As a treasurer, managing cash is a primary responsibility, regardless of the size and industry of your company. On top of that, treasury works with the rest of the business to manage cashflow and efficiency and risks.
We have prepared a series of treasury concepts that may benefit your business. Whether you are looking to expand internationally, set up a treasury centre or shared service centre, or simply manage liquidity more effectively, these treasury management techniques will provide new perspectives on optimising cash management.
Click on a concept to find out what it is about, why it is important and how you can employ it in your business. You can also go to Treasury Prism to simulate these treasury and cash management solutions in real-time.
Free Trade Zones in Asia
Free Trade Zones (FTZs) are a critical part of the commercial landscape in Asia. Each market has customs, financial regulations and restric... Read More
Receivables is a key component of working capital management, and there are a wide range of solutions to facilitate efficient management of... Read More
Cash balances in different accounts are notionally offset to derive the net balance, which is then used to calculate interest. Read More
A centralised treasury is one way to reduce the tax burden, centralise risk management, improve liquidity and enhance yield on cash. Read More
A centralised management of payments for the organisation to drive greater visibility, control and efficiency in the execution process. Read More
Risk management is a critical element for treasury as risks can result in positive or negative implications for the business. Read More
Cash management is the process of collecting, making payments and managing cashflow and investments. Treasurers are responsible for achievi... Read More