Transaction Banking

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Steve Morgan

BANKS ARE UNDER PRESSURE TO REDUCE FRICTION IN CROSS-BORDER PAYMENTS - BUT HOW?

For commercial banks, a nagging issue is how to improve cross border payments. Compared to domestic payments they are more expensive, cumbersome and take longer to carry out. But despite banking techn...

15 Nov 2019
Retired Member

Global Trade Finance move to digital

Trade Finance is possibly the last cottage industry in financial services. Trade finance originally started out as a specialist area, often known as the International Department. There are similaritie...

09 Oct 2019
Tapan Agarwal

Digital Transaction Banking ....as SIBOS 2019 draws to a close....

On the first day of Sibos My Transaction Banker gave to me A current account and OD facility On the second day of Sibos My Transaction Banker gave to me Two virtual accounts And A current account and...

26 Sep 2019
Bob Lyddon

Crummy CReM code Part VIII and the low standards for firms to meet

This is the eighth and final blog in our series on the Contingent Reimbursement Model code (“CReM”) that purports to offer customers strong protection against certain types of Authorised Push Payment ...

17 Mar 2019
Bob Lyddon

Crummy CReM code Part VII and customers’ added responsibilities

This is the seventh blog out of eight in our series on the Contingent Reimbursement Model code (“CReM”) that purports to offer customers strong protection against certain types of Authorised Push Paym...

15 Mar 2019
Bob Lyddon

Crummy CReM code Part VI as customers’ baseline rights are overridden

This is the sixth blog out of eight in our series on the Contingent Reimbursement Model code (“CReM”) that purports to offer customers strong protection against certain types of Authorised Push Payme...

14 Mar 2019
Bob Lyddon

Crummy CReM code Part V few customers covered, voluntary for firms, and dependent upon CoP

This is the fifth blog out of eight in our series on the Contingent Reimbursement Model code (“CReM”) that purports to offer customers strong protection against certain types of Authorised Push Paymen...

14 Mar 2019
Bob Lyddon

Crummy CReM code Part IV, and ensuring validation of mandatory data at the beneficiary firm

This is the fourth blog out of eight in our series on the Contingent Reimbursement Model code (“CReM”) that purports to offer customers strong protection against certain types of Authorised Push Payme...

12 Mar 2019
Bob Lyddon

Crummy CReM code Part III, cause of 'wrong name' APPF and customer’s current legal protection

This is the third blog out of eight in our series on the Contingent Reimbursement Model code (“CReM”) that purports to offer customers strong protection against certain types of Authorised Push Paymen...

11 Mar 2019
Bob Lyddon

Crummy CReM code Part II bizarre choice of types of fraud covered by it

This is the second blog out of eight in our series on the Contingent Reimbursement Model code (“CReM”) that purports to offer customers (also known as Payment Service Users or “PSUs”) strong protectio...

10 Mar 2019