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No relationships are more important to corporate treasurers than their relationships with the banks that provide them with credit. But companies’ ties to their banking partners could be strained in coming years as large banks adjust to the new capital requirements set forth by Basel III. At the same time, companies’ growing use of SWIFT and other services to link to their banks may make it easier for corporate treasuries to shuffle their banking relationships.

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