The US dollar continues to be the most dominant currency for global trade flows. Most multinationals are forced to deal with significant USD flows throughout their financial supply chain around the world. Managing these flows across different regions, time-zones and regulatory environments can be very challenging, whether organisations are collecting USD from customers, paying USD to their suppliers or investing excess USD. For those excess funds, what options are available to optimise returns on USD located around the globe? In a recent webinar hosted by Treasury Today, senior executives from BNP Paribas discussed why the USD is the most dominant currency globally.