Our team provides useful information to industry practitioners, through various articles, studies and research.

Excited to be returning to the New York Cash Exchange Conference!

Redbridge is excited to be presenting insights pertaining to Global Treasury and Cash Management, including optimization of bank cash management and payment card fees as well as our next generation of bank fee monitoring software, HawkeyeBSB. Don’t miss our speaking session! We look forward to speaking with you at Booth #218, where members of Redbridge will be located.

Redbridge is supporting the 32nd Annual Windy City Summit

Redbridge is excited to be presenting insights pertaining to Global Treasury and Cash Management, including optimization of bank cash management and payment card fees as well as our next generation of bank fee monitoring software, HawkeyeBSB. Don’t miss our two speaking sessions! We look forward to speaking with you at Booth #609, where members of Redbridge will be located.

KYC: the difficult road to simplification

With increasing global regulations on KYC, corporate treasurers are seeking some standardization and simplification in a process that also causes a great deal of administrative red-tape at banks in their efforts to comply with ever expanding regulatory requirements.

How to Become a Treasury ‘Superhero’

Redbridge’s Dan Gill and Greg Moore of AutoNation discuss how treasury professionals can become ‘treasury superheros’ by using software tools to help analyze and manage their bank service utilization and related bank fees across the globe.

Excited to be returning to TEXPO!

The Dallas Sheraton | April 08-10, 2018 – Redbridge is excited to be presenting insights pertaining to Global Treasury and Cash Management, including optimization of bank cash management and payment card fees as well as our next generation of bank fee monitoring software, HawkeyeBSB.

Redbridge Survey of Fortune 1000 Uncovers Funding Strategies

The vast majority of Fortune 100 companies, if not all, utilize the public markets for raising capital funding through alternative sources rather than utilizing only banks for raising needed capital. In the Fortune 101 to 929, the majority utilize banks as their capital funding sources, reveals a in-depth study of the debt structure of Fortune 1000 conducted by Redbridge.

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