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Newsletter June / July Van: Treasury Services (nieuwsbrief@treasuryservicesmail.be) Verzend: 2015-07-06 12:44:27

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Treasury Services nominated for the Dutch FinTech Award

Google, Apple, Facebook and a growing number of FinTech companies are disrupting the financial sector by developing products and services that were traditionally offered by banks. Treasury Services was nominated in the Netherlands for a Fintech Award because of their in-house developed solution "Bank Independent Cash Pooling".

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New WEB site

Recently Treasury Services launched their new WEB site. It is the first step in our transition to "mobile technology".

The new site is developed in the latest technology making the site compatible for any hardware device, such as mobiles.

The new site will also become the platform for a series of "mobile services" which will be launched shortly in different steps. Clients will receive a dedicated Login where they can obtain different kinds of services.

In the new Media Centre new innovative solutions will be published. Online magazines are already available for "Bank Independent Cash Pooling" and for "Risk Management - How to bring the costs for hedging non-core risks back under control".

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Bank independent cash pooling.

The Cash Management landscape is changing. The dominant role banks used to play in this field is decreasing.

  • The number of "market makers" and "global solutions providers" decreases.
  • In addition, the stories of RBS and HSBC enforce organisations to change bank accounts.
  • Bank products, such as Notional Cash Pooling, are under discussion because of BASEL III.
  • Cross selling by banks force organisations to maintain bank accounts with an increasing number of different banks.

An increasing number of companies are stating today: "We are looking for a Bank Independent Cash Pooling Solution." The solution developed by Treasury Services appears to be a big success.

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Bring the costs for hedging non-core risks back under control

Since a few years banks have started to charge liquidity spreads, credit spreads, trading charges, funding costs and other costs to customers that conclude Over-The-Counter (OTC) hedge transactions. Banks are also required to charge extra costs because of Basel III. The result is an increase of the cost price of your products because the price of hedging non-core risks has increased.

Treasury Services has developed an alternative solution that creates the possibility for clients to increase their competitiveness by bringing the costs for hedging non-core risks back under control. A special online magazine is publised in our Media Centre explaining the inns and outs.

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