Cash concentration

Example:

you have 2 bank accounts (i.e. Bank X and Bank Y). For each of these bank accounts, you set a minimum of XXX 10,000. In the actual account, it appears X has XXX 15,000 while Bank Y has XXX 20,000. The difference XXX 5,000 (from Bank X) and XXX 10,000 (from Bank Y) will be transferred for a total of XXX 15.000 to Bank Account Z (Cash pool). This increases the possibility of using the surplus for other uses.

Cash concentration is the transfer of funds from diverse accounts into a central account to improve the efficiency of cash management. The consolidation of cash into a single account allows a company to maintain smaller cash balances overall, and to identify excess cash available for short term investments. The cash available in different bank accounts are pooled into a master account. The advantages of cash concentration are 1) Cash control 2) Cash visibility