Optimise and centralise cross-border funds
Sweep cross-border funds
Pool cash from individual subsidiary accounts into a centralised location on a daily basis, ensuring international balances are consolidated for complete oversight and visibility of total organisational funds.
Promote liquidity optimisation
Optimise liquidity between multi-entity cross-border accounts, transferring surplus cash to accounts in deficit. Reduce the need for external borrowing and expensive currency conversions, and move company cash flow to where it’s needed most.
Minimise trapped cash flow
Centralise international funds to reduce the risk of liquidity constraints, expensive currency conversion fees, and trapped cash flow when moving profits across borders. Maximise the efficiency of available funds to all international accounts, immediately transferring funds to subsidiary locations.
Maintain local regulatory compliance
Ensure compliance with local regulations by moving funds to a centralised location in line with country regulations. Whether cash management limits, capital controls, or repatriation of profits, pooling funds enables organisations to legally navigate restrictions on international cash flow transfers while maintaining compliance in varying local markets.