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GTB Advisory Event, Malaysia

26 July, 2016 | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

iGTB is conducting the first of its kind transaction banking advisory event in Kuala Lumpur. This event builds on the success of the earlier Advisory Events, a leading industry platform for senior banking professionals and corporate treasurers to network and learn about key trends shaping the transaction banking industry.

It is a two and a half hour, by-invitation event for senior transaction bankers and key thought leaders, with round tables on risk, digital, payments, liquidity and supply chain. It provides peer-to-peer discussion on trending topics in transaction banking. Uniquely, each session creates a white paper you can receive which, in the past, has created business ideas banks are following up on. 

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iGTB Oxford School of Transaction Banking

13- 15 July | Oxford and London

The programme is a two and a half day immersive learning experience that is designed to help transaction banking executives develop a winning strategy and thrive in the complex and fast-moving world of Transaction Banking.

The programme looks to empower participants to manage the challenges they face better, improve their decision making skills and help them anticipate and address change. You will hear from seasoned practitioners of Transaction Banking who have achieved important success in major global and regional financial institutions. Their practical insights will be punctuated by peer-to-peer learning exercises, enabling participants to grasp a deep understanding of how other people have addressed many common challenges.

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Press Release
 

iGTB appoints Herber De Ruijter as new Head of Digital for Corporate Banking

Intellect iGTB, the organisation behind the world’s first comprehensive global transaction banking solution, has appointed Herber De Ruijter as its new Head of Digital, responsible for Product Strategy and Development of Intellect’s Digital offerings for Corporate Banking. Herber joins iGTB from solutions provider Backbase, where he was responsible for product development as well as leading the company’s American business and operations. 

Herber brings more than two decades experience in product strategy, business development and product development to the role. Prior to joining Backbase, Herber previously worked for experience management vendor SDL Tridion, where he was Head of Operations of North America.

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iGTB helps Euro Exim Bank boost due diligence with risk-based cognitive computing platform

iGTB, the world’s first comprehensive global transaction banking solution, announced today that Euro Exim Bank, the trade finance specialist, is to implement DDIQ: the most advanced due diligence tool for compliance. The tool, delivered by iGTB, will significantly enhance Euro Exim Bank’s due diligence and “Know Your Customer” (KYC) processes through a combination of automation and intelligent interpretation.

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iGTB named Global Finance Innovator 2016

iGTB’s product innovation has named as one of just seven winners in the “Product Innovation” category of Global Finance’s hotly-contested annual “Innovators in Transaction Services” awards. Once again making headlines with its development of CBX on Apple Watch, which was announced amid great fanfare at SIBOS 2015, iGTB's extension of CBX to new devices including the Apple Watch marks a turning point in corporate payments.

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iGTB Middle East Client Advisory Event takes center stage in Cash & Trade

Taking stock: the Middle East discusses its banking outlook

The latest issue of Cash & Trade magazine features a full write-up of iGTB’s Middle East Client Advisory Event, held in Dubai in February. The annual forum brought together senior transaction bankers from across the region – including delegates from Jordan, Kuwait, Qatar, the UAE and Kenya – to discuss the industry’s key developments and find solutions to mutual challenges.

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Expert Speak
 

Unified Payment Interface - Can It Ease Collection for Corporations?

Bama Suresh

20 May 2016

NPCI announced the launch of Unified Payment Interface on 11th April 2015 at the hands of Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan along with Nandan Nilekani, advisor to NPCI. The platform intends to be a next generation online payments solution and will leverage trends such as increasing smartphone adoption and deeper penetration of mobile data. This article throws light on the capabilities of the platform and an attempt has been made to analyse whether it would be a game changer, easing collections for corporations.

 
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Slick Business: why the Middle East is key for trade finance

Anand Pande – product council head, supply chain and trade finance – was quoted in the April/May issue of Trade Finance magazine in a feature on how the volatile commodities sector is changing the dynamics of trade finance in the Middle East. In the detailed examination of the Gulf’s reaction to the oil price slump and its wider implications, ‘Slick Business: why the Middle East is key for trade finance’ shared the views of the industry’s leading professionals regarding the shift towards alternative forms of funding as well as new investment opportunities. The full article is available in Trade Finance, volume 21, issue 3, April/May 2016 - available to download here (subscription required).
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Blog
 

When Many is Not More

Tapan Agarwal – Risk Product Council Chair

18 May 2016

Banks are the one place certain to use technology; but many systems – sometimes too many – can plague efficiency, eat into profitability and compound risk. What happens when many stops being more?

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The Danger That Lies Within

Tapan Agarwal – Risk Product Council Chair

11 May, 2016

Almost half the incidents of serious economic crimes are perpetrated by internal parties. Internal fraud poses just as grave a risk as external fraud does. How can automated systems, reduce manual intervention and in turn lower incidents of risk? 

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