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Trade Receivables ABS Gain as Funding Tool

There’s a growing market enabling companies in a variety of industries to monetize their receivables and relieve pressure on working capital.

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  • Investment Management October 31, 2014

    Cats Looking Attractive to Corporates

    Long lasting low rates have prompted corporates to invest in catastrophe risk, a growing but still relatively obscure corner of the capital markets in which an investment can disappear in a flash but also provide a hedge against... Read More

  • Capital Markets October 30, 2014

    European Loan Standards Still Easing

    ECB Q3 bank survey shows loosening of credit requirements and growing demand for loans.Credit standards for loans to non financial corporations continued to ease in the third quarter, although at a slightly less rapid rate than in the previous quarter.

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  • Investment Management October 29, 2014

    New Proactive, Dynamic Investment Policies Needed

    MMF and Basel III rules are dramatically changing cash management options. 

    Treasury cash managers have to be more proactive about their investment policies as money fund reforms and Basel III begin to transform the options available to them. At a recent webinar featuring investment specialists from StoneCastle Cash Management, Fitch... Read More

  • Capital Markets October 28, 2014

    Time is Right for European Corp Bonds

    European government bond yields may be very low for a long time, a likelihood that should prompt treasury executives considering those investments to take the plunge rather than stay in cash, according to a Prudential Financial report. Likewise, it might also be a good time to issue euro-denominated debt as well. 

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  • Capital Markets October 27, 2014

    Banks Begin Cutting Back on Leveraged Lending

    Regulatory scrutiny and upcoming reviews prompt rollback. 

    Fitch says that banks are cutting back on their leveraged lending due to growing regulatory scrutiny and the need to prepare for future Shared National Credit (SNC) reviews. The reviews are carried out in the spring and the results of the latest review are to be published soon.

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  • Regulatory Watch October 24, 2014

    Attrition Could Thin Ranks of FX Dealers: Report

    Trend toward trading volume consolidation could have impact on corporate FX transactions. 

    The largest global FX dealers are slowly gobbling up market share, according to a report from Greenwich Associates. The reason is that it is getting more and more expensive to stay in the market, as dealers find themselves an escalating environment when it comes to technology. So, in the immortal words of Grand Master Flash,... Read More

  • Emerging Markets October 23, 2014

    Fight China Pilot Fatigue with Bolder Asks

    A series of meetings in China suggest bolder action by MNCs to improve cash management through pilot programs. 

    The ability to implement liquidity management solutions to ease moving cash in and out of China continues to improve—even if not at the pace and with the consensus certainty that everyone would like. That’s one of the major takeaways from conversations The NeuGroup had in China last week with bankers, Asia... Read More

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