Category: Bank relationships

AML & KYC in Corporate Treasury

KYC (Know Your Customer) and AML (Anti Money Laundering) – two necessary evils of present day banking. But are banks doing enough to help their clients? The report explores the problems &  frustrations caused by: Lack of consistency in data requirements, Frequent repetition of requests, Conflict with data privacy laws, Lack of flexibility, RMs (Relationship Managers) unable to relax requirements, For AML: payments held up for no apparent reason, and not consistently.

Wallet share and bank fee analysis

Bank fee analysis & wallet share Following our report ‘Approaches to Bank Relationship Management‘ describing diverse approaches to monitoring bank fees and calculating wallet share. This report comprises a deeper dive into how treasurers approach these issues. The topics addressed include: Approaches to  Analyzing… Continue Reading “Wallet share and bank fee analysis”

Banking in China

Banking in Brazil

Regional Banking in Latin America

Regional Banking in sub-Saharan Africa

Banking in Russia

Banking in India

Banking in India Oct 15th 2020 The peer groups comprised 8 senior treasurers from Asia, Europe and the Middle East comparing their experiences with banking in the country. Banks mentioned in this report are: Citi, HSBC, JP Morgan. If you would like a copy… Continue Reading “Banking in India”

Approaches to BANK RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT (BRM)

Tracking Bank Exposures

Chairman’s commentary In the various sessions we have held on the COVID-19 crisis, we have heard that companies are drawing down on their credit facilities and issuing debt to ensure liquidity, while at the same time they are concerned about some banks and the… Continue Reading “Tracking Bank Exposures”