Deutsche Bank Adds Liquidity Management Module to Autobahn

Deutsche Bank has extended its range of next generation treasury solutions to offer new efficiencies to corporate clients. With corporate cash accumulating, the quest for financial and operational efficiency is even greater and treasurers are seeking new ways to take this to the next level.

The bank has developed the Next Generation Treasury Solution – Treasury platform, an integrated liquidity management module on Autobahn, an electronic distribution service. The solution integrates foreign exchange (FX) and money markets trading, offering a single window to a complete line of treasury and liquidity services to help clients actively manage their cash forecasting and investment needs.

Another product innovation, FX4Cash – the bank’s global cross-currency payments solution – gives clients access to a broad range of currencies through a single platform. FX4Cash now has over 1,000 financial institutions and corporates registered and actively using this platform with cross-currency capabilities spanning more than 120 currencies around the world.

Deutsche Bank has invested in its financial supply chain (FSC) solutions to help corporations drive the next level of efficiencies through enhanced working capital management. The bank continues to invest in robust platforms that can manage a range of processes along the trade value chain.

Shahrokh Moinian, head of trade finance and cash management corporates for the Americas, global transaction banking, Deutsche Bank, said: “Clients worldwide are looking to improve treasury management efficiency for managing payments and collections. Corporates are finding that implementing centralised treasuries and creating in-house banks is no longer enough, so transaction banks need to support corporates to create additional value. Through Deutsche Bank’s Next Generation Treasury Solutions, we are taking these and other structures further to drive the next level of efficiencies such as greater control over working capital, liquidity positions and risk exposures.”


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