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July 25, 2013 by Keith in Blog
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Improve Your Treasury Management Systems

How is your treasury management team? Do they work well together, and is the financial reporting they offer you able to give you and your colleagues a vague idea of your cash flow forecast? If that is not the case, are you starting to feel like you need to have

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July 23, 2013 by Keith in Blog
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The Weight of Money

If you were to ask someone how they handle the weight of their money, they would probably think in terms of how much a coin weighs, or even misinterpret what you said and think you asked them how they handle the weight of their bills. What you really mean is

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July 18, 2013 by Keith in Blog
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Sleep Easier Understanding Your Cash Flow

For a business or individual, nothing creates more sleepless nights than not knowing what tomorrow brings. Many people lie awake at night worrying about things like future cash flow when a simple bit of cash flow forecasting can ease their worries and contribute to better sleep. There are many different

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July 16, 2013 by Keith in Blog
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What Business Owners Do For Fun

The average person might be intimidated by the mere idea of cash flow analysis, but for the intelligent treasurers this is an on-going process. People who want to make sure that they are making the best investment and debt decisions are consistently reviewing all of their financial information as part

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July 11, 2013 by Keith in Blog
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What is an In-House Bank?

An in-house bank acts much like a commercial bank, but is not a regulated or licensed financial institution. These banks offer a number of services, including inter-company lending and external payments. In-house banks can take deposits, manage inter-company loans, and make foreign currency payments.  In-house banks are usually used by

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July 09, 2013 by Keith in Blog
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Benefits of Cash Flow Forecasting

An important part of cash management for any business is knowing how much money will be flowing in or out of any bank account at any given time.  This visibility provides the ability for better cash management and avoids future financial obligations.  Cash flow forecasting gives businesses the ability to

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July 04, 2013 by Keith in Blog
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Monitor Your Business Activities Overseas

If you have accounts overseas, you should be able to monitor and make use of them in real time. Nothing is worse that learning about a great opportunity after the window has closed. If anything, you would probably rather not know it was ever there, at all. Part of the

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July 02, 2013 by Keith in Blog
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Make the Most of Your In-House Bank

Your in-house bank is where the most important part of your financial world resides. It does not matter how well any of your other business ventures do, if your in-house bank is not making the most of every available opportunity. When it comes to things like cash optimization, foreign exchange

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June 27, 2013 by Keith in Blog
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How To Free Up Global Cash?

When you go over your financial statements, you surely understand that you do not have the cash on hand that you could have, should you run your business more efficiently. In part, this is probably due to a lack of the right technology. You need to be able to integrate

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June 25, 2013 by Keith in Blog
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Have You Outgrown Your Staff?

You can get so busy managing the day-to-day processes of your business that you completely overlook the fact that your business has outgrown the staff that you hired to deal with the individual details. Where you have individuals, you need departments. Where you have departments, you need firms. Business growth

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