Cash management survey 2012: Results index

Euromoney surveys cash managers, treasurers and financial officers worldwide. This is the most comprehensive guide to the cash management arena in the market.

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Non-financial institutions
Which ICMs do you use most globally?
Best regional cash manager

Western Europe
Nordic and Baltic
Central & Eastern Europe
North America
Latin America
Asia
Middle East
Africa

Best domestic cash manager
How do customers rate their lead global ICM's services?

Overall client service
Level of commitment to your cash management business
Industry expertise and knowledge
Quality of personnel
Technical support and guidance
Contingency plan capabilites/preparedness
Quality of elctronic banking security
Compatibility with your own systems
Access to all applicable clearing systems
Innovative payment/collection methods


Financial institutions
Which ICMs do you use most globally?
Which ICMs do you use most in Europe

Euro transactions
Dollar transactions
Sterling transactions
Yen transactions

Which ICMs do you use most in North America

Euro transactions
Dollar transactions
Sterling transactions
Yen transactions

Which ICMs do you use most in Asia

Euro transactions
Dollar transactions
Sterling transactions
Yen transactions

Which ICMs do you use most in Latin America

Euro transactions
Dollar transactions
Sterling transactions
Yen transactions

Which ICMs do you use most in Middle East

Euro transactions
Dollar transactions
Sterling transactions
Yen transactions

Which ICMs do you use most in Africa

Euro transactions
Dollar transactions
Sterling transactions
Yen transactions

Methodology

Non-financial institutions
Financial institutions


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