Deutsche Bank has introduced an integrated liquidity module, the treasury platform on Autobahn, the bank’s electronic distribution service. Through the integration of Deutsche Bank’s global transaction banking liquidity and markets execution services, this new application offers enhanced information, planning and analytics with an active money markets and foreign exchange (FX) trading platform.
The treasury platform provides corporates with a single window to a complete line of treasury and liquidity services to help clients actively manage their cash forecasting and investment needs. These capabilities are further enhanced by the bank’s global account structures, allowing corporate clients to view their Deutsche Bank activity as well as third-party bank information.
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