ABN AMRO International Financial Services Company has announced the launch of its new treasury outsourcing service. The service gives treasurers the benefits of improved operational efficiency, risk management and financial control. Using Trema’s web-based technology, ABN AMRO’s expanded treasury outsourcing service allows treasurers to select the treasury activities they want to outsource, tailor the processes to their needs, retain access to all relevant information and maintain full control over those outsourced activities. It also provides an excellent solution for treasurers who need to establish regional treasury capabilities without setting up a full-blown local treasury operation. The outsourcing service covers : Inter-company loan management, Liquidity management/In-house bank activities, FX management, Risk management, Leasing and Sales Aid Financing, Debt and Equity Funding Structures, Global netting programmes, Financial and management accounting, Compliance and regulatory reporting.
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