The future of liquidity management: New opportunities in a shifting landscape

Liquidity management is not a static discipline; internal and external factors dictate that today's optimum liquidity management solutions and strategies will in the future require adjustment, upgrade or perhaps even complete replacement.

Specific internal factors will obviously vary from corporate to corporate, and will therefore play a significant role in determining the future path of these individual liquidity management solutions and strategies. However, it is possible to extrapolate some of the likely future external factors and their probable influence. More specifically, it is also possible to do this in the context of the corporation's access to and infrastructure for managing any information that has a bearing on the liquidity management process.

User typology and requirements

Corporates' information management capabilities can be broadly divided into two groups, though corporations may of course display different group characteristics in different parts of their business.

Information-led corporates

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