Tag Archive: automation

Deutsche Bank’s Lisa Rossi explains to Euromoney why strategic liquidity management is crucial today

At a time when banks are more reluctant than formerly to take short-term deposits from clients with surplus liquidity, Lisa Rossi, Global Head of Liquidity and Investment Product Development and Head of Institutional Cash Management UK at Deutsche Bank, tells Euromoney that strong liquidity management is more important than ever for corporates. The Euromoney article, …

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iGTB’s Landmark SME Survey Featured in Specialist Press

iGTB authored a report examining the banking requirements of small- and medium-sized business, and whether they are being met by the banking community. The research with 162 SMEs found that despite being the backbone of the U.K economy, small and medium enterprises are “ignored” and “neglected” which has resulted in misconceptions forming in the market …

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iGTB Partner with OutsideIQ to Deliver Advanced Due Diligence Screening Tool

iGTB has announced a partnership with OutsideIQ, the cognitive computing technology company, to deliver a new advanced due diligence screening tool for compliance, named DDIQ. DDIQ will strengthen and simplify the otherwise expensive and labour-intensive due diligence process by producing complete profiles of corporations and individuals in minutes. The system’s ability to combine automated data …

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BNY Mellon’s Ross Jones talks STP optimisation in GTNews

Technological advances and emerging market growth have stimulated client demand for faster and more efficient payments. Writing for GTNews, Ross Jones, Product Line Manager, Global Payments, Treasury Services EMEA, BNY Mellon, discusses how straight-through processing (STP) plays a crucial role in decreasing transaction times and facilitating the global payments market at a time of rapid …

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Landmark iGTB survey shows SMEs are crying out for better banking

iGTB today released a survey that examines under a fine microscope the banking requirements of small- and medium-sized business, and whether they are being met by banking providers. SMEs represent 99% of UK businesses and are critical for real economic growth, Yet SMEs continue to be underserved by banks. They are often “ignored” and “neglected”, due in …

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In Global Banking & Finance Review, Andrew Reid, Deutsche Bank, looks at the SEPA-zone one year on

In Global Banking and Finance Review, Andrew Reid looks at all the possible ways that treasurers can begin to offset the cost of compliance by leveraging SEPA’s benefits to maximise efficiency and operational cost savings for a more robust treasury set-up. Reid writes that ‘The SEPA mindset brought with it a renewed focus on treasury …

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Deutsche Bank’s Andrew Reid on optimising treasury post-SEPA, in Banking Technology

Andrew Reid, Head of Cash Management Corporates for EMEA, Deutsche Bank, looks forwards from the one-year anniversary of compliance, to the possible advances ahead. Reid explains in Banking Technology ‘SEPA’s technological achievements can be leveraged further. For example, the data-rich nature of the ISO 20022 XML standard and the fact that it is now the sole format used …

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iGTB’s Jan Gonnissen in FX-MM on Faster Payments

In September’s issue of FX-MM, Jan Gonnissen, Senior Payments Consultant, iGTB, discusses how technology has accelerated payments and how these ‘faster payments’ will benefit both corporations and banks. Gonnissen explains that, when it comes to Faster Payments, customer expectations have been racing ahead, while the revenue-based business case for banks has never won out. But …

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Deutsche Bank in the Euromoney Transaction Services Guide on investing in technology

David Watson, head of GTB client access products, and Rick Striano, head of platforms and investments for trade finance and cash management corporates at Deutsche Bank, discuss the technology dilemma in Euromoney‘s Transaction Services Guide 2015. While spending on innovation is squeezed thinner than ever, banks must innovate to stay in the race. David and Rick …

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MENA can access SEPA's benefits too, explains Deutsche Bank's Jens Mikolajczak

Deutsche Bank’s Co-Head of Corporate Cash Management, EMEA, writes in Cash & Trade magazine about the relevance of the Single Euro Payments Area to non-euro corporates. Jens Mikolajczak discusses the ways in which SEPA can lower the hurdles for trade and extend efficiency benefits, particularly for multinationals. To read the full article, please click here.



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