Accounts & Cash Pool
Learn more about the Accounts module in Corporate Netbank along with some instruction tutorials about Global Cash Pool.
Here is a video about how to create account sets in Corporate Netbank. The video is about 3 minutes and it is possible to view the video in enlarge format.
Global Cash Pool
Global Cash Pool (GCP) is a balance netting cash concentration solution where you have real-time access and full control via the GCP web interface. In the interface you can set internal rules such as credits, cash flow limits and cover control structures. Here you will find more information and several instruction videos on how to use the service.
If you are a new user we recommend you to start by watching our introduction video that you find via this link under Online Training. It is in English and takes around 10 minutes.
We have a new functionality in the service, where you can make internal conditions for Deposit fee. If you are interested and want to know more you are welcome to read a step-by-step guide.
Here is a video about how to register a new internal credit. The video is about 8 minutes and it is possible to view the video in enlarge format.
Here is a video about how to edit an internal credit. The video is about 3 minutes and it is possible to view the video in enlarge format.
Here is a video about how to work with the global cash pool pages in Corporate Netbank. The video is about 6 minutes and it is possible to view the video in enlarge format.
Are you using this guide in relation to the IBOR transition? See below the affected IBOR rates and their corresponding Adjusted ARR rate.
|IBOR Rates||ARR rate name with ISDA spread|
|LIBOR 1 week GBP||SONIA - GBP 1W ISDA Spr|
|LIBOR 1 week USD||SOFR - USD 1W ISDA Spr|
|LIBOR 1 week CHF||SARON - CHF 1W ISDA Spr|
|LIBOR 1 week JPY||TONAR - JPY 1W ISDA Spr|
|LIBOR 1 month GBP||SONIA - GBP 1M ISDA Spr|
|LIBOR 1 month CHF||SARON - CHF 1M ISDA Spr|
|LIBOR 1 month JPY||TONAR - JPY 1M ISDA Spr|
|EONIA O/N||ESTR with fixed Spr|
Notice: For deposit interest there are Interest packages per baserate with negative as well as positive margins. They will be marked as below:
Base rate with negative margin: Baserate - XXX 1W ISDA SPR MAR
Base rate with positive margin: Baserate - XXX 1W ISDA SPR POS