JPMorgan has added enhancements to Treasury OnLine that enables corporate treasury centres to more effectively manage cash, risk and foreign exchange trading across multiple business units. With Treasury OnLine’s real-time reporting, workflow and transaction capabilities, multinational organisations are given a greater insight into their cash position and risk exposure, particularly currency and foreign exchange exposures.
Treasury OnLine has been enhanced with real-time, inter-company netting functionality along with new cash flow forecasting capabilities to help organisations further improve cash management operations.
“JPMorgan recognises the need clients have for cost-effective solutions,” said Emma Loftus, managing director, US dollar clearing and foreign exchange, JPMorgan Treasury Services. “With the enhancements to Treasury OnLine, the corporate treasurer can rapidly deploy a global solution to improve control over cash and empower business units with a robust web-based forecasting tool.”
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