Treasury Management Systems: Benefits, function and integration

The path to a modern, future-proof treasury system landscape

Dates & Place
04.06.2024 in Mannheim
26.09.2024 ONLINE

Special knowledge


1 day


EUR 1.650,- plus VAT.

Felix Stegmüller

Felix Stegmüller


Schwabe, Ley & Greiner


Setting up a modern treasury system landscape offers immense advantages in terms of automation, transparency and security - but is also associated with a number of challenges. We will show you what state-of-the-art treasury system landscapes look like, what functions treasury management systems (TMS) offer, and how to implement them successfully. We not only look at the functions in the areas of cash management, payment transactions, instrument management and risk management, but also examine the question of how the processes must be designed in order to be mapped by the system.

Main topics


  • What are the tasks of the cash manager in the company?
  • What are the minimum standards to be taken into account in the organizational structure & process organization?
  • What are the differences in the accounting or treasury perspective? Which business management approaches do you need to understand?
  • What are the requirements vis-à-vis banks?
  • What are the current trends in cash management for large and small companies?

Use cases

  • Which subject areas does a TMS cover (and which ones does it not)?
  • What are the benefits of a TMS?
  • When does an introduction make sense?

System implementation of selected processes

  • What system requirements do processes entail (e.g. payment transactions, cash management, transaction processing and transaction management, liquidity planning, risk management)?
  • What functions does the TMS perform in detail?
  • Which upstream and downstream systems need to be connected?
  • What are the requirements for implementation that need to be prepared in the process?
  • Where are stumbling blocks?

Establishment of a treasury system landscape

  • What should a state-of-the-art treasury system landscape look like?
  • Which interfaces to upstream and downstream systems (e.g. ERP system, market data supplier, trading platform, etc.) need to be defined?

Overview of system providers and pricing

  • Which providers offer which systems?
  • Where are the differences, strengths and weaknesses?

Current developments on the market

  • What trends are discernible in the market?
  • How are new technologies used and for which questions does their use make sense?

Business Case

  • How can the benefits of a TMS be evaluated?
  • How can internal costs be evaluated?

System selection

  • How must a system selection be prepared?
  • Which phases are passed through? What is to be observed?

Group of participants

Treasury employees and managers who are involved in the introduction of a treasury management system or are working on the further development of the treasury system landscape


The aim of the seminar is to familiarize participants with the functional scope of current treasury systems. The focus is always on the user perspective and the question of how current and future requirements can best be covered by a TMS.

Feedback from our customers

I liked the presentation of SLG's approach to such projects. In particular, the information on tendering and scoping was very valuable to me. Before the seminar, I lacked the strategy to get from the long to the short list of vendors for my company. Mr. Stegmüller filled this gap perfectly.

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Marc Baumgärtner

Marc Baumgärtner

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