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Last year, 2.5 million cybercrimes were reported in the UK alone. Giles Taylor and Nick Burge
explain what Corporate Treasurers can do to help protect their organisations against such attacks, and
why cyber risk is no longer just an IT issue.
For UK Corporates, financial market volatility has been one of the few constants before and since the
EU Referendum. While some may have been prepared for short-term currency movements, a new
market environment means that treasurers must carefully re-evaluate the management of longer-term
financial risks, says Yuri Polyakov, Head of Financial Risk Advisory and Enric Girones, Associate
Director of Financial Risk Advisory, at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking.
The EU referendum outcome is likely to
prompt treasurers of UK companies to review
their working capital management practices.
Llewelyn Mullooly and Martin Flint, Directors
of Working Capital, Global Transaction
Banking at Lloyds Bank explore the issues that
companies may face while they look to ensure
their own processes are as efficient as
Stephen Everett, Managing Director, Head of Product and Propositions, Global Transaction Banking, at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking, examines strategies to help finance a more secure and sustainable ecosystem in which to drive business productivity.
Nick Burge, Managing Director & Head of Liquidity, at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking, looks at the complex liquidity challenge brought about by changing funding parameters, new rules impacting the money market funds and low interest rates, and considers the options.
Christian Leibl, Head of Capital Structure Advisory and Yuri Polyakov, Head of Financial Risk Advisory, at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking discuss the optimal capital structure and why regular reviews are vital to ensure that businesses are able to efficiently deploy their strategy and grow sustainably.
Stephen Everett, MD client proposition, global transaction banking, and John Salter, MD, global corporate and financial institutions, global transaction banking, at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking discuss notional pooling and the challenges and opportunities of regulatory change.
Robert King, Director, Corporate Asset Finance at Lloyds Bank and Paul Lippitt, Principal Consultant, Fleet Consultancy at Lex Autolease explore the new accounting rules and the potential changes and impact on financial reporting.
Christian Leibl, MD and Head of Corporate Capital Structure Advisory at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking, explores the ratings landscape and discusses the first-time credit rating process.
Gary Griffiths, Head of Trade & Receivables Finance and Clive Higglesden, Head of Trade Product at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking explore the potential risks for UK exporters in the global economy.
Nick Burge, Managing Director, Head of Strategic Liquidity, Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking explores strategies to help corporate treasurers manage their cash in an ever changing economic and regulatory landscape.
Simon Allocca, Managing Director, Head of Loan Markets, Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking reviews the key trends in the loan markets through 2014 and identifies the challenges and opportunities that will characterise the year ahead.
Adam Wotton, Head of Corporate Loan Markets, Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking explores the legacies of the financial crises and the shift in composition of corporate debt.
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