Special focus: Sibos 2012

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Euromoney's latest coverage of cash and liquidity management amid the shifting sands in the international payments system and market structures.

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Cash management: Payment risk

Recent high-profile cases have drawn attention to the financial and reputational risks for banks of breaches of money-laundering regulations. Banks need to change their cultures, but they also need to invest in technology to better assess risks in the complex international payments system.


Liquidity management debate: Liquidity management in an age of anxiety

The eurozone crisis has prompted increasing concerns about risk among clients seeking liquidity management. But Euromoney’s debate suggests that bankers feel they have the mechanisms in place to meet customer needs for reassurance and safety.

 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

• With the eurozone crisis, corporates are more exercised by risk, putting security and liquidity well ahead of yield. They are demanding systems best suited to forestall upcoming market events

• In addition, clients want to know where their money is at all times, with counterparty risk a prominent concern

• Counterparty risk is a factor of intense concern, with clients looking at multiple components of it that previously did not much bother them

• Clients are demanding the capacity to achieve greater access to their own liquidity

• Cash forecasting is of growing importance to clients because of its contribution to visibility 

 

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Cash management survey 2012: No sign of the cash cow drying up

Cash management survey 2012: No sign of the cash cow drying up

October 2012

Despite the constraints of some banks’ reorganization and forced restructuring, as well as prolonged low interest rates, transaction banking has become a vital contributor to revenues. Those with a strong presence in the business would like to push harder still.




Cash management survey 2012:


The most comprehensive guide to the cash management arena in the market.


 

Non-financial institutions
   Which ICMs used most globally
   Best regional cash manager
   Best domestic cash manager
   Customers rate 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
Financial institutions
Which ICMs used most:
   Globally
  Europe   North America
  Asia   Latin America
  Middle East   Africa
Methodology



  More information on the Cash management survey



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