In the age of ‘customer experience’ many parts of the bank are striving to realign channel and product silos towards a customer-centric business model. However, before these ‘sexy’ initiatives can be implemented it is important to centralise, integrate and streamline operations and processing covering the core of transaction banking – cash management, trade finance and payments.
Finextra and Misys have gathered a panel of industry leaders to discuss the evolution of payments processing and transaction banking operations.
- Ruth Wandhöfer, Head of Regulatory & Market Strategy, Citi Transaction Services
- Linda McLaughlin-Moore, Head of Cash Management and Liquidity EMEA at JP Morgan
- Barry Kislingbury, global solutions manager, payments and messaging, Misys
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The panel will discuss:
- Globalisation is playing a greater role in the financial supply chain – how are banks responding to this? By expanding their global reach or is a partnership model a better strategy to serve global corporate customers?
- How will Basel III affect traditional trade finance and the supply chain?
- Reducing complexity and reducing costs is a dominate concerns of transaction banks - are we seeing more demand for payment hubs to reduce heterogeneous environments?
- What are the challenges and barriers to fully integrate their back office operations and payments processing?
- What will be the main strategic focus for banks while managing their transaction services or cash management business over the next year?