New categorization rules for deposits will dramatically change banks' desire for deposits and the rates they pay.
Future changes in interest rates will benefit financial institutions that have a liquidity and investment strategy in place.
SEC reform is being implemented in 2016, and IMMFA reform is anticipated in 2015, shifting investment behavior.
A recent study estimates that the S&P 500 (ex-Financials) companies have 25% to 40% of their cash trapped offshore.
Corporate treasurers want to be able to access information about their liquidity position any place, any time.
Cachematrix today announced that it has expanded its global presence to include an office in London. The new office, based out of Canary Wharf, opens this month and will serve as a hub for European operational and technology support.
On July 23, 2014, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) voted to amend Rule 2a-7, which governs money market funds. Cachematrix has anticipated this outcome and understands that upcoming modifications will provide many new opportunities for the entire industry.