At FTI Treasury we utilise best in market treasury technology to deliver our services.  Our fully integrated technology infrastructure ensures seamless processes resulting in world class client deliverables.

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At FTI Treasury, our technology vision is founded on employing top-tier applications designed specifically for each treasury activity we undertake.  We look for software providers who are aligned with our core values and are willing to work with us to integrate their technology within our environment and to our clients specific requirements.


Some of the applications that we currently use are:

CGI TWIN: This is our Treasury Management System (TMS) provider. We have had a mutually beneficial relationship with CGI TWIN for over 25 years. Over this time we have work closely with them to ensure that the system has been designed with In House Banking at its core.

Coprocess: This is our Netting system provider. We have been working with CoProcess for around 10 years. This state of the art netting system provide us with the flexibility to meet our clients needs and integrates seamlessly with our TMS and the In House Banking process.

Nomentia Liquidity: This is our Cash Forecasting System provider. We have been working with Nomentia for around 9 to 10 years. This highly adaptable and intuitive system allows us to accurately forecast subsidiaries cash needs both in the short term and long term by effortlessly connecting to Bank systems and ERP systems.

UiPath: In an effort to ensure we are always using the most up-to-date technologies we decided around 4 years ago to start our journey into Robot Process Automation (RPA). UiPath is an industry leader in the market and ensure we are able to ensure that our staff are being deployed in the most effective way so that we can deliver the best services to our clients.

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