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The practical requirement for more-efficient digital operations and client interfaces—and now pandemic-induced lockdowns—have put smart digital on fast forward.
In a period of uncertainty, when cash is king, treasurers are looking for greater access to data to optimize liquidity management.
Despite some setbacks, cryptocurrency continues to grow and expand. Now that JPMorgan Chase is on board, will other traditional banks follow?
Dennis Gada, senior vice president and head of Financial Services, North America, for Infosys, spoke with Global Finance about digital transformation in financial services—including treasury—in the midst of the Covid-19 crisis.
Trade wars, a pandemic and heightened regulation are making KYC processes a priority and spurring institutions like Swift and the Fed to standardize them.
With derivatives contracts soaring due to the pandemic, so did OCC’s cash balance.
Our supplement looks at the rise of smart finance and the baby steps that banks are taking into cryptocurrencies.
Our innovative cash management institutions have all introduced new products and services that give customers greater flexibility and greater control over their cash.
Banks are stepping up to provide loans and capital to beleaguered businesses. The challenge is making sure SMEs get more than just a trickle.
Technology and APIs will be critical to the future of treasury and cash management, as digital reshapes corporate finance.
Corporate treasurers in Latin America are looking to create a standardized transactions network to take better advantage of digitization.
African banks invest to keep pace with treasury clients who are embracing new technology solutions.
The line between financial firms and fintech is increasingly blurred as banks invest in digital, cloud, innovation labs, and mobile technologies.
Automation and new regulations are driving corporates to restructure treasury as never before, creating a key role for tech-savvy banks.
Payments modernization, intensifying regulation and new risks are pushing treasurers to demand new efficiencies. Is open banking part of the solution?
Real-time payments and APIs are driving a treasury services revolution for banks across Asia-Pacific.
It’s up to Middle East banks to help their corporate clients improve speed and transparency.
Digitization helps banks speed up money transfer, harmonize services and develop new tools.
As businesses face difficult operating conditions, corporate treasurers need their banking partners to assist with the technology challenge.
Europe is stepping up efforts to unify its financial-services systems, but it will have to work harder to catch up with rivals.
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