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An Optimal Banking Structure in Russia

Banking Structure in Russia

Many companies have rationalised their bank relationships in recent years with a view to managing counterparty risk more effectively, streamlining connectivity and centralising liquidity. This is easier to achieve in countries with a well-developed banking system and a culture of electronic payments than in countries at an earlier stage in the development of their financial infrastructure.

In this article, Nadezhda Leitsinger of Kraft Foods in Russia outlines how the company has approached bank relationships in Russia.

Key Points

  • Treasury organisation
  • Reviewing bank relationships
  • Achieving efficiency and control
  • Regular reviews
  • The importance of relationships

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Nadezhda Leitsinger

Kraft Foods

Working Capital and Treasury Manager

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