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Cash and Liquidity Management

By SmartStream

SmartStream TLM Cash & Liquidity Management is a single enterprise-wide solution for cash and treasury management, exceptions management and reconciliations management.

With liquidity harder to find and margins being eroded, banks face unprecedented pressures to manage their cash effectively. As a result, banks need to rationalise nostro accounts and reduce manual processes through the use of automated, real-time systems to create automated intra-day processes that ensure the rapid identification of long and short positions.

SmartStream TLM Cash & Liquidity Management enables banks to break down organisational silos with a single enterprise-wide solution for cash and treasury management, exceptions management and reconciliations management. It creates a global, real-time view of all money movements, cash and liquidity positions to support optimal investment and lending opportunities.

TLM Cash & Liquidity Management delivers:

  • Significant cost reductions by retiring multiple legacy systems and spreadsheets while reducing the manual workload
  • Reduced operational risk through real-time reconciliations and same-day exception identification and resolution
  • Improved balance management through automation of standard tasks, leaving staff more time to focus on critical tasks
  • More profitable cash management by real-time tracking and monitoring of surplus positions, automated account sweeping and removing reliance on costly intra-day borrowing to boost liquidity
  • More effective investment and funding decisions provided by greater visibility of cash movements
  • Improved balance information through the reconciliation of correspondent movements, removing reliance on assumed settlement and next day statements
  • More efficient management of higher transaction volumes and global cash movements without increasing headcount