CBI Treasury Management Review
The CBI Treasury Management Review Program is designed for three types of companies:
- Larger companies ($100+ million in sales) that have complex treasury requirements;
- Smaller companies ($35+ million in sales) that are on the cusp of needing a sophisticated treasury management function but lack the internal resources to develop these capabilities;
- US parents that manage Canadian subsidiary banking relationships as a head office function.
A CBI Treasury Management Review analyzes a company’s current treasury management system from both efficiency and effectiveness viewpoints. The Review concludes with a report detailing cost saving opportunities and treasury management recommendations, as well as a formal negotiating strategy to deal with banking issues.
CBI performs Treasury Management Reviews on a contingency fee basis. The contingency fee is 50% of first year cost savings and 25% of second year cost savings. Fees are paid on an “as earned” basis.
CBI charges a $5,000 non-refundable deposit to begin the Treasury Management Review process. If CBI does not identify cost savings in excess of $7,500 no contingency fee payment is due.