We were one of the first European asset managers to help corporate investors meet their cash management needs, launching its first money market portfolios in the 1970s.

By working with us you are choosing a solid partner that is backed up by the financial strength of the BNP Paribas Group – one of the few European financial institutions to maintain an A+ rating.

BNP Paribas provides a complete range of banking services to corporate clients, including M&A services and commercial lending, so many of our corporate clients also work with our parent company for their commercial and investment banking needs. In doing so they benefit from an integrated approach to their financial arrangements as we work closely on our corporate clients’ accounts with our colleagues across the Group to make sure you enjoy a first-class experience with us.

We understand that corporate treasurers currently find themselves in a difficult situation. Faced with the conflicting pressures of a search for yield and the need to avoid excessive risk, companies are struggling to decide where to invest the sizeable cash reserves they have built up in recent years.

We can help you with this decision. Whether you need to invest in a money market fund to meet your day-to-day cash flow needs, an ultra-short-duration bond fund ahead of debt repayments in the coming months, or a short-term bond fund as you plan for major expenditure in a year or more’s time, we can provide you with the right cash management vehicle to suit your exact requirements. All of our cash management strategies take a very active approach as we seek to make your money work as hard as possible for you in this low-return environment.

And we pride ourselves on the quality of client service we provide corporate investors. Our centralised client servicing team in Luxembourg is available whenever you need to get in touch with us, and we provide regular comprehensive reports on your transactions and holdings, simplifying the reconciliation of your accounts and reducing your administrative costs.