Cash & Treasury Toolkit

The major impact of new European directives AIFMD and UCITS V has been, and will be, an increased need for market monitoring by custodian banks. Whilst the monitoring of market stability in markets in which clients are invested has been common place in the industry, it is now a formalised regulatory inevitability.

On Thursday 21 August we were delighted to host our first webinar around the Cash side of our business. The session was hosted by our editor, Miles Reucroft and presented by our global head of cash products, Michael Hill.

We are pleased to be able to offer you a re-run of the event, below. We have a video of the slides as presented by Michael and also the presentation as a downloadable document. As well as that, we have a full audio repeat of the session.

On Thursday 21 August we were delighted to host our first webinar around the Cash side of our business. The session was hosted by our editor, Miles Reucroft and presented by our global head of cash products, Michael Hill.

We are pleased to be able to offer you a re-run of the event, below. We have a video of the slides as presented by Michael and also the presentation as a downloadable document. As well as that, we have a full audio repeat of the session.

New regulations, with the introduction of new frameworks around capital, liquidity, accounting, remuneration, risk management and transparency, not to mention increased competition, are all having a big impact upon the correspondent banking landscape. It has, therefore, never been more important for banks to understand their universe of Nostro and Vostro accounts; to rationalise them in order to more efficiently and effectively manage counterparty risk and associated costs.