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Cashfac PLC Head Office

50 Mark Lane

Cashfac - Australia Office

Level 31 120 Collins St
Victoria 3000

Cashfac - Scotland Office

Cedar House, Quarrywood Court
EH54 6AX


+44 (0)207 920 0617


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Interest Rate Management

Using our interest rate management capability, businesses that manage cash on behalf of others can earn interest at a pooled account level while determining the interest due to their client accounts. This allows them to offer a differentiated client offering, taking advantage of applying different levels of interest funded through the pooled account.

For organisations deploying virtual accounts to support an in-house bank structure, the interest rate management capabilities enable shared service centres to be funded through the interest at the pooled account level.

Our platform supports multiple debit and credit interest rate models, commonly calculated from a base/benchmark rate. Businesses using our virtual accounts platform can configure multiple interest rates and apply to their virtual accounts as well as determining their own capitalisation frequencies and statement production.

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Payments Management

Businesses typically need to manage complex relationships between their back-office ledgers and their bank accounts. With the introduction of virtual accounts, it is possible to create a hierarchy of virtual accounts that can map to their ledger and act like a bank account. Our platform seamlessly integrates a business’s Accounts Payable (AP) process from their …

Multibank Cash Management

Bringing together unlimited numbers of real and virtual bank accounts in a single view, our multibank capabilities provide direct control over balances with an accurate forward balance view. Customers can manage their cash seamlessly across multiple bank partners with the solutions underlying bank connectivity managing the actual cash flows to and from each bank. It …

Sweeping and Target Balancing

For many years, businesses and banks have needed to move money between accounts to optimise their liquidity or availability while maximising return on that money. This could have been for imprest (top up) accounts to hold funds in the most logical place or even to forward monies, when a balance has been achieved, to a …