Cash management methodology 2001
Cash management 2001: Top two dominate as treasurers vote on best providers
Euromoney polled treasurers and financial officers at 1,250 non-financial corporates in 44 countries. We received 129 replies.
Respondents were asked :
1. Which bank now provided the best three cash management services overall, on a 4:3:2 scoring scale.
2. To rate services provided by their lead ICM on a sliding scale of 1=excellent; 2=good; 3="neither good nor bad" - shown here as "OK"; 4=poor; 5=very poor). The mode score for each category was then taken, ie, a mode score of 1 was graded as "Excellent", a mode of 2 as "Good", and so on.
3. To rank the top five criteria when selecting cash management service providers, both international and domestic. The most important criterion scored 5 points, down to one point for the fifth most important criterion).
In the internet section, there were insufficient responses and/or themes to enable elaboration on the "No" votes for both questions.
Treasurers' votes are aggregated to include subsidiaries where appropriate.