Trade Receivable Securitisation
Trade Receivable Securitisation allows corporates to raise liquidity at competitive pricing levels and without reliance on bank balance sheets.
Risk-Adjusted Capital: What’s the bank earning on you?
Keeping track of the return on risk-adjusted capital (“RORAC”) that a bank is making on you, can help you to negotiate better banking deals. It can assist you in cementing relationships with your key banks at the same time. The RORAC model offers you the supporting tool to achieve this.
Post crisis drivers for establishing an In-House-Bank
Prior to the financial crisis, the primary reason for setting up an In-House-Bank was to save costs in the area of transactional banking. Experiences since the crisis however have changed the reasons corporates are now establishing an In-House-Bank.
Impact of Basel III on Notional Cash Pooling
In the coming years, banks have to prepare themselves for compliance with the new Basel III rules on financial institutions.
EMIR and OTC derivatives
Mandatory clearing, risk control measurement and transaction reporting for OTC derivatives. As a consequence of the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR), additional rules will apply to companies that enter into OTC derivatives. As a result, the costs and administrative burdens will increase.
Basel III and the impact on cost of hedging
Corporates will save hedging costs and administrative costs significantly if they shift their hedging activities to exchanges such as CME.