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iGTB’s Barry Rhodes writes about the dawn of “contextual” corporate payments in The Paypers

Barry Rhodes, iGTB’s Head of Payments, has written an expert piece for The Paypers where he explains how banks should look to understand the context behind a corporate payment to revolutionise their services and develop new revenue streams. Previously, banks have approached payments with a product-centric mindset that hindered meaningful client relationships. A better approach is to understand …

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iGTB’s Herber de Ruijter discusses how banks can make the most of APIs

Banks should take the initiative with APIs, says iGTB’s Head of Digital, Herber de Ruijter, in the first of a series of blogs by iGTB in the lead-up to Sibos 2017. New legislation requiring banks to share data with third-party providers through APIs comes into force in 2018, but it should be seen as an opportunity …

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iGTB’s Herber de Ruijter writes in FX-MM about how banks can lead the charge when it comes to digital transformation

iGTB’s Head of Digital for Corporate Banking, Herber de Ruijter, has written an expert piece for FX-MM arguing that APIs and historical client data can enable banks to thrive as the industry undergoes widespread digital transformation. With enriched data offering a comprehensive and granular understanding of their clients’ needs and aims, banks can offer new, business-aware services, …

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iGTB’s Tapan Agarwal cited in Global Trade Review cover story on “regtech”

Tapan Agarwal, product council head at iGTB, has been cited in the cover story of the latest issue of Global Trade Review, speaking on the subject of “regtech” – the use of technology to resolve regulatory issues and manage compliance risk. Agarwal discusses iGTB’s DDIQ engine – developed by OutsideIQ – which uses artificial intelligence to undertake due diligence. DDIQ …

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iGTB’s Herber de Ruijter on contextual and convenient bank services in expert piece for The Paypers

In the age of digitalisation, APIs and vast amounts of existing client data can enable banks to offer entirely new services and enhance bank-client interactions, rather than just keep up with change driven by regulations and industry competitors, says Herber de Ruijter, Head of Digital at iGTB, in an expert piece for The Paypers. De Ruijter says …

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News of iGTB contract win to implement Raiffeisen’s digital trade finance platform covered by specialist press

iGTB has agreed a contract to implement a comprehensive digital trade finance platform for leading Austrian bank, Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI) and five of its regional banks. The new platform will enable RBI to standardise its operations across numerous legal entities and client segments and digitalise its provision of guarantees, letters of credit, collections and …

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iGTB’s Michel Jacobs talks contextual banking in Global Finance magazine

iGTB’s Michel Jacobs has been quoted in a Global Finance magazine article about the future of transaction banking where he talked about “contextual banking” – understanding the intent and context of each interaction – and how it will enable corporations to make better decisions associated with executing each transaction. “It’s like FedEx,” says Jacobs. “Corporates …

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iGTB’s Michel Jacobs comments on Ripple in Global Finance magazine

Michel Jacobs, executive vice president and head of new market strategy at iGTB, has been quoted in Global Finance magazine where he talks about fintech start-up Ripple, its new distributed ledger payments solution, and compares the current payments environment with the early days of smartphones when channels, adoption and usage were limited. Jacobs points out …

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iGTB’s Justin Silsbury discusses the landscape for liquidity after Basel III in Global Banking and Finance Review

Global Banking and Finance Review has featured an article by Justin Silsbury, Liquidity Consultant at iGTB, on how the landscape for liquidity is changing for both banks and corporates after the introduction of Basel III regulations. Basel III has resulted in seismic shifts in cash and liquidity management, Silsbury argues, with banks being forced to reassess …

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iGTB’s Phil Cantor covers the inaugural iGTB Oxford School of Transaction Banking in GTNews

iGTB’s Phil Cantor has written an article in GTNews about the iGTB Oxford School of Transaction Banking, held in July earlier this year. Set up by iGTB and Ted Roosevelt Malloch, CEO of The Roosevelt Group and Senior Fellow at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, the inaugural course was the first in a series …

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