Deutsche Bank has enhanced its next generation treasury solutions (NGTS) to offer new efficiencies and innovation to corporate clients. The bank continues to invest in improving and evolving its offering by focusing on the treasury needs of its clients.
As treasurers are refocusing their attention on using centralised treasuries, in-house banks (IHBs), shared service centres (SSCs) and payments factories, Deutsche Bank is helping them to take these structures further and drive added efficiencies to produce greater control over working capital, liquidity positions and risk exposures. Deutsche Bank’s solutions, such as integrated working capital management and comprehensive liquidity management, enhance visibility while improving control of cash.
NGTS offer an integrated working capital structure for corporates that combine supply chain and payment factory structures using the same platform. The bank is now offering financial supply chain products that provide an automated and efficient way of delivering liquidity and counterparty risk mitigation.
Additionally, Deutsche Bank’s single euro payments area (SEPA) solution positions clients to be ready for the mandatory SEPA migration. Clients are taking full advantage of the bank’s SEPA engine for SEPA Credit Transfers (SCTs) as well as SEPA Direct Debits (SDDs). Deutsche Bank’s ‘Ultimate Guide to SEPA Migration’ is available for download on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with iBooks and on computer with iTunes or from Deutsche Bank’s website.
Shahrokh Moinian, head of trade finance and cash management corporates for the Americas, global transaction banking, Deutsche Bank, said: “Deutsche Bank is committed to staying at the forefront of sustained change to benefit our clients. The bank’s dedicated advisory, Trade and Cash Solutions, which was established in the Americas to assist our clientele, offers a consultative approach to identify potential areas of improvement and ways to benefit from our next generation treasury solutions.”
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