Real-time treasury

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The concept of a treasury with fully automated routine processing which is updated instantly and data displayed immediately.

Real-time treasury aims to helps treasurers make timely decisions based on live information.

Key benefits of real-time treasury include:

  • eliminating labour-intensive processes
  • reducing the need for hedging and liquidity buffers
  • lowering gross debt
  • eliminating FX exposures faster
  • reducing local bank credit risk

Vision for the future

While a fully real-time treasury remains a vision for the future, its building blocks are already in place, with the instruments, solutions and technology that real-time treasury will rely on already proven and in use.
The road to real-time treasury, Deutsche Bank, page 24

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