As Toyota Motor Co. struggled with recalls in 2010, the treasury and finance pros at Toyota Financial Services, its worldwide financial and insurance arm, were busy building a comprehensive liquidity risk assessment framework that uses dynamic scenarios, risk limits and critical analysis rather than static metrics and simple cash flow modeling. Executives can now optimize funding strategy and get an early sense of trouble, says Amit Shroff, head of financial planning and analysis and market risk.

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Treasury & Risk | October 28, 2010 | With Maureen Callahan

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