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Working capital

Operational finance

Improve working capital by unlocking funds caught in the supply chain, and manage incoming and outgoing cash flows more effectively organisation wide.

Global Connections

Working Capital 2.0
Bart Ras HSBC
More confident businesses are placing larger orders, but elastic payment windows could overstretch small business’ working capital reserves

Economist Intelligence Unit

From West to East
Gregor MacDonald Economist Intelligence Unit
Fossil fuels demand in the East shows no sign of abating, but the US hopes to take a lead in the shift to natural gas use instead of coal

Global Connections

Avoid delays and costs when trading internationally By failing to understand the importance of correct documentation, businesses can increase the risk of delays and costs.

Growth

Finance growth

Inject capital into your supply chain, expand into new markets and improve your existing space and systems.

Global Banking and Markets

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Maintain your reputation as a trusted exporter A regular review of transport methods used may pay dividends when making shipments

Global Connections

The new global trade map
Bruce Alter HSBC
South-South trade will keep growing rapidly over the coming decades, with China at the helm of the export market

Payments

Make and receive

Streamline domestic and foreign payments and collections while also making the best use of cash balances. You can also manage expense effectively by consolidating companywide spending.

The omni-channel opportunity Retailers should accept the “omni-channel” challenge laid down by consumers researching and buying across mobile devices, computers and physical stores within the same shopping journey, explains David Wild, CEO of Domino's Pizza Group and member of the LCP Consulting Advisory Board

Global Connections

Making and accepting international payments Choosing the right payment and credit terms when trading internationally

Global Connections

Funding overseas growth Emerging markets offer great export opportunities for businesses keen to expand, but trading overseas should always be approached cautiously

Investments

Save and invest

Consolidate balances for faster, easier access to cash and leverage idle balances to increase liquidity and support your growth strategy.

Western baby-boomers may struggle to realise decent returns on domestic assets such as property, government bonds and domestic equities. Karen Ward, Senior Global Economist, HSBC
Bailing out the baby-boomers

FATCA
Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act

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Global Connections

Pressure cooker conditions lead to innovation
Pippa Malmgren Principalis Asset Management
Record global debt is driving business to seek innovative new ways to define their brand and to strive for an international reach

Managing risk

Supporting business

Manage counterparty risk and do business around the world confidently while managing potential fluctuations in cash flow.

Risky business
Peter Kiernan Economist Intelligence Unit
Does climate-change policy pose a risk for the world's oil, gas and coal industries? asks Peter Kiernan, lead energy analyst at The Economist Intelligence Unit
Despite the avoidance of euro break-up and narrowing bond spreads, the threat of deflation is now even higher than during the sovereign crisis. Stephen King, Chief Economist, HSBC
The euro and the Three Musketeers

Economist Intelligence Unit

Is the commodities supercycle over?
Caroline Bain Economist Intelligence Unit
Commodity supply is beginning to match demand in China, but rapid urbanisation elsewhere in Asia looks set to push commodity prices back up

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