Financial Sciences Corporation, has changed its business model to better meet clients’ needs for a full-service treasury solution. ‘Our clients consist of large multinational corporations, with regional treasury centers in Europe, the U.S., and Asia, and with dozens or hundreds of affiliates and subsidiaries worldwide,’ states Nicholas Mitsos, co-founder and Managing Director of Financial Sciences Corporation. ‘The task of setting up and running an enterprise treasury system, which requires linking all of these operations with an in-house bank at headquarters, requires considerable expertise and technical resources. We are offering to multinationals a full-service solution that will provide the benefits of global treasury integration faster, less expensively and more reliably than other alternatives.’
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