Despite being mooted more than a decade ago, widespread regulation mandating banks to adopt real-time cash-balance liquidity reporting has not materialised. With the exception of a handful of the world’s largest banks, few have taken it upon themselves to adopt these processes. Yet beneath this meagre enthusiasm lies a wealth of evidence that real-time liquidity reporting can offer significant benefits that extend well beyond simply monitoring intraday positions. The cost and effort of adoption, meanwhile, is negligible compared to other ongoing bank projects.
In an article for The International Banker, Deutsche Bank’s Andreas Hauser, Senior Business Product Manager, Real-time Reporting and Innovation Cash Clearing, Cash Management, argues that now is the time to revive this momentum for real-time reporting and take action.
The article can be read here.