With companies establishing deeper and larger operations globally, they are often burdened by regulation, reporting and tax requirements. This, in turn, is pushing them to scrutinize cost, optimize working capital and simplify business processes to stay relevant in an increasingly competitive marketplace.
Organizations are looking for innovative ways to give them greater flexibility and scale without suffering any reduction in control or the ability to demonstrate control. Centralized Trading Centers (CTC) offer a way for organizations to consolidate, co-ordinate and demonstrate control and cost efficiency in a central location. KPMG and J.P. Morgan are proud to present this report, which sets out to discuss the use of CTCs and the benefits they provide global companies. It also provides a practical methodology to integrate the financial and the physical supply chain.
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