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Cash & Working Capital / Treasury Management

Investment Management: Developing an Optimal Investment Policy

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June 01, 2011

As the crisis eases, treasury is looking to take on more risk and responsibility when it comes to investments. 

Worries over recent indications of an economic slowdown aside, companies are beginning to regain comfort with risk again and are modifying their investment policies (IP) accordingly. Further, with treasury departments having had their processes and policies severely stress tested through the financial crisis (and withstood the strains), they have learned much about the functional and philosophical strengths and limitations of their IP’s. 

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