PwC named best Global Treasury Consultant for 14th consecutive year
Top honour in Treasury Management International’s annual Awards for Innovation and Excellence
London, 22 January 2015 – PwC has been recognised by global publication Treasury Management International (TMI) as Best Treasury Consultant in their annual Awards for Innovation and Excellence. This marks the 14th consecutive year PwC has been awarded this accolade.
PwC won the award based on nominations from our clients across the global treasury community.
Established in 1998, the TMI awards are firmly recognised as the quality benchmark for the treasury profession, formally acknowledging the banks, vendors, consultants and practitioners who are driving best practices in treasury management globally.
In the past, a voting process by TMI’s readers underpinned award decisions, however TMI chose a new nomination-style approach this year to provide greater consistency and transparency. We were awarded the Best Treasury Consultant title based on the strength of a range of nominations from clients relating to the work our global network of treasury consultants has delivered over the last year, ranging from post-deal integration of diverse treasury functions to technology driven treasury transformations.
Sebastian di Paola, global leader of the Corporate Treasury Solutions practice at PwC, said:
"Holding the top ranking for Treasury Consultancies for 14 years running is a reflection of the quality of our people in countries around the world. It's especially significant this year, as our clients took the time from their own busy schedules to nominate us for our work with them.
"The TMI Awards truly recognise the significant leaps the global treasury community has made in the years following the financial crisis. The treasury function is changing rapidly, raising some pressing questions about companies’ organisational structure, treasury reporting and systems, oversight and control. There are some clear moves by the industry to redefine treasury as an enterprise wide process and no longer as a single department within their companies. The profession is maturing and making great strides in bringing more value-added insight into the risks facing business today."
Robin Page, CEO of Treasury Management International, said:
“We are delighted to announce PwC’s success in the 2014 TMI Awards for Innovation and Excellence. The coveted global consultancy award recognises PwC’s solid and reliable approach to treasury issues and the effective solutions they provide treasuries worldwide.”
PwC has one of the world's largest treasury advisory groups, providing a broad range of complementary treasury, risk management, banking, technology, taxation, accounting, systems development and programme management skills.
About Treasury Management International
Treasury Management International (TMI) showcases topical, pragmatic solutions and strategic insights on treasury, cash management, foreign exchange and other issues affecting treasury and financial professionals, together with treasury and finance news, education and opinion. With real-life treasury management experiences and case studies at its core, TMI provides valuable material for all practitioners from experienced treasurers and CFOs to those new to the profession. TMI has a global magazine readership of 8,000 and its website receives over 45,000 unique monthly visitors.
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