Nearly five years after the recent Great Recession, corporations are still haunted by some of the same pitfalls and risks that preceded the crisis. Corporate treasurers continue to juggle unprecedented amounts of cash across multiple, potentially risky bank counterparties and invest these funds based on stale investment policies with sometimes inflexible limits. Despite improvements in technology, treasurers’ task of funding ongoing business and taking advantage of opportunities for growth is becoming more challenging as cash is spread over more and more countries and banks. It is vital for corporate treasurers to reevaluate their investment policies to ensure effective visibility and governance.
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