What is treasury management?

QuestionsWhat is treasury management?
Priya Vishwas asked 1 year ago
3 Answers
Nikhil Rawat answered 1 year ago
Treasury management is a process of managing the cash flow of a business. It includes planning, forecasting and allocating funds to different parts of the company. As an example, if your company needs to purchase a new building in order to expand its business, you will need to use treasury management tools to forecast how much money you need for that purpose. Once you know this figure, you can start looking for suitable properties or negotiate with the seller for a better deal.  
Deepak Goyal answered 1 year ago
Treasury management is the process of managing a company’s cash flow. It includes allocating, tracking, and controlling funds within a company. It is important for businesses to have a treasury management system in place so that they can make sound decisions on how to use their resources. Treasury management can be done by investors and financial managers but with the rise of artificial intelligence, it has become even easier for companies to manage their finances.  
Akshaj Singh answered 1 year ago
Treasury management can be defined as the process of managing a company's cash flow. In the context of investment management, it is the process of managing a portfolio's liquidity and asset allocation. In treasury management, a company's cash flow is managed by using various tools and techniques such as credit lines, borrowing, and hedging.