Downfall of a dynasty

Downfall of a dynasty

The last days of Ricardo Salgado and Banco Espírito Santo

Swimming not drowning

Swimming not drowning

Bond market has ability to adapt

The 2014 Cash Management Survey 

View the results of a record 28,000 survey responses from treasury professionals. 

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Non-financial institutions

Which ICMs do you use most globally?

Best regional cash manager

Western Europe
Nordics & Baltics
Central & Eastern Europe
North America
Latin America
Middle East

Best domestic cash manager

Financial institutions

Which ICMs do you use most globally?

Which ICMs do you use most –

Includes: Euro transactions; Dollar transactions; Sterling transactions; Yen transactions

    in Western Europe

    in North America

    in Asia

    in Latin America

    in Middle East

    in Central & Eastern Europe

    in Africa


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Euromoney’s Cash Management Survey receives responses from the leading cash managers, treasurers and financial officers worldwide, and is considered the benchmark survey for the global cash management industry. This year the survey recorded a 14% year-on-year rise in valid responses, pushing total responses to a new record high of 27,794. This is the most comprehensive guide to the cash management arena in the market. 

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Final days of Ricardo Salgado and Banco Espírito Santo

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When BES collapsed earlier this year, markets briefly feared a return of the crisis to Portugal and to Europe. Even after the bank's bailout, investigators still pore over bank documents, transfers and deals, trying to make sense of Salgado’s last days battling to keep his empire afloat. The backstory is of an extraordinary decades-long rivalry between the country's two pre-eminent business families.