Your Boutique Treasury Consultancy
Introducing Monks Consulting
Monks Consulting is a boutique consulting firm specialising in treasury and foreign exchange.
Our company allows corporate leaders to focus on building their business, whilst knowing we are building a solid base of policy and process to support their future vision.
Using our depth of experience, we provide clients with a range of services aimed at developing your company's treasury function and overall approach to financial risk.
Based out of London, we have worked with clients across Asia-Pacific, UK & North America and are happy to engage with clients across multiple locations.
Whether this is a move to electronic trading to gain better pricing, overhauling your reporting processes, or implementing new systems, our team has the experience to help you execute and take advantage of new efficiencies.
You don’t need a large treasury team to execute good policy. We can train your staff in-house, helping to spread the workload, and allowing you to focus on your primary business.
Banking & Operations
With our extensive network of international banking relationships we can make sure you have access to the best facilities and partners in the market.
Our decades of experience in markets allows us to give invaluable insights
We are not bank owned, meaning we are completely impartial and unbiased
We deliver value while allowing you to focus on running your business
Active Cash Management
When working across multiple currencies, good cash management is key to managing costs and ensuring your company has liquidity where it needs it, when it needs it, and at the right price.
Treasury Policy & Reporting
Our team will work with you to create or update your treasury policy, using terminology your business can understand. Policy should evolve and grow with your business, setting you up for future success.
Currency markets can be opaque, especially when dealing in Forwards or Options. We help you see the true costs of the services you use, and help ensure you get market leading prices across all products.
An investment in knowledge pays the best interest
Benjamin Franklin (1758)