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You’re wasting your time forecasting

If it takes you more than 30 minutes to update your global daily cash forecast, you need to evaluate the tools and methods in your cash forecasting process. If you still rely on Excel for cash forecasting, you need to adjust your entire cash forecast workflow.

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Cash is king, but visibility is key

Immediate payments are already available in a number of countries but it’s only since the European Payments Council (EPC) proposed the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) instant payments initiative, in November 2015, that a lot of buzz has been created in the world of payments regarding the concept of instant payments.

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Virtual Accounts

Bridging the gap between Treasury and the Business

Virtual accounts (VAs) were initially available in a limited number of countries and offered by a select number of banks, however, the product gained significant global acceptance by banks as a product that they should offer to their clients.

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How negative interest rates will affect treasury

A few years ago it was deemed highly unlikely that euro interest rates would move below the perceived floor of zero. Nowadays, we encounter a sub-zero interest-rate environment that raises many challenges for a treasury department. In our opinion, the challenge of negative interest rates for treasurers can be considered as challenges for the treasury operations and challenges from an investment perspective.

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Bracing for Brexit

At the end of February 2016, Prime Minister David Cameron announced that Britain would have a referendum on 23rd June 2016 to vote on whether it will remain in the European Union (EU). The referendum will be a simple “Leave” or “Remain” vote and the announcement came after the finalization of negotiations on Britain’s relationship with EU, in which Cameron secured a number of key concessions considered a pre-requisite for the government to support a “Remain” campaign.

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