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As banks reassess their credit relationships with corporate customers, with a view to maintaining those relationships that are more profitable and less risky, corporates, particularly those in tiers 2 and 3, will find it increasingly difficult to source lines of credit needed for expansion and investment. At the same time, liquidity management techniques that enable treasurers to make rapid and accurate assessments of available cash and to better control and optimize yields on idle cash balances are more important than ever before. It is no surprise then, given the more difficult climate, that banks are turning to non-traditional lines of business to try to replace the revenues lost as their bread-and-butter businesses become increasingly commoditized.
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