Using technology to build a nimble and proactive treasury organisation

Regino, Leslie; Bernardelli, Simone
December 2008
Journal of Corporate Treasury Management;Dec2008, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p175
Academic Journal
The liquidity crisis may not have reached the end of its downward spiral; however, institutions can make proactive internal modifications to combat this turbulent financial playing field. This paper will explain how various technology solutions may lead to greater centralisation, transparency and optimisation in a more pragmatic, timely fashion than other solutions or investments. Integrated solutions between financial institutions and their corporate customers do exist and the technology is gaining competency and accuracy.


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