Liquidity management refers to the daily activities regarding controlling your cash flow and all resulting liquidity, interest and currency issues.
Pan European solutions
If you are looking for increased control of your cash position or want to maximise interest results by offsetting account balances, our liquidity management solutions will make your life easier. ING's extensive network of offices throughout Europe allows us to offer you our local expertise and knowledge. Providing you with local and cross border liquidity management structures, with a full range of overlay services including cash balancing, pooling and netting.
Through Bank Mendes Gans (BMG) we also offer global overlay solutions on top of your local bank infrastructure. As an independently operated subsidiary of ING, BMG is the only bank in the world to focus exclusively on liquidity and information management solutions for multinationals. You can achieve significant benefits by entrusting your global liquidity management processes to BMG. They are well-known for their high-quality customised services. Their cash pooling, netting and exposure management tools allow you to maximise liquidity. BMG empowers treasurers to make best use of their working capital; worldwide, multi-currency and multi-bank. For more information, please visit www.mendesgans.com.
Customised to your company needs
ING Wholesale Banking (WB) and Bank Mendes Gans together create robust liquidity management structures – both globally and locally – customised to your company's needs.
- Optimise your global cash position
- Reduce interest costs
- Eliminate need for FX and swap transactions
- Control day to day cash management
- Overlay solutions on top of existing local bank infrastructure
- Multi-currency, multi-country, multi-bank
- Smooth implementation of liquidity strategy
- Extensive network and knowledgeable staff
So please get in touch and let us know how we can assist you.
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