MyTreasur-e offers extensive risk management capabilities to support the needs of corporate treasurers on a global basis. Clients achieve better visibility of exposures and risk attribution in order to make effective risk management decisions.
Features for Risk Management
FX Exposure Management
MyTreasur-e allows users to monitor compliance with internal hedging policies driven by sophisticated tracking of currency exposures and FX transactions.
Exposures can be imported from the ERP and/or other internal systems and can be netted to determine aggregated currency exposures.
MyTreasur-e offers independent market valuation of all financial instruments supported by the system, including FX, interest rate derivatives, commodities, and debt. Valuations are calculated based on any of the market data imported from external independent market data providers.
Hedge Effectiveness Testing
MyTreasur-e supports hedge effectiveness testing using multiple testing methods supported by flexible documentation to help clients comply with hedge accounting standards and meet their auditor’s requirement.
MyTreasur-e supports modification of currency and interest rate curves so that users can analyse the sensitivity of their portfolio to different FX and interest rate projections, including parallel and variable yield curve shifts. Multiple scenarios can be applied based on differing criteria, thus allowing many valuations to be analysed per financial transaction/portfolio.
MyTreasur-e offers Treasurers the ability to manage their overall financial relationships with banks and counterparties by tracking all transactions, including trades, credit availability, and bank activity. Consolidated and detailed reports are available on exposures, including deals and activity by a counterparty, or across all counterparties.
MyTreasur-e also offers full counterparty and internal limit management for all financial transactions. Users can structure limits by counterparty, rating, and other criteria to ensure that internal treasury policies are effectively managed. Limit breaches can be set to either prevent deals from being completed or serve as a warning.