Research: Blockchain Tech Interests Corporate Treasurers in Africa and Latin America

Research: Blockchain Tech Interests Corporate Treasurers in Africa and Latin America

A new report from Ovum has found that 75 percent of corporate treasures in Africa and Latin America are interested in the solutions that blockchain can deliver to banks. Developed in partnership with Temenos, a Swiss financial services software specialist, the report, Understanding Today’s Corporate Treasurer: The Implications for Corporate Banking Services [PDF], looked at how the priorities and attitudes of today’s corporate treasurer across four main areas of responsibility are changing. These are cash and liquidity management, forecasting and analytics, risk and compliance, and cost....

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