Corporate Treasury’s New Role

Report: Trends point to new role for corporate treasury management in business

CEOs want corporate treasury groups to become strategic business advisors, yet treasurers remain trapped between expanding demands from the business and complex and inflexible relationships with their banks. Treasurers must look to banks to help them fulfill a strategic role – or risk being replaced.

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What Treasury Functions Lack

Increasingly, companies want corporate treasurers to aid in corporate decision making – whether related to cash flow, funding, or risk considerations. Learn why treasuries will need a standardized banking network and universal access to banking information before they can help.

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Treasurers Want Cloud, But Do Banks?

A joint SAP/CFO research survey found that corporate finance executives are ready for cloud services from their banks, so why aren’t banks providing them? Explore the answers to this question and more – including what these cloud services could look like – in this executive Q&A.

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Corporate Treasury Has Grown Up

The corporate treasury function has grown up. Once little more than a fund manager, it’s now the nerve center of the finance organization. Today, corporate treasurers need a more mature relationship with their banks – one based less on transactions and more on banking insight.

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What Corporate Treasuries Want From Banks

In a global SAP-sponsored survey of large companies, senior executives say their treasury functions need bankers who will work with them to diagnose a problem and offer a solution. But they’re also adamant about getting better access to the information they need from their banks.