• Liquidity Management: Thriving in a new world

Companies need to update their liquidity strategy to take account of the new financial environment. Suppressed lending appetites and low interest rates have characterised the ‘new normal’ since 2008 and created a paradigm shift, which both banks and corporates have yet to fully absorb. They face a financial landscape that is the polar opposite of the pre-crisis environment, with negative interest rates and cash deposits that cost money to maintain. They must also contend with a host of new environmental and regulatory factors, as well as liquidity shortages and volatility

Deutsche Bank explores factors currently influencing liquidity and how some of these have radically changed outcomes for corporates when managing their cash, borrowings, deposits and short- and long-term investments. This initiative is designed to help corporate treasurers thrive in this new environment by understanding the drivers shaping this new financial landscape and adopting new and more successful liquidity strategies.

WHITE PAPER

Liquidity Management: Thriving in a new world Liquidity Management: Thriving in a new world

The white paper explores factors currently influencing liquidity for corporates, and how some of these have radically changed outcomes when managing their cash, borrowings, deposits, short- and long-term investments

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Goodyear’s new tracks for cross-currency liquidity Goodyear’s new tracks for cross-currency liquidity

Goodyear’s treasury team partnered with Deutsche Bank to introduce an automated cross-currency liquidity structure. flow explores how this new solution helps the treasury team reduce operational risk and bolster operational efficiencies

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Preparing for real-time liquidity Preparing for real-time liquidity

Although the industry has started on the journey towards real-time cash and liquidity management, there is still no common view of what the destination might look like. Addressing this lack of standardisation and defined industry practice is essential

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