Posts Tagged ‘cash flow’

Brexit Lessons Learned: How to Prepare for FX Market Shocks

After 51.9% of UK citizens voted for a Brexit 0n 23rd June 2016, the pound plunged to a 30-year low and markets from New York to Tokyo were hit by extreme volatility. Although Britain’s finance minister assured that the UK was prepared for the unexpected, the pound lost again the following Monday. Post this date…

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5 Steps to Build an In-House Bank

In a Reval recent poll, 63% of respondents said they were already implementing or planning to introduce in-house banking to reduce costs, increase control and improve visibility. Treasurers in multinational organizations face high complexity. As their teams operate across many countries, currencies, systems and regulatory regimes, it is difficult to keep an overview on enterprise-wide cash…

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VaR / CFaR: Differences in a Nutshell

Most finance professionals are familiar with the concept of Value at Risk (VaR), since it is widely used by financial institutions to estimate the potential loss of market values on a portfolio. The Cash Flow at Risk (CFaR) approach is a close cousin of VaR, measuring potential shortfalls of cash flow impacting the P&L statement…

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