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SunGard Study Reveals Material FX Losses or Gains Reported in Past Twelve Months

“Increased emphasis on data integrity and analytics is driving companies to explore new solutions in FX exposure management,” said Elizabeth St-Onge, managing director of Treasury Strategies, a management consulting firm specializing in treasury, payments and liquidity. “These solutions are helping corporate treasuries access reliable, timely data for a better understanding of their current FX positions… Read more »

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Bank Relationships at Risk During Economic Recovery

The link between credit and treasury services business, though not new, intensified throughout 2009, according to a new report: “Corporate Treasury Buying Behavior – Treasury and Transaction Services” published by IDC Financial Insights and Treasury Strategies. On average, firms placed 72% of their treasury services wallet solely with credit providers, the highest ratio ever measured… Read more »

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Treasury & Cash Management – Liquidity Management

“In most cases when banks failed, the government stepped in pretty rapidly to ensure significant losses weren’t incurred for firms with processing arrangements, but you do face disruption of service,” says Mike Gallanis, a partner at consultant Treasury Strategies. Treasury & Cash Management – Liquidity Management, Denise Bedell, Global Finance Magazine, April 1, 2010. Denise… Read more »

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Treasury: Building for Rapid Growth

After last year, when many treasury staff worked mostly on managing through a crisis, 2010 is forecast to be a year when treasury professionals can turn their attention towards building for rapid growth amid a global recovery. Richard Hartung / GTNews TSI_BuildingForRapidGrowth.pdf

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The Party Gets Started in Brazil

“Back in the 1980s, Brazil was beset by hyperinflation and bound by tight regulations and close controls over the currency and capital markets, which hindered money flowing in and out of the country,” Herrick says. The Party Gets Started in Brazil, Russ Banham, Treasury and Risk, March 1, 2010. Russ Banham / Treasury and Risk

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Increasing Mid-Market Visibility

Middle-market companies are emulating large corporations by adopting more sophisticated services as they become increasingly affordable and easy to use, reports Laurie McCulley, a principal at Treasury Strategies in Chicago. Increasing Mid-Market Visibility, Richard Gamble, Treasury and Risk, February 1, 2010. Richard Gamble / Treasury and Risk

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New Game of No TAG, Richard Gamble

“This is a huge issue for corporations,” says Dave Robertson, a partner at consultancy Treasury Strategies in Chicago. “As most banks opt out, depositors go from full protection by the U.S. government to direct counterparty risk with their banks, very few of which are rated above A. That’s quite a drop-off.” Richard Gamble / Treasury… Read more »

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What Must Corporate Treasury Do To Prosper in 2010?

Corporate treasury must aggressively prepare for global recovery in 2010 by building capacity to support growth, optimizing business processes, and using the latest treasury technology. Take time now to assess capacity, processes and technology to prepare for 2010 growth, but keep a keen eye on interest rates, FX volatility, and regulatory activity. Treasury Strategies StateProfession2010.pdf

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Debt Strategy Dilemma

““We have one client with a revolver that matures in 2011, and they’re already thinking about how they want to handle it,” reports Stephen Kantor, senior consultant at Treasury Strategies in Chicago. A big issue is finding out what non-credit business will be expected by credit banks, he says. “Treasury staffs have to think about… Read more »

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