will need to determine how to integrate real-time payments into their infrastructure.
A growing focus on working capital optimization is leading both large and—more recently—middle‑market companies to turn to supply chain finance. Beyond retailing and automotive industries, this strategy is taking hold across sectors such as manufacturing, electronics, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, and others.
Financial markets are constantly evolving and becoming more complex. For fund managers who handle collateralized loan obligations (CLOs), the regulatory environment and other changes have led to new approaches to CLOs.
The trade dispute between the U.S. and China has the potential to reconfigure supply chains around the world on a long-term basis. Randall Chafetz, Managing Executive Officer and Deputy Head of Global Corporate and Investment Banking at MUFG shared his perspectives at the 2019 World Trade Symposium.
Cybersecurity affects organizations at every level—from employees targeted by cybercriminals to executives leading a cybersecure culture. Learn more about the latest cybersecurity trends and best practices.
The three finalists of the AFP MUFG Pinnacle Awards and the winner, presented by Ranjana Clark, Head of Global Transaction Banking, Head of Transaction Banking Americas, and Bay Area President for MUFG.
2020 Outlook Series Podcast: Perspectives on Major Themes and Changes in the Industry
Strategic Treasurer’s Craig Jeffery interviews Ranjana Clark, Head of Global Transaction Banking, Transaction Banking Americas and Bay Area President, to discuss perspectives on major themes and changes in the industry.
AFP Conversations looks at liquidity management and where it needs to go. What are some of the key considerations for managing current liquidity structures? MUFG’s Olu Adebiyi, Konica Minolta’s Glisson Inguito, and ICU Medical’s Amanda Schreiber answer that question and more.