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Treasury optimization in Asia

The Age of Asian Treasury

As the Asian century is set to begin and the region continues to build on its reputation as a growth powerhouse, an increasing number of global multinationals have significant business in the region. At the same time, Asian corporations are expanding outside their home countries, both within the region and beyond, and are looking to achieve greater operational and financial efficiency.

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Global optimization

As trailblazers of growth, many Asian Tigers’s corporate treasuries have had to grow and learn to react to business complexities and changes in their environments very quickly. Over the past decades, many of these treasuries have been able to rapidly develop their levels of maturity and integration in a relatively short time during recent periods of economic growth and prosperity.

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The value of capacity continuity

Treasury Continuity Service

Companies that only have a modest treasury department are vulnerable. In the event of absences, gaps can quickly arise in treasury processes. So how can temporary shortfalls in capacity and knowledge be quickly and effectively plugged? Lisette Overmars and Laura Koekkoek explain.

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Cash Pooling at Insurance Companies

The cash management trend of pooling and centralizing excess cash has been a focus area for most treasury departments over the past decade. The are many benefits to this approach, including gaining a centralized visibility of cash, an improved utilization of funds and the optimization of bank account structures. With this centralization, the aim is to ensure the best utilization of the organization’s cash, typically either paying off credit lines or by making short- or medium-term investments at better rates.

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TMS providers need to change gear to prepare for IBOR Reform

The discontinuation of the IBOR rates promises to be one of the most significant changes to the financial markets in decades. Some people argue that it will impact the financial industry even more than Brexit does.

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