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Covid‑19 and the Cash and Liquidity Management Challenges Facing the Capital Markets

The Panel

  • Nadeem Shamim, Head of Cash and Liquidity Management, SmartStream
  • Steve Hageman, Former Managing Director, US Liquidity Risk Management, Societe Generale
  • Mark Cabana, Managing Director and Head of US Rates Strategy, Bank of America Securities
  • Moderator: Victor Anderson, Global Content Director, WatersTechnology

The emergence of Covid-19 and the ensuing global pandemic has had a major impact on the capital markets—especially for banks and their cash and liquidity management practices. Banks need to know whether they have sufficient liquidity on an ongoing basis to ride out the current storm; they also need to know where their liquidity is located within the organization and whether it can be accessed when needed.

Needless to say, that’s a huge challenge—even for the best-prepared, best-organized and most sophisticated banks.

Key topics discussed:

  • Why managing cash and liquidity accurately, efficiently and transparently is key for an industry in flux
  • The operational and technology challenges facing banks when managing intraday liquidity with reduced and geographically dispersed resources
  • How banks identify future liquidity peaks and troughs
  • Whether the current crisis influences business decisions for implementing new enterprise-wide liquidity and cash management technologies.

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