Cash Management Survey 2017



The 2017 Cash Management Survey is now open and will run until 12 May.


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This is the 16th annual survey of the world's cash management industry. With a response base in excess of 30,000, this is the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking available.

Further information: Methodology


Asiamoney Survey Integration

Please note the following important information. The Asiamoney Cash Management Survey has been integrated into the Euromoney Cash Management Survey. There will only be one global survey going forward, which will be conducted under the Euromoney brand. All respondents who previously completed the old Asiamoney survey should now complete the global Euromoney survey. There is one methodology and one questionnaire.


This survey is available in the languages listed below. Please follow the links to access your chosen survey (FI or Non-FI) in your chosen language. Please note that the Japanese translation will be available at 2pm UK time on 5 April.


 English
Non-financial institutions
Financial institutions 

 German
Non-financial institutions
Financial institutions 

 Spanish
Non-financial institutions
Financial institutions 

 French
Non-financial institutions
Financial institutions 

 Italian
Non-financial institutions
Financial institutions

 Portuguese

Non-financial institutions
Financial institutions  

 Indonesian
Non-financial institutions
Financial institutions 

 Simplified Chinese
Non-financial institutions
Financial institutions 

 Traditional Chinese 
Non-financial institutions
Financial institutions 

 Japanese
Non-financial institutions
Financial institutions 

 Korean
Non-financial institutions
Financial institutions 

 Vietnamese 
Non-financial institutions
Financial institutions 

 Bulgarian
Non-financial institutions
Financial institutions
 Polish
Non-financial institutions
Financial institutions 

 Turkish
Non-financial institutions
Financial institutions 

 Hungarian
Non-financial institutions
Financial institutions 

 Romanian
Non-financial institutions
Financial Institutions

 Russian
Non-financial institutions
Financial institutions 

 Czech
Non-financial institutions
Financial institutions 


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