News & events
The world of forex is constantly evolving and we like to keep you informed. On this page you can read about our latest news, forthcoming events and industry trends. You will also find Aite Group's white paper down below.
TreasurUp has signed a contract with the Belgian KBC Group. TreasurUp offers a white-label treasury platform. KBC is the third major bank to work with TreasurUp, following successful partnerships with Rabobank and the Finnish OP Financial Group.
On Thursday 14 November, TreasurUp’s COO Arjan de Bruijn delivered a keynote address to a group of 35 treasurers of various Dutch corporates at the DACT treasury conference. Here’s what he had to say:
This year's Eurofinance conference in Copenhagen was less about the latest trends in technology, like the previous years. It seemed like AI, Blockchain and crypto have moved past the hype.
In October, we tested our new feature validation method for the very first time during a corporate client event at our office. Here is what we learned from this experiment.
This week Niels van Daatselaar, CEO of TreasurUp, shared his vision on Open Banking and client interaction.
TreasurUp is one of the first fintech companies that introduces mobile to the world of hedging.
The 2018 DACT treasury fair was a great opportunity to unveil our biggest plan for 2019.
Together with 900 treasures from large corporates as well as all major banks, we attended Eurofinance in Geneva.
How banks and fintech increasingly find each other in search of a better client experience (Dutch).
TreasurUp visited 15 clients in Australia to learn how they work.
Overall, the report found that the treasurer, CFO and CEO are working more closely together.
Rabobank will also make the currency platform itself available to a large proportion of its corporate clients.
How the acceleration of payments will affect business/treasury management.
In a risky economic environment, partner banks still represent reliability and stability.
The results show a declining combined FX market share for the top five banks.