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HSBC surpasses Citi to clinch top spot in Euromoney’s 12th annual cash management survey

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HSBC has been voted the number-one international cash manager (ICM) by non-financial companies and financial institutions globally in Euromoney’s 12th annual cash management survey.

It is the first time since 2006 that HSBC has been voted the number-one global ICM by non-financial companies in the survey, breaking the dominance of Citi, which for the past five years has been ranked number one in this category. Behind Citi, Deutsche Bank is this year ranked third, Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) fourth and BNP Paribas fifth.

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