The 2010 guide to Liquidity Management
Standard Chartered Bank
Liquidity survey 2010: Releasing liquidity, wherever possible
At a time of scarce liquidity, corporate treasurers are focusing attention on integrated approaches to managing their resources. Euromoney’s survey finds how the leading market players are enabling companies to keep tabs on liquidity and get access to it when and where they need it.
Deutsche Bank’s e-commerce platform offers fresh approach to liquidity management
Deutsche Bank’s dynamic e-commerce platform, Autobahn, offers – among other functionalities - a fresh holistic approach to cash and liquidity management. This is aimed at reducing complexity and improving efficiency across the entire treasury value chain, says Lisa Rossi, global head of liquidity management in Deutsche Bank’s Global Transaction Banking division.
Euromoney 2010 Liquidity Management Survey results
Getting a grip on global cash
New visibility and control solutions to meet the challenges of a post-crisis global marketplace.
Liquidity risk management: new challenges at hand
Global liquidity practices – a three-year outlook
The world economy appears to be on a cautious recovery path. Markets are characterized by excess liquidity and low interest rates. Some governments and central banks have begun tentatively withdrawing fiscal stimulus and draining liquidity. Economic data from Asia remains broadly positive, though downbeat figures from the United States and Europe have raised concerns about a doubledip recession. What do these uncertainties - triggered by regional imbalances - mean for global corporates planning their liquidity management strategies over the next three years? Lee Swee Siong, global head, global corporates cash and trade product at Standard Chartered Bank, offers his insights.
Resisting pressure on working capital
Companies face difficult times, but instead of just bracing themselves for the impact, treasurers should be taking action by optimizing working capital and finding new ways to finance the business. By Patrik Zekkar, Head of Trade and Supply Chain Finance Sweden, at SEB.
Euromoney October 2009
The global financial climate has forced treasurers to focus on making the best use of resources, wherever they may be. Technological developments are making that easier, but they are also having to cope with a tighter regulatory environment.