How to unlock the true value of ISO 20022?

ISO 20022 is at the center of payments modernization globally. While banks generally tend to understand the benefits ISO 20022 can deliver, the initiatives driven at most banks are a tactical attempt at establishing a formal checkmark for compliance with the new messaging formats. Meeting the payment rail timelines, standardization of message formats and bank internal priorities continue to take center stage while taking away the focus from the true value ISO can deliver.

Through this whitepaper, Intellect Global Transaction Banking shares its views on how banks can approach ISO 20022 in a manner that not only delivers the end-results through a progressive modernization journey but adds also generates significant value, both to the bank and their clients.

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Payments Limits Management in a Real-Time World

Corporate payments are at the focus of organizations and banks worldwide. While they bring in much needed operational liquidity and balances for banks, the risk of missing a cut off, delaying a payment or erroneously releasing a payment without suitable limit checks can have catastrophic consequences.

Through this whitepaper find out how iGTB Transaction Limits Management has helped banks improve STP and client satisfaction while reducing Basel III provisioning and operational costs.

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Acceleration of Liquidity Management

The white paper draws on research carried out by Coalition Greenwich in collaboration with iGTB demonstrating the need to accelerate liquidity management.

Joshua CohenJoshua Cohen, Head of Liquidity, iGTB demonstrates that with 57% of corporates citing Liquidity Management as a top business priority for the next 6-12 months, it is by far the most frequently mentioned business priority. Corporates need their banks to adapt and deliver new tools as they grapple with adjusting to new ways of working and of managing cash.

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The Road to Heaven is Paved with Bad Transformations

The Road to Heaven is Paved with Bad Transformations

The white paper highlights how understanding the right aims will set the right context for corporate banking digital transformation programme.

Andrew England, Director and Head of Strategy, iGTB, makes the case that there is a much broader context covering the way designing business and the way to handle risk, and the regulatory spotlight will fall on those who undervalue those crucial elements

The paper also touches upon the ECG framework for banks and digital transformation in the post Covid world.

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Santander, supported by iGTB, achieve “an incredible 70% average improvement of KPIs” say Aité-Novarica in their Payments Case Study

The Payments Case Study report “Implementing a Market Leading Global Payments Platform,” by highly respected analyst Erika Baumann, shows how Santander, one of the largest banks in Europe and the 16th largest banking institution in the world, “created a market-leading global payments platform that did not previously exist in the market” by partnering with iGTB and using iGTB’s Payments Service Hub.

Why Banks Offer Virtual Accounts

While some banks are already taking steps towards enabling themselves on virtual accounts, they take a varied approach when it comes to their strategy in rolling out the capability.

Virtual Accounts 2.0 The Definitive Guide DOWNLOAD

Virtual accounts 2.0 is a true revolution. The corporate/bank relationship is being turned on its head and virtual accounts play a key role in democratizing how corporations manage cash with higher levels of maturity and sophistication. Virtual accounts give control to the corporation while at the same time providing measurable benefits to the banks.

Cashing in on Trade

From time immemorial, corporate banking organizational structure has carved out Trade and Payments & Cash Management as separate product verticals. However, as we sit on the eve of a major and much needed phase of economic growth, we must redraw our future understanding of trade and international commerce activity.

For commercial and transaction banking professionals, joining the dots, or failing to do so, will likely drive their business success going forward. The confluence of four key factors will re-sculpt the world of Trade Finance and Payments & Cash Management.

This thought leadership article by Andrew England, Director and Head of Strategy, iGTB, brings you four key factors that determine cashing in on the  future of trade finance.

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LMS build or buy

Build or Buy
Competing … with Liquidity Management

This document highlights eight critical areas that will help you make the right decision for your Liquidity management technology solution.

Get your copy to know the benefits of buying vs using/extending your DDA or asking the IT team to go on a build journey.

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AI, Will this technology finally tie the regulators in knots?

Artificial Intelligence: Will this technology finally tie the regulators in knots?


In Q3 last year, the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority conducted a survey of 200 financial firms on the adoption of AI.

Some 80 % of respondents claimed they were using AI technologies. So AI is here to stay and is becoming widely used in voice banking, bio-metric authentication, customer segmentation, credit scoring, automation of clerical processes and many other areas.

But there is currently no regulation around AI. Initiatives on the ethical use of data are at a nascent stage in Europe with initial expert group being formed. As with the earlier GDPR, the soundings and noise levels from the politicians across Europe are beginning to be heard, though. The general level of consciousness in protecting fair decisioning and being able to explain decisions from AI adoption to individuals or small firms is being questioned.

Get your copy of the thought leadership article by Andrew England, Director and Head of Strategy, iGTB to decipher regulatory jurisdiction covering the technology industry, with all its unintended consequences.



Andrew England,

Director and Head of Strategy, iGTB


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