Getting to grips with trapped cash


Getting to grips with trapped cash

Companies need easier access to their cash across the globe as regulatory changes are expected to make borrowing more expensive.

Economic Analysis

27 June 2013

But strict rules on getting funds out of emerging markets - where many have invested heavily - are a major roadblock. Fortunately, regulatory reforms mean cash previously caught behind a country’s borders is becoming more accessible.

Read the full story by Ugur Bitiren, Corporate Advisory, and Nicholas Claus, Transaction Services Product Manager at RBS on RBS Insight.

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