David Castle’s Treasury Notes
Treasury Note, No. 13- 17th October 2018 | Treasury; Function or Feature? The Core of Banking Drives Future Business Models
Treasury Note, No. 12- 25th April 2018 | ALM Re-Booted: Treasury / ALM data best practices.
Treasury Note, No. 11- 11th December 2017 | JFDI: Judgements from Data Insights.
Treasury Note, No. 10- 27th October 2017 | Halloween Special: The Next Crisis, Liquidity Ghost or ALM Exhaustion?
Treasury Note, No. 9- 31st July 2017 | Liquidity – Fountain or Fire Hose?
Treasury Note, No. 8- 12th June 2017 | Data Streaming for Liquidity Managers.
Treasury Note, No. 7- 10th April 2017 | Money Market Funds, shifting sands.
Treasury Note, No. 6- 30th March 2017 | Treasury Tech, Part 3: The 10th Man Rule, working with FinTech
Treasury Note, No. 5- 13th March 2017 | Intra-Day-Liquidity, the new black.
Treasury Note, No. 4- 24th February 2017 | Treasury Tech, Part 2: Blockchain, Benefit or Headache?
Treasury Note, No. 3- 3rd February 2017 | Treasury Tech: Is your Treasury Data Science Ready?
Treasury Note, No. 2 – 16th January 2017 | Adverse weather conditions. Treasury Top Trumps.
Treasury Note, No. 1 – 3rd January 2017 |Navigating the fog could be bumpy…
Mr Castle is a 25-year City and Wall Street veteran with a sterling background in capital markets and treasury at Standard Chartered and Citibank, He is Managing Partner of Waltham Partners Ltd, a financial services consultancy. He was formerly Global Head of Money Market and Financing Sales at Standard Chartered Bank where he spent 15 years in a number of senior positions including Head of Global Markets, UK/Europe and the Americas. He has over 25 years experience in Fixed Income, Treasury Products, Asset-Liability management, Investment Management and Sales businesses. David is IMC Certified, and Member of the UK CFA, AFP, a Fellow of the Institute of Directors and Alumni of the New York Federal Reserve Bank FX Committee.