Cash Management

In-House Banking

Gain full visibility across all accounts so you can track and manage your liquidity requirements. Holistically view all of your funds and dedicate them to other internal entities where required, reducing the cost of external banking requirements. Pair in-house banking with our Payments solution to handle all foreign debt and lending activities in one centralized location, eliminating unnecessary currency exchange fees.

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Intelligent Monitoring

GTreasury’s in-house banking proactively monitors, reports and takes action on balances associated with any in-house account(s). Clients are able to setup auto transfers on target balances, and if a threshold is breached, GTreasury automatically suggests the recommended transfer. This eliminates the need to constantly check activity and make more real-time decisions. In-house bank statements can be generated and automatically sent out on a configurable basis.

In-house Banking Solutions Reduce Bank Accounts

Reduce Bank Accounts

Manage granular transaction activities for each banking unit within GTreasury, without the need to create external bank accounts and having to work in external reporting systems.

In-house Banking Solutions Decrease External Borrowing Costs

Decrease External Borrowing Costs

Clients have the ability to track in-house balances across the organization and calculate the appropriate interest earned/paid over any given time period. Borrowing from cash rich operations enables cash poor operations to be supported by internal loans, versus leveraging more expensive external loans.

In-house Banking Solutions Internal Payments Functions

Internal Payments Function

Transfers can also be conducted through an in-house banking structure(s), including notional and physical transfers between accounts based on the region. Users can net all internal invoicing activity and internal transfers by creating pools and structures within GTreasury in a way that best suits the organization.

Key Features

  • Assigning and grouping transactions in the appropriate functional, legal, or taxable region

  • Virtual accounts
  • Pool accounts and in any way that best suits your organization

  • FX rates and data to research currency exposures