The Future of Transaction Banking.

N/a | June 20, 2017

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While globalisation remains a theme, its implications have evolved. Many global corporates have already met some key objectives, such as setting up regional treasury centres and shared service centres in Asia and Europe, standardising their various entities on ERPs and implementing treasury management platforms. Now when we talk to clients about globalisation, the focus is typically on the more challenging steps: for example, clients are looking to leverage the centres of excellence they have built in Europe or Asia and expand their focus to other regions. For example, where should you set up a regional treasury centre for Africa, and how would you go about it? While it is not the same as doing so in Europe, what can you leverage from past experiences in Europe and Asia? Consequently, I think globalisation means something very different now than it did five or ten years ago.

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