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Bank relationships are vital. Bank Relationship Management (BRM) is a major task in any corporate treasury department and covers many other staff around the company. Often large companies use hundreds…

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Bank Relations & KYC

Should you think about adopting CAMT053?

by CTMfile

Adoption of ISO 20022 payment standards should be ongoing, writes Amber Christian in Treasury & Risk. The CAMT053 standard can improve communication between corporates and their banks

Bank Relations & KYC

2016 Review - August

by CTMfile

Do you really need a TMS? Blockchain will “fundamentally alter” global finance; Align Commerce revolutionary global SME payment service; eBAM the road forward

Bank Relations & KYC

Banks embrace open banking in face of fintech competition

by CTMfile

Banks are changing their attitude and approach towards opening banking, with 69 per cent of banks saying that open banking is more of an opportunity than a threat, according to a survey by Temenos.

Bank Relations & KYC

Now more than ever, NPLs are key risk to EU banking sector

by CTMfile

On Friday the European Banking Authority (EBA) published a timely report on the risk and vulnerabilities in the EU banking sector, identifying non-performing loans (NPLs) as a key challenge.

Bank Relations & KYC

How will PSD2 change the UK payments landscape?

by CTMfile

Banks face a stark choice of accepting the new payments world passively – or proactively developing additional services to retain customers. Do you know how your bank will handle PSD2?

Bank Relations & KYC

The future of bank risk management – EY survey

by CTMfile

A report on bank risk management looks at the transformation in the banking sector eight years after the 2008 financial crisis, which saw the demise of several banks and the bailout of others.

Bank Relations & KYC

NSFR rule will force US banks to hold more cash

by CTMfile

US regulators have proposed a new rule that would require the nation’s largest banks to hold sufficient amounts of stable funding to guarantee liquidity for a period of one year.