The Handbook of Global Corporate Treasury is out this week!!

A complete guide to operating a corporate treasury from a global perspective

For CFOs and treasurers looking to re-align their treasuries with the growth of the global firm, bankers who seek to maximize the value they create for clients, treasury and finance firm employees, and even finance students, this book provides an easy-to-read approach to this exciting and increasingly complex world. It includes a toolkit that gives practitioners a reference point that they can adapt immediately for use in their firms, providing a low-cost, high-efficiency advisory solution they previously lacked.

  • Offers a uniquely global perspective unlike most books on the subject, which tend to focus on the US market
  • Incorporates a bottom-up, segmented approach that uses fundamental building blocks to form a comprehensive overview of corporate treasury
  • Includes a toolkit that provides a ready foundation for learning based on checklists, templates, and scorecards that can be adapted and customized to the needs of an individual firm
  • Written by an author with more than 13 years working in different aspects of corporate and institutional banking, from capital markets to transaction services
  • Written by an author who has spent many years working

The Handbook of Global Corporate Treasury serves as a ready reference for anyone interested in the nuances and practicalities of the complex world of corporate treasury.

About the Author

Rajiv Rajendra runs Singapore-based Aktrea Capital, a firm that delivers high-quality, cutting-edge training, consulting, and process solutions in the areas of capital markets, treasury, and risk management. His clients include an array of financial institutions, corporations, and funds throughout the Asia Pacific region. Mr. Rajendra has several years of experience with various aspects of corporate and institutional banking—from capital markets to transaction services.

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