Cash management solutions need to be specifically developed to meet the challenges treasury owners face today. While the fundamental role of the treasurer remains the same, treasury models are being re-evaluated. With so many factors impacting business quicker than ever, there is an increasing understanding that agility and speed are crucial if a firm is to effectively manage its liquidity. Flexibility is also needed within centralised treasury structures in order to be able to react appropriately to local circumstance and needs.
Banks in Luxembourg play a critical role in supporting corporate treasurers in meeting these objectives. Luxembourg is a prime location for core cash services, often combined with treasury, finance and accounting as a shared service hub.
The talented workforce combined with the advanced banking infrastructure and landscape, makes Luxembourg the perfect location for the Group Treasury function.
MAIN OPERATIONS OF LUXEMBOURG TREASURY CENTRES
Focus areas of the treasury function
WHAT DO CORPORATES GAIN BY HAVING THEIR TREASURY CENTRE IN LUXEMBOURG?
- International expertise
- Long-term, stable solutions
- Reduced costs
The treasury association, ATEL, has over 340 members. This is another asset that reflects the comprehensiveness of the Luxembourg package. The association serves its members and is a member of the European Association of Corporate Treasurers. There is real expertise here in treasury and banking, which is a key asset for multinational companies or groups looking for the best place to set up a centralised treasury HQ in Europe
A FINANCIAL ECOSYSTEM HONED TO
CORPORATE FINANCE FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESSES
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