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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.

“Ensuring an efficient global treasury organization requires dedicated management focus on numerous components”, Raphael Leprette, Senior Director, Redbridge

Raphael Leprette, senior director at Redbridge, discusses the opportunities arising from a merger of two treasury organizations. According to him, to optimize synergies, it is key to value the history, culture, experience and expertise of each team in the merger and encourage cross-fertilization of knowledge and sharing of expertise.

The full impact of new hedge accounting rules must be carefully determined

Last August, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued an update that simplifies accounting rules around hedge accounting. The update is effective for public companies in 2019 and private companies in 2020, but early adoption is permitted. With several options available in the implementation, the full impact of the new guideline must be carefully determined before setting an adoption date.

Internal cash pooling or bank cash pooling?

In cash pooling, companies have a choice between using their bank partner or relying on the functionalities of their treasury management system (TMS) to manually (or semi-manually) manage their deposits. Redbridge reviews the advantages and disadvantages of each solution.

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