Today's digital transformation journey is enabling corporates to become increasingly sophisticated in all aspects of cash management. The digital enablers require a higher degree of technological understanding on the part of both the banks and corporates, increasing the complexity of the corporate treasurer's role. These demands, combined with ongoing developments in bank regulation, (including Basel III and changes to money market fund rules) have already had an impact on bank and customer behaviour.
Notwithstanding the technological developments, the fundamental challenge for the corporate treasurer remains the same: to preserve capital and ensure sufficient liquidity to meet business needs while maximising the returns on surplus cash.
Intellect's Liquidity Management suite is strongly influenced by this fundamental challenge. The principles of cash management apply to all corporate treasurers and our complementary product modules make effective cash management achievable:
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Most powerful on the market
Win that elusive RFP by having just the right cross-entity, cross-currency and cross-country structure to offer. Not just cash control, but investments, deposit management, forecasts and operational account management.
Set the policy and the rest is automatic. Elevate the daily tasks of your clients’ staff.
Revenue from cash
Mine balances for surpluses and channel them into overnight investments. Balances becoming cash-rich through receivables are ready for the next investment cycle
Free-up capital to avoid overdrawn accounts
Receive contextual alerts when an account not protected by a liquidity structure might be overdrawn. This might save you from the embarrassment of being unable to meet a payment obligation.
Compete to win
With 23% of the world’s sweeping structures passing through LMS, your competitors are offering superb liquidity management, catering for regulations of over 50 countries.
Driving customer value & market leadership.
1 April 2020