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Enrico Camerinelli

Transaction Banking: No Need to Reinvent the Wheel

"What’s past is prologue" wrote Shakespeare in “The Tempest”. The phrase means that history repeats itself and continually influences the present. Nothing can be truer if we consider what fi...

02 Dec 2011
Transaction Banking
Enrico Camerinelli

Another example of physical and financial chains meeting

The banking industry has become a buyer's market, where corporate treasurers carefully select their bank relationship partners and demand more added-value services. Should banks stay on separate produ...

25 Oct 2011
Financial Supply Chain
Enrico Camerinelli

Sales and Operations Planning for Cash Forecasting

Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) is a very well known practice in the physical supply chain. There are many reasons why I believe it could become an excellent paradigm to improve cash forecast...

18 Oct 2011
Treasury Management
Enrico Camerinelli

Supply Chain Finance: Is it what you really think it is?

I will be shortly publishing a report on solution vendors of supply chain finance software solutions. Want to share with you a sneak preview of the major impact points of the research: Supply chain fi...

13 Oct 2011
Financial Supply Chain
Enrico Camerinelli

TiMS: From concept to reality

After testing the concept with corporate treasurers and through direct conversations with banks and software vendors at SIBOS earlier in September I am confident to anticipate that Treasury informatio...

10 Oct 2011
Treasury Management