Strategic Partners: Morgan Money and SAP Treasury Management
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J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s institutional liquidity management platform, Morgan Money is now available to SAP customers through SAP Treasury Management. This is a solution within the SAP Intelligent Enterprise offering customers real-time cash visibility and allowing them to improve liquidity as well as lower risk.
Morgan Money, is a multi-currency, open architecture trading and risk management system. The platform which launched in 2019, is designed to deliver a seamless customer experience, centred on operational efficiency, end-to-end system integration, and effective controls to allow customers to invest when, where and how they want — securely.
This partnership, effective September 2020, allows clients to trade their cash in real time, see all accounts on one screen and seamlessly integrate their two platforms. In turn, this saves time, prevents operational error and effectively controls liquidity.
“This is a significant partnership that harnesses the scale and expertise of two industry leaders in J.P. Morgan Asset Management and SAP to expand the reach and performance of our Morgan Money liquidity management platform. The agreement will enable SAP’s substantial Treasury Management customer base to directly access Morgan Money, delivering a real-time dashboard to invest, a single access point for operations, and enhanced risk management controls.”
Paul Przybylski, Head of Product Strategy, Global Liquidity, J.P. Morgan Asset Management
“Corporate treasurers are looking for a streamlined customer experience. J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s SAP partnership is a great example how we enable our customers to consume innovative financial solutions and services.”
Falk Rieker, Global Head of IBU Banking, SAP America
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