The Transportation, Aviation and Logistic (TAL) sector is currently undergoing various substantive changes. Collectively, these changes are providing opportunities for TAL company boardrooms and their corporate treasuries alike. Ziad Kabbara, Global Sector Head, Transportation, Aviation and Logistics, Global Liquidity and Cash Management at HSBC, outlines some of the ways of seizing and capitalising on these opportunities.
M&A activity, cost base reduction, unfamiliar markets and new technology are just a few of hurdles facing TAL sector treasuries today. Nevertheless, any treasury that surmounts them is also opening the door to multiple opportunities and beneﬁts. Collectively, these hurdles require considerable focus in terms of both cost and available resources, so many TAL treasuries make use of some external assistance to meet their operational workload. This makes a TAL treasury’s choice of partner bank critical to its success in supporting the business with efficient ﬁnancial processes and adequate working capital, as well as seizing the associated opportunities.
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