Average Rate FX Forwards and their processing in SAP

Zanders add-on for SAP TRM

An Average Rate FX Forward (ARF) can be a very efficient hedging instrument when the business margin needs to be protected. It allows the buyer to hedge the outright rate in a similar way as with a regular forward. However, as the cash settlement amount is calculated against the average of spot rates observed over an extended period, the volatility of the pay-out is much reduced.

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Managing Virtual Accounts using SAP In-House Cash

How to setup virtual accounts in SAP, part III

In the previous part of this series on ‘How to setup virtual accounts in SAP’, we delved into the details of a scenario where virtual accounts are managed on GL account level using SAP FI module only. This article investigates how SAP In-house cash (SAP IHC) module can be used to manage virtual accounts in your ERP.

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Zanders at the SAP Treasury and Working Capital Management Live 2020

From 6-8 October, the SAP Treasury and Working Capital Management event took place, for the first time as a virtual event because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Spread over three days, it featured the latest insights and developments from SAP as well as a wide array of customer case studies to address key industry challenges, hot topics and future development.

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Corrections and reversals in SAP Treasury

SAP provides multiple corporate treasury solutions to streamline, simplify, and standardize your payments, hedging processes, and treasury operations. We can assist you to successfully leverage these SAP solutions in order to simplify processes and converge toward best practice.

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Liquidity Risk Management for Insurers

Latest insurance sector regulatory developments with increased attention on liquidity risk management

Supervision of insurers has so far focused mainly on solvency. There has been less focus on liquidity risk, which is generally not seen as a material risk for insurers, given the characteristics of traditional (life) insurers.

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