Monthly Archives: April 2014

29 AprIntraday Liquidity. How many “accounts” or Nostros are needed? Lesson 1

With new rules coming into effect on Jan 1 2015, this is the ninth in a series of posts on how banks and FI’s might adapt. Most banks have what one might politely term a heap of coagulated spaghetti in this area: too many accounts, too many people able to open accounts and too many […]

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15 AprIntraday Liquidity. The Internal SWIFT Set-Up

With new rules coming into effect on Jan 1 2015, this is the eigth in a series of posts on how banks and FI’s might adapt.   In most FIs, the product processing systems each communicate directly with SWIFT. Figure A illustrates the typical set-up. Over time, different entities have acquired their own gateways. A […]

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08 AprCash Management & Liquidity – The Book

Finally. I have ventured into self-publising. The not so creatively titled, but practical guide: “Cash & Liquidity Management: Mastering the Challenges of New Regulations and a Changing Marketplace” is now available in print and on Kindle. All the bits form the Blog are there, together with a lot of detail on current challenges. Many of […]

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