Minimising borrowing, particularly for short-term liquidity management, is a priority for most treasurers.
During the final roundtable discussion at the Cash Management University, speakers discussed some of the conclusions of the various workshops that had taken place during the event.Participating in the roundtable were: Mario Bruni, Managing Director UK Branch, Fiat Finance & Trade Ltd; Raffi Basmadjian, Group Treasurer, France Telecom-Orange; Pierre Fersztand, Global Head of Cash Management, BNP Paribas, and Gerd Klevenz, Head of Treasury Operations & Processes, Global Treasury, SAP;chaired by Helen Sanders, Editorial Director, TMI.
The conversation centred around four related questions, which together addressed a wide variety of the topics of discussion during the workshops, all under the theme of how best to make cash work, both in-country and cross-border (figure 1).
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