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iGTB at SIBOS 2016, Visit booth D67

26-29 September | Geneva, Switzerland

To experience Digital 360 in transaction banking, please visit our stall #D67 at Sibos.

At iGTB, everything we do is designed to help banks make more money. With the world's first integrated transaction banking platform, we have experience with 100+ live installations across 85 countries. We are the authority that progressive transaction banks rely on to realize their global transition banking ambitions.

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iGTB at Sibos open theater

Don't miss iGTB at the Sibos open theater. Herber De Ruijter, Head of Digital, iGTB, will speak on how context will be king in the future of transaction banking.

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BREAKFAST FORUM: THE OPPORTUNITY FOR TRANSACTION BANKING IN AFRICA

Transaction Banking is the hot topic worldwide and its relevance to the growing economies of Africa has never been greater.  Sign up now for the exciting forum that offers an opportunity to hear from, and interact with, industry leaders both local and international.

Thursday, 18 August, 2016, Tanzania

Friday, 19 August 2016, Kenya

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iGTB expands Europe team with appointment of Mikael Estvall

Intellect GTB has appointed Mikael Estvall to the role of Senior Business Development Manager, Nordics & Baltics. 

Mikael joins iGTB from Misys, where he was Nordic & Baltic Sales Manager. At Intellect he will oversee iGTB’s operations throughout Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Mikael will be based out of Stockholm, Sweden and would be reporting to Mark Wilson, Business Head, Europe.

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iGTB’s Tapan Agarwal featured in Global Trade Review article on AI in financial services

Tapan Agarwal, Product Council Head at iGTB, has been cited in Global Trade Review in an article discussing the use of AI in the financial services industry. 

The article describes how, because AI’s strength and applicability comes from the quality of the data fed to it, financial services provides a fertile ground for AI applications given how financial institutions themselves are often data mines.

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iGTB Oxford School of Transaction Banking

July 13 - 15, 2016

The iGTB Oxford School of Transaction banking held in Oxford & culminating at the Oxford & Cambridge Club in London was a two and a half day immersive learning experience that was designed to help transaction banking executives develop a winning strategy & thrive in the complex and fast-moving world of Transaction Banking.The programme was crafted for attendees to learn about and explore design frameworks for transaction banking at the three key stages of a transaction bank’s maturity: advocacy, growth and innovation; managing to performance; and conflict, disruption and stakeholder management.

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4th Annual Global Transaction Banking Event-Geneva

The 4th Annual Global Transaction Banking Event is happening in Geneva just before SIBOS. Save the date and make sure you attend this exciting event.

Sat 24 Sep 7.00 pm onwards - Networking with cocktail reception followed by dinner

Sun 25 Sep 9.30 am to 12.00 noon - Business sessions (optional breakfast before and lunch after)

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iGTB featured in discussion on the cost of Brexit in GTNews

In a recent article by Peter Williams, iGTB has been featured commenting on the costs of Brexit in GTNews’s Global Treasury Briefing. The article discusses the effects that leaving the European Union may have on the UK economy, including whether it will affect FX trading, the value of sterling and any effects it will have in the long and short-term.

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iGTB's Phil Cantor featured in Fintech Finance with article on the “Internet of Value”

iGTB’s CMO and Digital Council Chair Phil Cantor has written an article in Fintech Finance about the “Internet of Value” and how it is changing the way corporate banks do business. Cantor discusses how the development of mobile technologies and cryptocurrencies have established the potential for a cheaper value exchange system. This has resulted in non-bank fintech challengers being able to participate in value and payment exchange networks, forcing banks to reinvent themselves to compete.

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iGTB's Manish Maakan named in Global Finance's Who's Who in Treasury & Cash Management awards 2016

iGTB’s CEO Manish Maakan has been named in Global Finance magazine’s Who’s Who in Treasury & Cash Management awards 2016. These awards recognize the most influential, creative, and powerful people in corporate treasury and transaction services. It will be published in the September 2016 issue as part of Global Finance’s 12th annual Treasury & Cash Management Supplement.

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