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The Treasurer's handbook - legal implications of cash pooling structures

  Dr Jorg Schwerdtfeger & Maxi Wikowski, PriceWat... |   Free |   The Association of Corporate Treasurers |   Oct 2014 |

When setting up a cash pool various legal implications have to be taken into consideration. In this article some of the more important aspects such as licensing requirements, insolvency aspects and reporting duties will be addressed. These aspects can also become relevant in connection with related treasury management instruments.

Topics covered:
  • Management accounting: Technical: Corporate finance & treasury management: Cash management, Advanced

1 Comments/Reflections

Jaroslaw Kalinowski

Jaroslaw Kalinowski Apr 2019

The article gave my on overview of legal and regulatory aspect of cash pooling. As this is major form of internal cash management in the company i'm currently working, understanding of cash pool structure complexity help me improve working capital project i'm leading. Licensing elements seems to be crucial part of legal due diligence before setting up cash pool structure.