The Treasury function sits in a unique position within an organisation in that almost all business processes are in some way reliant on the activities of the Treasury function. This makes effective Treasury Management a perennially challenging subject for all organisations and, particularly given the current landscape, it is taking on ever greater importance as a business critical function.
The governing body of an organisation needs assurance that the Treasury function and the myriad of elements that come under its remit are operating in a controlled and optimal fashion and properly risk managed. It is a business necessity to understand the sources and uses of an organisation’s liquidity, and how liquidity risks are being managed and mitigated.
Organisations are also facing compliance with evolving regulatory obligations, coupled with a requirement to implement robust technology and data solutions to enable real time and intraday management of cash and liquidity.
MHC is ready to engage with clients to discuss your Treasury and Liquidity Risk challenges, and work with you to deliver practical value-added solutions.
Key focus areas:
Liquidity Risk Management
Treasury Policy and Documentation
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