Clients Go Live on GTreasury’s Integrated Treasury & Risk Solution
GTreasury, in April 2018, acquired the Sydney-based Visual Risk, provider of the region’s leading risk management solution, which like GTreasury, was built on the Microsoft technology stack. GTreasury now offers any combination of Cash Management, Payments, Financial Instruments, Accounting, Banking, Risk Management, and Hedge Accounting in one SaaS solution.
First Clients Go Live on GTreasury’s Single Solution for Treasury and Risk Management
The first corporate treasury clients to use both cash and risk capabilities on GTreasury’s new single SaaS solution for treasury and risk management are now live, GTreasury announced today at the annual conference of the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP), taking place in GTreasury’s headquarter city, Chicago.
GTreasury Hires Chief Revenue Officer Kirk Dauksavage
GTreasury announced today that it has hired financial technology and C-suite veteran Kirk Dauksavage to drive sales globally as its Chief Revenue Officer. GTreasury provides software-as-a-service (SaaS) for integrated treasury and risk management to corporations in the North America, EMEA and APAC regions.
US Corporate Funding: Future Shock
It’s been a good year for most US corporates, as the economy continues to power ahead and they enjoy the largesse of the president’s corporate tax cuts. But there are red flags on the horizon.
GTreasury to Join FedEx and Lockton at AFP Chicago
Treasury and finance practitioners can save money by thinking differently about their bank account analysis statements, says GTreasury Senior Product Marketing Manager Stacey Gilmore, who will join executives from FedEx and Lockton in a live session at this year’s Association for Financial Professionals (AFP) conference. The session, The Power from Within: A New Way of Reviewing Bank Fees, will take place on Monday, November 5 at 10:30 a.m. in room W196C, where attendees will also earn CTP/CCM and CPE credits.
GTreasury Releases New Module for ASC 815 Hedge Accounting Standard Update
Corporate treasury departments accounting for derivatives under FASB’s ASC 815 hedge accounting standard can now use a new software module from GTreasury to comply with the accounting standard update (ASU), effective January 2019 for public companies. GTreasury is an integrated SaaS solution for treasury and risk management.
GTreasury Deepens Integration with Visual Risk for a Single Treasury and Risk Management Experience, Globally
New functionality introduced in GTreasury’s latest product development cycles builds upon the integration of its global cash and risk management system, an effort which began earlier this year when GTreasury acquired Sydney-based Visual Risk. Corporate treasury professionals attending this year’s #EuroFinance International Treasury Management conference in Geneva can see a demonstration of GTreasury’s SaaS treasury and risk management system at stand #L25/26.
GTreasury to Discuss Global Cash Visibility at EuroFinance, Geneva
Corporate treasury organizations struggling to gain visibility into global cash will have an opportunity to hear from their peers and SaaS treasury and risk management provider, GTreasury, in a panel discussion at EuroFinance’s International Treasury Management conference in Geneva. The session, “Removing the Pain from Global Cash,” will be held on Thursday, September 27 at 3:40 pm, with further discussions on cloud technology and treasury and risk management at GTreasury’s stand #L25/26.
Act Now to Address Fed’s Interest Rate End Game, Says GTreasury
Corporate treasury departments should decide now how they are going to roll over their hedged debt as interest rates rise and existing exposures mature, even if maturity is in the next year or two, says GTreasury Vice President of Market Development, Risk, Peter Seward.
Why Connectivity Matters in Liberating Trapped Cash
Cash visibility has been a primary focus of corporate treasury for many years. It is therefore surprising that multinational organizations often have an incomplete picture of their global cash resources. This can arise because of the accumulation of ‘trapped cash’, which is the surplus of cash that cannot be straightforwardly expatriated from its country of origin, usually because of local regulatory or legal restrictions.
Integrating Cash and Risk: A Next Generation TMS
In April 2018, TMS vendor GTreasury acquired Visual Risk, a leading risk management and treasury software company based in Australia. The goal of the acquisition is nothing less than to create the most comprehensive TMS in the market.
What Information Do You Need to Make Good Treasury Management Decisions?
Making sound treasury management decisions is all about being aware of how a business operates and the key risks it faces, write Alankar Karol, managing director, EMEA, GTreasury and Alok Tyagi, chief product and technology officer, GTreasury.
Risk Expert Peter Seward Joins the GTreasury Team in U.S.
On the heels of its market-changing acquisition of Sydney-based Visual Risk, treasury and risk management solution provider GTreasury has added U.S.-based risk expert, Peter Seward to its team of corporate treasury specialists, globally. Seward will serve the market as GTreasury’s Vice President of Market Development, Risk, working with prospective corporate treasury clients in understanding how to apply technology to better manage risk and its impact on cash.
Multiple Benefits of a Single Solution for Cash and Risk
On April 17, 2018, GTreasury announced that it had acquired and will merge with Visual Risk. The prospect of combining GTreasury’s cash management software with Visual Risk’s risk analytics and hedge accounting software into a single treasury and risk management solution is exciting news for the treasury systems market.
How Can Standardized Workflows Help to Reduce Risk?
Standardizing treasury processes and embedding them as workflows via a technology solution provides multiple benefits to corporate treasurers. for example, it makes it easier for central treasury to calculate cash positions and risk exposures, simply because entities are providing data in the same way. It is easier to identify and manage any financial risk exposures and is more scalable.