Combining two treasury departments into one unit can be complicated and overwhelming. Within a tight timeframe, you need to integrate technology, policies, processes, banking structure and staff while not missing a beat on your routine treasury activities.
Treasury Strategies’ teams have assisted with many acquisitions. We know exactly how to help you integrate into one efficient operation. We’ll help you achieve:
- Cost savings
- Economies of scale
- Assured control and risk management
- Uniform treasury policies
- Consolidated and effective processes and organization
- Integrated technology
DIVESTITURE TREASURY SERVICES
Properly executing the spin-off of a business is challenging. Treasury must disconnect and then establish separate banking structures, credit facilities, technology, processes and controls. The new treasury must be established under a tight timeframe while not missing a beat on routine treasury activities for both the legacy and new treasury.
Treasury Strategies’ teams have assisted with many divestitures. We know exactly how to help you create a spin-off treasury. Our team will:
- Assess your treasury structures and processes
- Design a separate treasury function
- Plan and manage the spin-off process
- Restructure treasury for each organization
- Maintain operational readiness
You have a day job. When a special project comes up, keep your day job and put your trust in Treasury Strategies. We’ll supplement your treasury team with seasoned and knowledgeable temporary staff to:
- Deliver momentum to your project
- Increase your capacity
- Provide specialized expertise
- Perform mission-critical functions during staff shortages
Tony Carfang will be a guest speaker on this webinar hosted by Wells Fargo.
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