The fast payment solutions in the market and their role for businesses.
SWIFT gpi addresses financial concerns with global transparency by offering a new and fast method for processing and tracking payments.
Netting and cash pooling form the perfect in-house bank and help you achieve optimized cash and FX management, minimal cash-in-transit and FX costs.
The impact of netting on cash management: increased cash flow efficiency, faster cash allocation and optimized FX management.
Discover how netting reduces transaction fees and maximizes transparency in intercompany commerce and the associated benefits.
80% fewer complaints from beneficiaries, faster payment and secure banking relationships with respect to money laundering and state sanctions.
You might think that liquidity planning is reserved for large companies. You'd be wrong. Whether you are a start-up, small company experiencing growth or a mid sized business looking to innovate, liquidity planning is just as relevant for you.
Netting is the process of reconciling and netting intercompany invoices between two parties, resulting in a final payment and netter cashflow.
When it comes to cyber security respectively the manifold threats against it, there's no ceasefire ahead in the ongoing battle between attackers and defenders.
There is no treasury management without reliable and accurate data. Therefore obsolete, incompatible and incorrect data presents a threat to every company. We show you how optimize treasury data quality.
Sometimes what works on paper and what works in real life can be worlds apart. Sometimes what separates them is a difficult journey. And sometimes all you need is the right role model.
With efficient, secure and transparent processes generating added value for the entire organization, investing in a fully integrated TMS is always the right decision. But how can you convince the rest of your company including your CFO that a fully integrated system is the way forward?
The system should provide the right long-term support through the various stages of a company’s development, from dynamic growth or mergers to spin-offs. However, there several pitfalls you must avoid.
Payment security and fraud prevention: there isn’t a company out there that is not concerned about these issues.
Payment fraud and fraud protection are top of mind for corporates around the globe, and figures have been mounting year over year. This is clearly a topic companies literally cannot afford to be complacent about.
Once a year, the BELLIN Community gets together to celebrate outstanding treasury solutions: at the BELLIN Treasury Champions Awards ceremony at 1TC Treasury Convention.
From the vantage point of technological progress, any era preceding the current standard appears like the darkest of ages – pitifully unenlightened, primitive, ignorant and blind.
Nowadays, most companies with a larger domestic footprint or international activities have quite a few banks covering all their financing needs. This has several ramifications.
Many treasurers, CFOs and Heads of Finance struggle with finding the right approach to selecting a system, extending or replacing their existing setup or restructuring their treasury. But what can and should these consultants achieve?
The BELLIN team keeps growing and now counts over 160 people, with a number of new faces having joined in the last year. Today, let us introduce you to Dr. Wolfgang Kalthoff, BELLIN’s CTO!
How far has the standardization progressed? And what unexpected challenges have people been faced with?
What is cash management and how can I find the optimum setup for my business?
Part 2: Risk Management Strategies and Hedging
Corporate treasury is under increasing pressure: payment fraud is on the rise and security requirements are growing.
Without the personnel capacity for increased data gathering, new opportunities must be leveraged to increase richness and ensure the accuracy of available data.
Part 1: Value at Risk (VaR) – a (not quite standardized) standard ratio
For treasurers have graduated from being full-time “data collectors” and are now always aware of what’s going on in their subsidiaries.
Martin Bellin takes a look at the various systems corporate treasurers have at their disposal – Excel, ERP and TMS – and how to determine what is best for your treasury.
If you are willing to invest the effort you can net nearly every one of your offices, or at the very least involve them in the reconciliation process.
While the SOC 2 report does cover a lot of the same ground as ISO 27001 certification, they’re quite different when it comes down to the details.
It is transformative for intra-firm trade, providing a plethora of organizational advantages both for cash managers and for treasury in general.