Opportunities in Cash & Liquidity Management
by Niclas Osmund, Head of Large Corporates, Sweden, Cash Management, SEB
Liquidity management - ensuring the right amount of cash is available, at the right time and in the right place, is firmly positioned as a pivotal task for every treasurer. Over the past few years, many treasurers have made substantial progress towards increasing the visibility of their cash flow and centralising cash within countries or regions. However, industry surveys indicate year on year that liquidity management and particularly cashflow forecasting remain the greatest challenges facing trea- surers, so why have so few managed to address these areas successfully? With credit more expensive and elusive for many companies, it is now imperative to tackle these challenges head on.
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