Manage effectively.

Increase working capital, improve liquidity, create efficiencies and reduce costs with the help of our balance sheet management solutions.


Reduce currency risks.

Minimize the impact of adverse currency movements to protect profit margins and reduce cash flow and earnings volatility.

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Maximize returns on idle cash.

Put large, excess balances or idle funds to work with on- and off-shore investment alternatives.

  • On shore: U.S. dollar deposits in U.S. Bank DDA, MMDA or CDs, plus access to other U.S. dollar denominated investment options
  • Off shore: U.S. Bank Eurodollar time deposits in U.S. dollars or five other currency options

Optimize cash flow with improved oversight and control.

Easily analyze spend locally, regionally and globally.

  • Gain great visibility into organizational spend worldwide
  • Leverage data to negotiate better payment terms and maximize supplier discounts

Integrate to save time and money.

Use our suite of tools to integrate your ERP or TMS with U.S. Bank to efficiently make payments and reconcile your accounts.

  • Domestic and international payments in one integration
  • Consolidated payables solutions
  • SWIFT FIN and FileAct solutions
  • Robust information reporting available online or in any of our integration solutions

Access account activity online.

Gain visibility and transparency with convenient online solutions. We invest in our online capabilities to keep pace as the needs of our clients evolve. Here are a few of the many ways you can access your global banking and payments activity online with desktop and mobile solutions:

  • Complete foreign exchange transactions.
  • Provide FX settlement.
  • Query outstanding and historical trade details.
  • Access global rollup reporting in 27 currencies for worldwide spend visibility.

Explore insights on U.S. Bank Financial IQ.

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Investment and insurance products and services including annuities are:
Not a deposit • Not FDIC insured • May lose value • Not bank guaranteed • Not insured by any federal government agency.

The creditor and issuer of U.S. Bank credit cards is U.S. Bank National Association, pursuant to separate licenses from Visa U.S.A. Inc., MasterCard International Inc. and American Express. American Express is a federally registered service mark of American Express.

Notice: Foreign-denominated transactions are subject to foreign currency exchange risk. Customers are not protected against foreign currency exchange rate fluctuations by FDIC insurance, or any other insurance or guaranty program.

The foregoing products are available solely for business transactions and not for personal, family or household transactions.

Deposit products are offered by U.S. Bank National Association. Member FDIC. Credit products are offered by U.S. Bank National Association and subject to normal credit approval. Eligibility requirements, restrictions and fees may apply.

Deposit accounts with non-U.S. financial institutions offered through U.S. Bank are not deposits of U.S. Bank and are not insured by the FDIC or guaranteed by any governmental agency or authority, or by U.S. Bank.