Summary of Corporate Treasury Insights 2016

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The BNP Paribas and Boston Consulting Group’s 2016 poll of corporate treasury executives found that they seek a number of changes to their banking service models. As one survey respondent opined, “Banks are now IT companies selling financial solutions.” But by leveraging their “trusted adviser status” and their technological strengths, banks can deliver effective solutions to meet the wide spectrum of treasury needs, according to this useful, detailed report, which getAbstract recommends to treasury staff and the bankers who work with them.

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Romary Barbey et al. are associated with the Boston Consulting Group and BNP Paribas.



Corporate treasurers seek new skills and services from banks, according to a survey of 750 chief financial officers and treasurers at companies around the world. Banks’ product ranges, value-added services and market share placed well behind their pricing and service as treasurers’ main criteria for selecting banking partners. Some 30% of respondents indicated a need for mobile information and order execution capabilities. Basic transaction banking products, such as cash management, working capital financing and trade financing, are seeing slower growth. With interest rates so low, cash management is ...

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