DeNovo Logo

Treasury Management Strategy

(n.) an in-depth analysis of the business to discover the Driving Forces influencing Treasury Management at the organization, resulting in the development of a three-year strategic plan to identify attainable goals and a phased approach to implement and execute the business’ Treasury Management initiatives.

TO PROVIDE A SOLID FOUNDATION FOR BUILDING A TREASURY MANAGEMENT STRATEGY, THE DRIVING FORCES MUST BE IDENTIFIED.

Driving Forces, the factors that influence a Treasury Management strategy, include (but are not limited to) direction of executive leadership; the current economic environment; industry trends; competitive pressures; market readiness; pricing.

Traditionally, small- and medium-sized financial institutions confront significant barriers to implementing Treasury Management Services.

THE MOST IMPORTANT THING TO REALIZE WHEN ADOPTING TREASURY MANAGEMENT SERVICES IS NOT TO TREAT IT AS AN AFTERTHOUGHT

RESULTS AND DELIVERABLES OF THIS WORK INCLUDE:

  • RSWOT analysis
  • RStrategic priorities
  • RHigh-level competitive analysis
  • REnterprise risks
  • RClient segmentation, targeted industries, and verticals
  • RIdentification of the Driving Forces influencing the Treasury Management business
  • RThree-Year Treasury Management Strategic Plan
  • RPlan Development Roadmap
  • RPlan Revenue, Expense, and Resource Projections
  • RThe Plan Presentation
THE ESTIMATE FOR THIS ENGAGEMENT IS 14 TO 16 WEEKS.

Transform your business with expert guidance