The secret to good treasury management

Best treasury practice requires a mixture of technology, processes and policies.
Victor Penna, J.P. Morgan
Victor Penna, J.P. Morgan

The emergence of large Asian companies with overseas businesses and the emphasis being placed on cash control and visibility has put the spotlight on treasuries as never before. But the path that local firms take when upgrading their treasury operations is by no means uniform. And not all firms opt for the most appropriate treasury models. 

“There are situations where companies may have set up treasury management systems but don’t have the right policies or processes,” said Victor Penna, managing director of solutions and advisory services, J.P. Morgan treasury services. “These firms can be collating information around risk or liquidity positions, but they also need processes and policies to...

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