Learn the fundamentals of intercompany netting
Join us and learn the fundamentals of multilateral netting. Multilateral netting, also referred to as intercompany netting, is a process in which a group of cashflows between a defined set of entities are offset against each other such that just a single cashflow to or from each entity takes place to settle the net result of all cashflows. When a multinational company has divisions in a number of countries, direct billing in many currencies can lead to excessive foreign exchange (FX) trading, resulting in both buying and selling the same currencies many times over. This educational program will help participants learn the concept of multilateral netting for managing intercompany cash flows, how netting operations are centralized and cyclical, how netting can reduce payment volume and save FX costs, as well as several key treasury related benefits of deploying multilateral netting.
1. Identify the concept of multilateral netting for managing intercompany cash flows.
2. Explore how global intercompany netting operations are centralized and cyclical.
3. Discover how multilateral netting can reduce payment volume and save FX costs.
4. Recognize several key treasury related benefits of deploying multilateral netting.
Presenter: Evan Mahoney, CPA
Location: Online Webinar
Duration: 1 Hour
Program Level: Basic
Advanced Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
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