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Bridging the divide

Bridging the divide

Source: City Networks

City Networks draws on its experience in message management to provide a 'best practice' view of the exchange of information between the treasury functions of banks and corporates, not only from a process perspective, but also with a view to the economics of the exercise.

The paper explores ways to bridge the STP divide between banks and corporates using City Network's Concord confirmation matching service as an example of best practice.

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