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  • Mastering Cash Flow Stability: A Primer on Cash Flow Hedging Strategies

    Cash flow volatility refers to the unpredictable fluctuations in a company’s cash inflows and outflows over a specific period. It’s a natural aspect of business operations influenced by various factors, such as market demand, economic conditions, and unexpected expenses. Understanding and managing cash flow volatility are crucial for businesses because they directly impact financial stability […]

  • Digitizing Treasury: Cloud-Based Solutions vs On-Site Systems

    In the modern realm of finance, the choice between traditional on-site Treasury and Risk Management Systems (TRMS) and modern cloud-based treasury solutions is pivotal. Let’s delve into the transformative benefits of cloud-based systems over their on-premises counterparts. What is an On-Premises Treasury Management System? On-premises TRMS, once a cornerstone of financial automation, now presents several […]

  • How to Automate Compliance for Hedge Accounting

    Special hedge accounting is an elective accounting treatment under U.S. and International accounting principles. An organization must first qualify for special hedge accounting and then follow ongoing compliance requirements to remain qualified.

  • Transforming Your Treasury Data with Reconcile to Zero (RTZ)

    One of the most difficult and frustrating exercises in treasury is understanding and communicating the results of a balance sheet hedge program.

  • 8 Risks of Spreadsheets in Treasury & How a TMS Can Help

    In the late 1990s and into the early 2000s, the spreadsheet was the treasury and accounting tool of choice. Computer programs were still relatively primitive, and the smart phone had not yet arrived. Business professionals leaned heavily on spreadsheets due to their flexibility, powerful set of available formulas and relative ease of use.

  • All-in-One vs. Best-of-Breed Treasury Technology

    For many years, corporations had to decide if they should purchase an all-in-one or best-of-breed treasury workstation.