Regulators worldwide are working to reduce risk in the financial markets, and banks are at the center of these efforts. The new regulations aim directly at the heart of a banking institution, its balance sheet, and banks now have the challenge of managing their balance sheet in line with these new regulatory guidelines. Banks’ efforts to adjust their priorities to comply with new regulations will have a ripple effect into the corporate treasurer’s office which will redefine its banking relationships.
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