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A new way to manage your house bank G/L accounts in SAP S/4HANA release 2009

Bank account subledger

The most recent S/4HANA Finance for cash management completes the bank account management (BAM) functionality with a bank account subledger concept. This final enhancement allows the Treasury team to assume full ownership in the bank account management life-cycle.

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Centralized FX risk hedging to a base currency in SAP Treasury

Implementing a hedging strategy to hedge against one common currency (the “base” currency) in SAP Treasury may be a daunting task, but in isolating and focusing on the individual building blocks required to bring this strategy to life, the challenge may not be as difficult as first anticipated.

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Intercompany netting at Inmarsat

At Inmarsat, intercompany netting is gross amount based and settled via their SAP In-House bank solution, however, the current setup made intercompany reconciliation difficult and intercompany funding needs less transparent. We offered a solution.

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SAP migration tools for treasury data

A successful SAP implementation or SAP enhancement requires a successful data migration. There are numerous ways to organize an effective data transfer, even to the point where it is quite hard to navigate amongst them. One way to simplify the choice is to use the standard solutions provided by SAP itself. This approach has a few advantages, however, also has its limitations.

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Technology considerations to provide operational resilience

Economic crises pose a real threat to organizations, the systems they rely upon and the people they serve, regardless of whether they are caused by natural disasters, political turmoil, or the changing economic climate. While there are many preventative measures to deploy, including well-known disaster recovery and crisis scenario-planning methods, it is important to understand that technology, next to being at risk, can also help to mitigate the risks, accelerate change, and expand access to critical systems and resources.

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