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
The results are in and reveal an important area of opportunity neglected by corporations. On average, the 135 respondents to our Bank Fee Analysis (BFA) Flash Survey spend in excess of $250,000 per year on bank services and maintain millions of dollars of deposits.
Second quarter results are in, and NDepth Bank Fee Analysis revealed that Insurance companies are earning well below market rate on their cash balances.
H.R. 2319/S. 1117 – The Importance of Restoring State and Local Government Access to Money Market Funds
New MMF regulations that were implemented in October 2016 are having major negative consequences for issuers and borrowers of debt held by money market funds. Specifically, Tax-Exempt MMFs (TE MMFs) are closing and assets are leaving. This is drying up a very important municipal financing conduit. Additionally, the flight of assets out of Prime MMFs is resulting in higher borrowing costs for municipalities as the pool of available capital decreases.