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Corporate treasurers’ response to the financial crisis

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Corporate treasurers’ response to the financial crisis

As their role changes within corporations, corporate treasurers are demanding more sophisticated solutions from their banking providers. Visibility and control are key themes

A survey of 54 large corporations conducted in April 2009 found that only 41 per cent would be likely to recommend their financial institution to a friend or colleague, while less than half (46 per cent) said they were likely to continue a relationship with their existing bank. The top factor in building banking relationships for the corporate treasurers in the survey conducted by US-based banking software developer S1 Enterprise was trust. But trust is the very thing that has taken a battering during the credit crunch and financial crisis that followed it.

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