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Bank Fee Analysis, Ripe With Opportunity

The results are in and reveal an important area of opportunity neglected by corporations. On average, the 135 respondents to our Bank Fee Analysis (BFA) Flash Survey spend in excess of $250,000 per year on bank services and maintain millions of dollars of deposits.

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Healthcare Firms’ Earnings Credit Rates Lag Market

Treasury Strategies, a division of Novantas, Inc. released its 2nd quarter Earnings Credit Rate benchmarks to our NDepth Bank Fee Analysis clients. Earnings Credit Rates are the balance-based allowances banks give their corporate customers to offset fees on treasury management services. The results showed some unusual patterns overall as well as striking findings for Healthcare

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2018 Corporate Treasury Priorities: Back to the Future

Each year, Treasury Strategies assesses the state of the treasury profession and key issues on the horizon. We supplement our rich experiences from corporate treasury consulting with a robust survey of treasury priorities, in which over 400 organizations participated this year. When we consider what our clients and survey participants are saying, we are reminded

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Treasury: The First 100 Days

How corporate treasurers succeed. We wanted to find out what factors led to corporate treasury success so we asked our clients directly. They told us what they did, wish they had done, regret having done and recommend you do to succeed in any new treasury position. We’ve published our findings in “Corporate Treasury, the First

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Dissecting the Financial Collapse of 2007-2008

Considerable resources are being expended to develop new regulations to prevent a repeat of the 2008 financial crisis. It is vital these new regulations are appropriately focused to encourage liquid money markets during any future period of financial stress. In support of that aim, Treasury Strategies (TSI) has prepared this analysis of the money markets

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The Financial Meltdown of 2007-2008

Treasury Strategies applauds the legislative and regulatory goals of improving U.S. financial system safety and soundness in the aftermath of the financial crisis. However, as we observe that process unfolding, we are concerned the desired outcome may be getting lost. To support maintaining focus on critical areas, this paper provides context and proportionality to the

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Corporate Survey of Plans for Using Money Market Funds

In mid-October of this year when new regulations are implemented, Prime and Tax Exempt Institutional Money Funds will switch to fluctuating net asset values, and fund boards will be empowered to impose temporary fees or gates if that is in the best interest of fund investors. There has been much discussion and hyperbole around what

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Global Treasury Benchmarking Survey 2015

As treasury’s remit continues to grow, its challenges are multi-faceted. Finance teams have to juggle enterprise-wide risks, global regulations, operational tasks and strategic analysis at the same time, and do so with a limited staff and budget. As 70% of treasurers think staff will stay the same or even decrease, how are finance experts going