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7 Steps to Treasury Transformation

Treasury transformation refers to the definition and implementation of the future state of a treasury department. This includes treasury organization & strategy, the banking landscape, system infrastructure and treasury workflows & processes.

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The evolving role of treasury

A Transformation project can help treasury to cement its position as an important strategic partner to the business, say Arn knol and Mark van Ommen

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Treasury Transformation

Treasury transformation refers to the definition and implementation of the future state of a treasury department. This includes redisigning the treasury organization & strategy, the banking landscape, system infrastructure and treasury workflows & processes.

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A new, streamlined connection to the banks

EBAM: efficient bank account management for corporates is now on the right track

Efficiency, productivity, growth, risk control and reporting quality are continuous points of attention for virtually any organization. These issues therefore also affect the corporate treasury processes. Bank account management, one of the building blocks of treasury, has become a focal point during the past few years. Demand for – and now also supply of – applications for electronic management of corporate bank accounts has increased.

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Creating a win-win situation with Wallet Distribution

Bank relationship management

With a shift in risk awareness and a trend for corporates to diversify their banking partners, Zanders has devised a model to objectively review banking relationships from a corporate perspective. So what is the Wallet Distribution Model and how does it work?

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