Companies merge cash management and foreign exchange to tackle risk

Cash management and foreign exchange were, until recently, two separate disciplines within the majority of corporates. Now, with pressure on capital levels and ongoing volatility in forex markets, companies are discovering the efficiencies that an integrated approach to cash management and forex can foster


For corporates, the post-crisis era has been a period of adaptation to new challenges, such as increased currency volatility and lower availability of credit from banks. It has also been about exploiting new opportunities, such as the growing importance of emerging markets to the global economy. These trends have accelerated the integration of cash management and foreign exchange, which until just a few years ago were clearly distinct for many companies.

The tighter credit environment –

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Stemming the tide of rising FX settlement risk

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