Automation is making inroads into corporate treasuries – but according to Calastone’s Chief Revenue Officer, Ed Lopez, much more work needs to be done to modernise treasury management, reduce costs and human error, and meet new compliance and ESG standards.
Treasury management tools are now part of the fabric of corporate treasuries. Few dispute that the right TMS can be a huge asset to the treasury leaders. But critics say the technology still falls short in areas such as short-term investments and integration with counterparties.
Chief Revenue Officer, Calastone
To discuss how treasurers, TMS vendors and financial services providers can work together towards a more integrated and automated approach to managing short-term investment needs, several industry experts recently participated in a webinar hosted by TMI.