Cash position

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Cash position

Cash Position

The cash and cash equivalents that a company, fund, or bank has available to pay short-term obligations. The cash position is a measure of the institution's liquidity. See also: Quick ratio, Accounting liquidity.
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Centralized liquidity is likely to be another important benefit of the euro, allowing a company to consolidate cash positions in different countries into a single net cash position.
Offering payments in 21 currencies, MCCM provides bank customers an easy-to-use online tool to manage their global cash positions.
CNET does not expect that the anticipated restatement will have any impact on its previously reported revenues or cash positions.
A rapid deployment of Treasure eNET allows enterprises to quickly optimize cash positions, centralize payment processing and coordinate multi-entity forecasting.
As a secure real-time connection between corporations and their financial trading partners, AvantGard-ETX provides the means to achieve a holistic view of all global cash positions," said Martin Boyd, executive vice president EMEA, SunGard Treasury Systems.
District finances have been a stellar feature of this credit, demonstrating significant unreserved general fund ending balances and sizeable cash positions.
This enables the concentration of their cash positions and the execution of the necessary payment and treasury transactions.
GECC), the company's cash positions should increase substantially.
It provides an integrated, standardized and flexible solution for managing payments and cash positions within your organization and between your correspondent banks on a worldwide basis.
This provides financial managers with visibility to cash positions across all corporate bank accounts via a secure Web browser.
If it turns into a buyers' market, the companies with large cash positions are going to have huge advantages.
NOSTROplus will provide Bank Leumi with intra-day and inter-day cash positions for individual accounts, account groups, and currency groups.