Risk management firm Reval has partnered with locally-based Moeller & Schlett GmbH, a consultancy with relationships in corporate treasury throughout Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Eastern Europe. The partnership complements Reval’s growth strategy for international markets, engaging the company with regional firms to provide solutions through a combination of local knowledge and Reval’s technology and services. With the increased focus on risk management in today’s volatile market, this partnership provides the large number of global companies in the region with a solution to address the complexities of their hedge accounting requirements.
Moeller & Schlett will assist Reval with business development through its network of corporate treasury professionals. Moeller & Schlett provides treasury IT implementation services according to corporate requirements. Within IT-reviews, the consultancy also offers optimisation of existing treasury operations.
“Moeller & Schlett understands the importance of regulatory compliance around hedge accounting,” said Justin Brimfield, senior vice president of business development at Reval. “This, combined with their experience in the treasury technology space and their ability to communicate the need for process and how automation can help companies maintain consistent hedge accounting processes, is a perfect match for Reval.”
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