September 2016 | in
by Rei
Rei

Webinar: Faster, Better, More Productive – How Best Practices in Bank Connectivity Streamline Your Business

 

Bank account reconciliation and payment processing have come on leaps and bounds in recent years. Treasurers have greater visibility, agility and control than ever before, helping them to manage liquidity, spot discrepancies, and free up time to focus on bigger, strategic projects. But – are you up to speed?

In this webinar, we’ll guide you through best practices to get the most out of these opportunities for your organisation. Joined by guest speaker Simon Kaufmann, Head of Client Relations of Fides Treasury Services, we’ll cover:

  • Vital infrastructure and security issues
  • Methods of connecting to banks, including SWIFT, H2H and EBICS, using a TMS/ERP or Fides Web Solutions
  • Key file formats, such as MT940, MT942, MT101, pain.001, pain.008, camt.052 etc. and local formats

Plus, we’ll take a look at client case studies to model best practice implementations.

Ready to tap into the tools and tactics to streamline your operations? Sign up below to save your place.

Date: 29 September 2016
Time: 10:00 to 11:00 am London
5:00 to 6:00 pm Singapore/Hong Kong
11:00 to 12:00 pm Geneva

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*Note: The contact information in the webinar recording is outdated, please refer to the PDF slides (last slide) for the correct contact info.

 

The Presenter:

Simon Kaufmann

Simon has 6 years of experience in client facing functions within Private Banking and 11 years within Corporate Banking covering Large Multinational Corporates. He has been with Fides since September 2014 and is responsible for the North European and APAC market as well as for Key Clients in Switzerland and our Partnerships. Simon holds besides a comprehensive banking background a Bachelor degree from HWZ, University of Applied Sciences in Business Administration Zurich, Switzerland.
 

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