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Are corporates’ centralisation needs being met by their banking partners?
It is essential for corporates to communicate the finer details to their banking partners; banks must be honest about their limitations in delivering results.

Sep 23, 2013 | Esther Tan

If recent trends are of any indication, corporates are increasingly gravitating towards regional treasury centres (RTCs). As discussed during a recent Sibos conference on “Best practices in the centralisation of treasury functions: Are corporates and banks aligned?”, whether these RTCs are located in Singapore, Hong Kong or other financial hubs, corporate treasurers are now looking at how banks can provide them with a one-stop view of cash flows for better visibility and cash mobility.


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Categories: Cash, Treasury & Trade, Customer Centricity, Operational Risk & Security, Technology & Operations, Transaction Banking
Keywords: SWIFT, RTC, Centralisation, Cash Mobility, Sibos 2013
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