PwC Awarded Best Treasury Consultancy by Treasury Management International

PWCPwC US  announced Treasury Management International (TMI) has awarded the firm as the Best Treasury Consultancy in all three geographic categories: North America, Global, and Europe. Each year, TMI also recognizes those who understand the challenges in the global treasury arena through their Innovation and Excellence in Treasury Management award. This year marks the 12th consecutive year PwC has been honored as a top treasury consultant by TMI’s global readers.

“Today’s increasingly global financial marketplace continues to pose ongoing challenges and opportunities that will have a deep impact on business for the foreseeable future,” said Peter Frank, principal, PwC. “It is critical for companies to rethink their approach to business, beginning with managing a global footprint, setting strategies and positioning operations to be highly responsive and prepared to act in any scenario and to deliver sustained business value.”

This year, TMI divided voting for the Best Treasury Consultancy award into three geographic categories: Best Global Treasury Consultancy, Best European Treasury Consultancy, and Best North American Treasury Consultancy. TMI readers voted PwC in first place in each region. PwC has one of the world’s largest treasury advisory groups, dedicated to enhancing companies’ treasury so that it creates desired value. PwC professionals provide a broad range of complementary treasury, banking, technology, taxation, accounting and program management skills.

“We are honored to receive TMI’s treasury award for the twelfth consecutive year. We believe the recognition of Best Treasury Consultancy in all three geographies, including North America, speaks to our continued commitment to deliver consistent, quality-based treasury management services to clients around the globe, from strategy through execution,” said PwC’s Frank.

TMI is a global publication focused on the business of treasury and the finance profession, reporting on the latest developments within the banking, treasury technology, and treasury advisory sectors. The awards are voted for by the publication’s readers. This year, over 1,500 votes were polled from Asia, North America and Europe from TMI’s global readership of 8,000 treasury and finance professionals.

“We are delighted to honor PwC with this award again; our readers consistently recognize PwC’s thorough, tailored approach to each company’s treasury, establishing the firm’s solid track record of effective results,” said Robin Page, CEO, TMI. “Being voted ‘Best Treasury Consultant’ for 12 years running is an impressive feat indicating PwC’s extensive skills and knowledge coupled with improving strategies in the field of treasury.”

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About Treasury Management International
Treasury Management International 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.

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