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In 2004, following a period of rapid growth, Toyota Financial Services (TFS) faced a substantial increase in its annual funding requirements. Its treasury staff knew that seeking added liquidity through its traditional capital market sources would come at a steep cost, despite the company’s triple-A credit ratings. And since senior management had just requested that treasury work to lower the company’s overall cost of funds, treasury had to start thinking out of the box.

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