Basel III is set to be the biggest regulatory change for decades and will drastically impact the relationship between corporate treasurers and their banks and have a significant impact bank lending, cash management and hedging.
In this article from GTNews Marcus Barrabés Rebollo from PwC looks at the major points and their potential impact.
In this article from Treasury & Risk, Jerry Klein and Brendan Jones look at the changing attitudes of companies as they start to feel more comfortable investing again and what the two key drivers for this change of heart are.
The maintenance of stable, robust funding has been an imperative of all banks since banks were first created. But like all objectives that are more art than science, devising an effective metric that gives an accurate picture of the funding position of a bank has proved somewhat problematic. Full article from Treasury Insider here http://tinyurl.com/o6gykrx
Overview of achieving better cash visibility and maintaining Liquidity in today's climate by Uppili Raghavachari, Senior Manager and Leader on Deloitte’s cash management consulting team. Published on the Treasury Today website
Ensuring liquidity at all times is the major task of any treasury. This not only requires an accurate and daily cash position over the whole group but also a cash flow forecast that shows future liquidity. It enables timely and appropriate funding decisions to be made. The following criteria need discussing before a cash flow forecast is implemented:
The planning categories that make up your forecasting structure.
The time horizon.
The time buckets of your forecast
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