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Future Banking: Corporate Banking and Transaction Services in an Era of Innovation

Corporate Banking in an era of innovation with HSBC's Global Head of Innovation (Global Functions)...

Finextra: Intix CMO outlines how data management technology helps banks put their payment transaction data to work

Putting your payment transaction data to work.

Why specialisation is the key to successful transaction data management

Looking to the future, there seems little doubt that these regulatory demands will grow any less...

How compliance officers fight reputational risks using data technology

Compliance officers are tasked to continuously scrutinise transactions; to do this efficiently, easy access to transaction details is a must. It is however not a trivial endeavour as transactions are usually processed by a multitude of internal systems, and transaction data is rarely centralised in a single system.

The data accessibility challenge is usually the top obstacle for compliance...



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Richer data poised to become the pre-condition for cross-border payments to thrive

Data gained through ISO 20022 migration will impact corporate efficiency at different levels.

Data is fast becoming a crucial enabler of faster and more frictionless cross-border payments. As payments become more commoditised, the ability to tap into data that accompanies payments is becoming increasingly important for compliance and reconciliation.

The Global Treasurer
Treasurers demand more visibility over payments, says ACT

Part of what treasurers need is more visibility of future payment flows. If instant payments replace ACH, you lose the clearing cycle and get no visibility at all of what may be going out or coming in.