To grow your business globally, mastering the fine art of international corporate payments isn't a luxury—it's a necessity. We cover 5 common hidden overseas transactions fees—and how to sidestep them.
In this final installment in our miniseries on “Demystifying Cryptocurrencies, Blockchain-based Applications and Opportunities in the B2B Payments Space" in partnership with Ripple, we explore new and more efficient ways for banks and other financial services companies to source liquidity, thanks to blockchain.
With Inauguration Day upon us, the US dollar retreated from earlier highs on Donald Trump’s recent call for a more competitive greenback. As the world’s sole reserve currency, when the dollar goes, so does the rest of the world. In our new series, we look at how post-election forex challenges could affect dollar-based corporate payments and transfers in the months ahead.
After a surprise outcome, the prospects for the US dollar are suddenly looking a lot brighter—thanks in part to the new administration’s more protectionist attitudes towards the American economy. For multinational companies with dollar-denominated cash flows, a stronger US currency could change the way payables and receivables are handled. With this in mind, we’ve analyzed how post-election FX issues could affect corporate payments and transfers in the months ahead.
For corporate treasury teams, it can often be more challenging moving money than managing it when it’s in the register. As part of a new blog series, we will take a closer look at some of the macro events and currencies likely to have the greatest impact on the payments landscape in today’s volatile marketplace.