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Corporate bonds have become a popular investment vehicle in recent years, with sales of this form of capital raising registering high growth. In the developed world, a key driver behind the growth of corporate bonds has been the low interest rate regime persisting in many markets.
Fundamentally, the objective of an in-house bank (IHB) is to replace external banking services with internal services provided by the treasury organisation. However, companies should be aware of the obstacles that can inhibit the success of an IHB rollout - specifically when building a business case, defining the scope of a rollout and selecting the right technology.
The second and final day of the Association of Corporate Treasurers’ (ACT) London cash management conference 2015 focused on how to use technology to support cash management, as treasurers from Arqiva, the BBC and Willis Group shared case studies.
The use of In-house banks (IHBs) is spreading across the world, especially in Asia, despite the various regulatory and operational challenges. This article examines how treasurers are using hybrid structures to overcome some of these key challenges.