A Journey to Treasury Roadmap
Welcome to the eighth edition of Journeys to Treasury (JTT), a unique collaboration between BNP Paribas, PwC, SAP and the European Association of Corporate Treasurers (EACT). Joined by some of the world's leading treasuries, we offer rich, diverse insights on the trends, challenges and priorities that are shaping best practices in treasury both today and in the future.
Navigating the ever-changing treasury landscape presents numerous challenges. Since its inception in 2016, JTT has been committed to providing essential resources and guidance to treasurers and finance professionals.
The main objective of JTT is to address current and future challenges faced by treasury teams and to provide effective solutions. The eighth edition of the report offers a comprehensive view of the treasury landscape of the future. It combines an understanding of current challenges with insights into evolving trends, advanced technological solutions, and emerging industry initiatives. Our goal is to empower treasurers to execute their missions with precision and efficiency by sharing peer practices and highlighting emerging trends in the treasury field.
The report therefore continues to represent a unique collaboration, sharing, learning and implementing best practices across the treasury profession, bringing together the distinctive insights of the four Journeys to Treasury participants: BNP Paribas, PwC, SAP and the EACT, and the companies we have invited to participate.
Journeys to Treasury 2023-24
How 2023's Top Treasury Trends will Impact 2024 and Beyond
In the current year, treasurers are focusing on key areas like cash flow forecasting, data analytics, and centralisation. Accurately predicting cash flow has become more difficult due to market volatility and uncertainty. Despite advancements in treasury technology over the past three decades, a definitive solution to this issue remains elusive.
Data analytics is a top priority for European treasurers, with senior management expecting treasury to make better use of the vast amount of data available. Additionally, centralisation and standardiSation are key concerns for treasurers in the next 12 to 24 months. This aligns with the goal of gaining a precise overview of an organisation's cash holdings through improved visibility and control mechanisms, returning to fundamental principles.
The Role of Treasury Associations
Mitigating M&A Minefields with TaaS
Managing Treasury's Regulatory Burden
Overcoming Obstacles to Frictionless Payments
Managing Bank Relationships in Turbulent Times
Celebrating Treasury's Broader Value
Journeys to Treasury 2022-23
Highlights of the EACT Survey 2022
Treasury Digitisation in a Post-Pandemic Era
Evaluating the Impact of Basel IV
Tackling Payment Priorities and Innovations in Treasury
A Digital Solution to the KYC Challenge?
Journeys to Treasury 2021-22
Trends in Corporate Treasury 2021-22
Digitisation in a Post-Pandemic World
Future of Digital Payments
Treasurers' Strategic D2C Role
Driving the ESG Agenda in Treasury
Covid-19 and the Future of Treasury
Journeys to Treasury 2020-21
Looking Back, Thinking Ahead
FX The Working Capital Agenda
A Success of Centralisation
Enabling the 'Treasury On-Demand'
Journeys to Treasury 2019-20
Payment and Collections
FX Risk Management
The Future Treasury
Journeys to Treasury 2018-19
New Dynamics in Liquidity Management
Talking Tax: Ready for Reform?
Inspiring the Digital Treasury
Cyber-risk and Fraud: Treasury at the Front Line
Journeys To Treasury 2017-18
Data Analytics - Big Decisions
Geopolitical Change and Regulation
Cybersecurity - Guarding Assets
Journeys To Treasury 2016-17
Anytime, Anywhere Treasury
Cybercrime and Fraud