Treasury Management

Group founded 01 Jul 2010
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This network brings together treasury and financial professionals who manage treasury functions. Members share a common interest in treasury, cash management, banking, risk management and investments.

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Risk-based Collections Part IV: Collections Prioritization

In Part I of my Risk-based Collections blog series, I described the differences between Judgmental and Statistical Scoring models. In Part II, I discussed which scores are best for managing existin...

31 May 2012
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Risk-based Collections: Credit Evaluation for New Applicants

In Part I of my Risk-based Collections blog series, I described the differences between Judgmental and Statistical Scoring models. In Part II, I discussed which scores are best for managing existin...

27 Apr 2012
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Risk-based Collections: Managing Existing Credit Lines

In Part I of my Risk-based Collections blog series, I described the differences between Judgmental and Statistical Scoring models. In part II, I will expand upon the specific uses of these models, i...

18 Apr 2012
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Risk-based Collections: Judgmental Vs Statistical Models

Throughout the years I have worked in credit and collections, either doing credit analysis related to commercial lending decisions or identifying the elements that should be weighed when reviewing tra...

10 Apr 2012
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
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
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Dangers of unlimited deposit insurance.

In response to the FDIC's (US) request for comment on it's proposed implementation of Section 343 of Dodd Frank (unlimited deposit insurance on corporate non-interest bearing accounts), Treasury Str

18 Oct 2010
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Why Are Companies Hoarding Cash?

In developed countries worldwide, corporations are substantially increasing their holdings of cash assets. Pundits, regulators and governments are asking “Why?” Those asking the question posit that

08 Jul 2010
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Regs to impact companies and banks doing business in U.S.

A provision was approved by the U.S. House and Senate financial reform conferees last week, which allows banks to pay interest on business demand deposit accounts for the first time since the Great D

03 Jul 2010

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