Financial stresses can develop a life of their own, as the aftershocks of 2008 evolved into sovereign concerns. Various banks continue to face challenges, with questions arising from their own financial exposures and resiliency, coupled with increasing regulatory obligations. This has compelled corporates, even as their cash balances rise, to revisit their banking strategies, with increased emphasis on counterparty quality and contingency capacity. Fortunately, as David Li, Head of Liquidity, Asia Pacific at J.P. Morgan Treasury & Securities Services explains, there are still ways in which both risk and return can be managed.
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