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Trade confirmations

Despite the tremendous push towards fully automating trade confirmations between banks and corporates in recent years, many transactions are still confirmed manually. Manual confirmations are slow and error-prone, putting both sides of the trade at risk. In addition, many international regulations such as EMIR and Dodd-Frank have demanded an increase in automation.

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Devil in the (design) details

Treasury technology implementation

As a result of the increased demand for (real time) treasury data, in combination with an ever changing regulatory landscape, treasurers are looking to increase their visibility on liquidity and financial risks. Technology plays a crucial role in managing the increased complexity in treasury operations more efficiently to meet these goals. Hence, to strengthen control and visibility of treasury related activities throughout the company, many corporates aim to centralize and standardize their treasury activities as much as possible by deploying appropriate treasury technology. For example, by implementing a new TMS, upgrading their current TMS to the latest version or implement a specialized / add on functionality in a different best of breed system.

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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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Bank connectivity – Making the right choices

In this article we explore some methods to connect corporate ERP or treasury systems with partner banks. In addition, it explores some trends on how SWIFT is accessed and covers SAP’s Multi-Bank Connectivity tool.

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An interactive view on sanction screening challenges

In April 2019, Zanders has organized a breakfast session on sanction screening. We were happy to welcome over 20 professionals from a variety of multinational corporates who actively shared their experiences with sanction screenings. Several aspects of the process and related issues were discussed.

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