Dynamic balance

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Dynamic balance is a form of treasury organisation and authority which is a compromise between full centralisation, and decentralisation.

Dynamic balance involves the sharing of responsibility between the centre and subsidiaries. Authority moves between centre and subsidiaries on the basis of a continuing dialogue about which party is best suited to make particular decisions.


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