As more and more people are using mobile banking (and payment) app on their consumer smart phones – more and more corporate treasurers are demanding the same type of mobile offerings from their partner banks.
How are banks responding to these developments? The challenge for banks is to provide cash management and transaction services in multiple channels such as smart phones and tablets. These technological enhancements reflect a larger change in transaction banking to a more ‘customer-centric’ business model with fewer and deeper corporate relationships.
We have gathered a panel of mobile and corporate banking thought leaders to discuss and debate these topics in a lively webcast:
- David Rose, regional product manager, Citi
- Helena Forest, product strategy and commercialization, Deutsche Bank
- Tim Tyler, solution manager for mobile and mobility, Misys
- Elizabeth Lumley, special projects manager, Finextra
Watch a preview of this webcast now:
Our panel will discuss:
- What are corporates demanding?
- Can banks just offer corporates a ‘version’ of their retail offerings – what has to change to make mobile attractive to corporates?
- Which transaction banking services are best suited to the mobile?
- Can a ‘retail-like’ version of a banking app be offered to SMEs and smaller corporates?
- How do regulations affect mobile corporate offerings – especially in regards to cross-border payments?
- Where are we headed? Are mobile corporate demands more about the death of the PC- than a need for convenience?