New Money Market Fund regulations which went into effect October 14, 2016 were intended to prevent future bailouts and enhance market stability. Instead, they have disrupted financial markets, hurt business and municipal borrowers, and increased U.S. taxpayer bailout exposure in future market stress events. While there are winners and losers with any regulatory change, the magnitude of the shifts in
The U.S. economy has just emerged from a long zero-rate era, and is now in what will undoubtedly be several years of gradual rate increases. This intensifies the importance of a good cash position forecast.
State of the Treasury
Each year, Treasury Strategies assesses the state of the treasury profession and key issues on the horizon. We supplement our rich experiences from consulting to corporate Treasurers with a robust survey of treasury priorities. This year, over 450 organizations participated in the survey. When we consider what our clients and the survey participants are telling
The “Global Treasury Benchmarking Survey,” captures the voice of nearly 1,000 finance professionals surveyed fourth quarter 2016. This report summarizes the most critical factors that respondents say are adding complexity to the treasury function. It also shows what treasury teams are doing in response to these factors as they move forward towards more digital treasury
U.S. House Subcommittee on Capital Markets and Government-Sponsored Enterprises – Questions For The Record
In this letter, Tony Carfang addresses a specific question from Representative Rothfus regarding the recently implemented Money Market Fund (MMF) regulations and also fills in some blanks from the original hearing.
Testimony of Anthony J. Carfang, Managing Director, Treasury Strategies, a division of Novantas, Inc. December 8, 2016 Click here for the press release. Click here to view video of Mr. Carfang’s testimony.
Today, Novantas released the Treasury Strategies 2016 Corporate Treasury Survey revealing the primary bank position yields disproportionately large benefits in deposits and fees. The survey was conducted to study cash management and liquidity buying habits of middle market and large corporations, revenues between $50 million – $10 billion+, to better understand how corporates are responding
Treasury Strategies has been a high profile advocate on behalf of corporate and banking clients dealing with the regulatory fallout from the financial crisis. On Rule 385, we argued strongly on behalf of our corporate clients that the proposed changes threaten to disrupt routine daily cash management practices of most medium-size and large corporations and
Corporate Cash Briefing
On the Edge: MMF Reform is here, what’s going to happen tomorrow, what’s next? Our Quarterly Corporate Cash Briefing™ includes an expert panel discussing the factors that are influencing your corporate cash investment and borrowing decisions. Our panel, including the Association of Corporate Treasurers, Federated Investors, and Fitch Ratings, discussed what’s next for Corporate Treasurers now
Money fund regulations that took effect in the U.S. on Oct 14 are causing significant movement in short term assets and rates. This impacts both investors and short term borrowers / issuers. This site assists corporate treasurers, CFOs and institutional investors by monitoring those changes and the market impacts.