Advanced SaaS TRM Workflow Delivers on Global Treasury Requirements
Reval, a leading global provider of comprehensive and integrated Software-as-a-Service solutions for Treasury and Risk Management (TRM), announced today from the Association for Financial Professionals’ annual conference in Las Vegas that it has released its new version 13.1, the second this year of two regularly scheduled, annual upgrades. The single-version, multi-tenant SaaS TRM provides multinationals with new functionality and workflow that deliver both control and flexibility to satisfy central and regional treasury needs (visit Reval at booth #525).
“Reval’s SaaS TRM puts more control in the hands of treasury,” says Phil Pettinato, Chief Technology Officer of Reval. “The latest version provides global treasuries with the capabilities necessary to standardize their operations, while empowering local treasuries with the flexibility to meet regional requirements. Version 13.1 underscores our commitment to continuous investment in the advancement of a flexible, global all-in-one SaaS TRM.”
With Reval 13.1, treasuries can prioritize workflows across tasks, users and roles to improve their day-to-day processes and enforce policy compliance. Additionally, they can gain more control, security and flexibility over their payment processes and simplify compliance with international standards, such as ISO20022 and regional standards such as SEPA. More flexible views enable treasury teams to better analyze and visualize cash forecasts as they need across accounts, entities, counterparties and projects.
Reval has also strengthened its award-winning financial risk management and hedge accounting capabilities. In the wake of new derivative regulations, Reval 13.1 helps companies control FX transaction volumes and costs with a simplified, straight-through process for FX hedge requests from subsidiaries trading through their central treasuries. Central treasuries can consolidate multiple FX hedge requests into netted positions and gain more visibility into their underlying exposures. Reval also helps companies meet post-crisis demand for pay-as-you-go (PAYG) inflation swaps, create custom shocks files for Cashflow at Risk analysis, and employ a new method of hedge accounting for the basis adjustment of fair value hedges.