In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, health and business-related fears are at the forefront of everyone’s minds.
Kyriba has already activated our Global Crisis and Regional Incident Management teams to ensure consistent monitoring of the spread and impact of the virus in an effort to keep our employees safe and deliver uninterrupted service to our clients.
As a part of our continued efforts to serve treasury and finance leaders across the globe, we have organized this COVID-19 Treasury Resource Center, where you can find information and links to helpful resources. These resources include a letter from our CEO outlining our continued commitment to you and your business, thought leadership pieces, upcoming webinars and blogs.
COVID-19 Impact & Response Survey
In an effort to understand the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak on treasury and finance professionals, Kyriba, as a part of a broader treasury coalition initiative, is sponsoring weekly surveys to gather insights into how treasury is being impacted by and responding to the current pandemic. Take part in the most recent survey and view previous weeks’ results to learn how other industry professionals are reacting.
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Kyriba’s COVID-19 Pledge to Clients and Partners
We are experiencing unprecedented health and market conditions driven by the realities of a new pandemic virus, COVID-19. Our pledge to you and your global teams during this time of crisis is to continue delivering our active liquidity network…
Treasury in a Time of Crisis
March 27, 2020 • 1:00 pm ET • 10:00 am PT • The COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating business continuity, disaster recovery, and risk management planning to ensure treasury meets strategic and emergency requests…
Impacts of COVID-19 on Currency Volatility
March 31, 2020 • 12:00 pm ET • 9:00 am PT • Currency volatility has returned with a vengeance as a result of the global pandemic and crashing oil prices. Hear from leading currency market experts on what to expect from the currency markets…
Business Continuity Planning: Why Treasury Needs a Plan B
Treasury is a critical operation within any organisation. And while much time is spent by CFOs and Treasurers to design cash, liquidity, and payment structures, time is rarely spent preparing for and prioritising business objectives in the event of a disruption to treasury or to the business as a whole.
Active Liquidity: The Prescription for Treasury’s Revival in a Pandemic
The magnitude and reach of the COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented, with everything coming to a grinding halt. Heightened uncertainty has become the norm and one could argue that the scope of the disruption is greater than anything we have experienced before.
The Way Forward During Crisis: A Treasurer’s Reflection
Huddle up treasurers, you are once again the CFO’s most valuable asset. In times of volatility and crisis, your role becomes even more critical and valuable to the organization, but this isn’t the first time we’ve experienced something like this.
From Your Peers: Managing Risk in a Crisis
Some additional insights on how treasury teams can perfect business continuity plans, review how effectively they are actively managing their liquidity and collaborate with the controller, credit and procurement teams to mitigate potential liquidity concerns within their supply chains.
Treasury’s Opportunity During a Crisis
The COVID-19 pandemic has already caused panic in financial markets, with anyone’s guess how much more damage is yet to come. In the face of crisis, corporate treasury teams are still expected to calm…
Best Practices for Treasury Business Continuity Planning
Currently, much of the world is dealing with uncertain and changing business practices amid the COVID-19 pandemic – the temporary closure of offices, asking employees to work remotely, dealing with the business and financial…
AFP-Coronavirus Outbreak: How Treasurers Are Responding
With workers being forced to stay home, major disruptions to the supply chain and companies placing travel bans on their employees, the coronavirus outbreak may prove to be the biggest threat to multinational companies in years.