Cash and Liquidity Management Guide for Corporates

It continues to be challenging for treasurers to put in place a consistent treasury and cash management strategy, especially in the emerging and high-growth economies of Asia, Africa and Middle East.

Constantly changing regulations along with business and supply chain model changes arising from new free trade agreements, new trade barriers, ecommerce marketplaces, instant payments and other digital disruptions are changing the way businesses are organised.

This impacts cash management operations, such as the types of accounts which can be opened, how funds are collected and paid, and also impacts strategic treasury management, such as how and where to concentrate cash, minimise borrowings and so optimise use of internally generated capital. The dynamic nature of the emerging markets poses both challenges and opportunities for companies seeking to optimise their treasury function.

With these developments, it is crucial that treasurers keep abreast of the relevant market information to enable them to optimise their treasury strategy and cash management operations. To this end, Standard Chartered and PricewaterhouseCoopers Singapore are excited to present the Cash and Liquidity Management Guide for Corporates and the Double Taxation Treaty Handbook.

We hope these publications will provide a handy overview of some of the considerations and information that impact your cash and liquidity management today.

The guide aims to provide information which is not bank-specific and therefore does not reflect Standard Chartered’s presence or offerings in each market. For further information on Standard Chartered’s offering in each market, please reach out to your relationship manager.

To view a sample of the Cash and Liquidity Management Guide for Corporates, click here.

To view a sample of the Double Taxation Treaty Handbook for Corporates Withholding Tax, click here.

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