Reval has released version 12.0 of its integrated software-as-service (SaaS) solution for treasury and risk management (TRM). One of two major upgrades planned for the year, 12.0 offers companies information exchange internally and externally across bank accounts, cash and debt, investments and derivative portfolios, with advanced analytics for improved decision-making and control.
The latest modules and enhancements in Reval 12.0 continue to centralise work, information and reporting environments across cash and risk, helping companies address concerns such as uncertainty in foreign markets, market volatility, excess cash, compliance with changing regulations for financial reporting and reform, and shifting hedging strategies.
New cash, payments and liquidity management capabilities enable clients investing in money market funds (MMFs) to trade, analyse and manage investments seamlessly and securely through the trading portal of ICD, the newest provider in Reval’s straight-through processing (STP) community of software and service partners. In addition, with Reval’s integrated market data, clients can view daily money market fund rates for calculation of accurate interest accruals. Other external communications established through Reval’s STP community adds payments to existing bank connectivity through the Fides service bureau, which supports a wide variety of payment formats across the globe.
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