The opportunity to leapfrog

How does this work in practice?

Corporates can nominate an entity to be their in-house bank. The first step is generally to move to a consolidated liquidity model and then add other functions such risk management and payments and collections. We have partnered with several firms who were culturally operating in a decentralized fashion and helped them to leapfrog to a future-proofed Treasury set-up. These players have leveraged the latest IHB tools to initiate and progress their journey towards centralized liquidity models.

Clients have adopted full-fledged Virtual Account solutions allowing for immediate visibly and availability of cash at Treasury entity level, and a swift redeployment across the Group. These set-ups can help Clients retain their existing operational processes and ensures scalability and the emergence of a more centralized model.

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