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SWIFT Connectivity for Corporate Treasurers 2008

SWIFT Connectivity for Corporate Treasurers 2008

In today's financial landscape, corporate treasurers are faced with a growing number of challenges including increased pressure on cost and working capital, need for tighter control, globalisation, more stringent compliance and acquisitions. To help corporates navigate through this operational dilemma, optimise global visibility and control over cashflows and better manage risk, SWIFT together with the financial community provides a solution.  ‘SWIFT for corporates' allows corporates to exchange financial information (payments, treasury and securities orders, reporting) with all their financial institutions through one single, highly secure, standardised communication platform, as opposed to using multiple connections.

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Special Feature

Read articleFlying with Swallow’s Wings

by Helen Sanders, Editor

Best Practice Articles

Read articleSWIFT for Corporates: a Single Gateway to the Financial Industry

by Luc Meurant, Head of Corporate Access Programme, SWIFT

Read articleImplementing SWIFTNet for Excellence in Treasury Processes

by Volkmar Lorenz, Finance Controlling & Operations, Daimler AG

Read articleBehind the Figures

by Brian Weekes, Head of Banking Services, PacNet Services

Thought Leadership

Read articleHow HSBC Puts Connectivity to Work for its Clients

by Ian Bryant, Senior Product Manager, HSBC Global Payments & Cash Management

Read article(Maybe) Europe is Smaller than I Thought!

by UniCredit Group

Read articleSWIFT and Standardisation

by Corinne Babok, Marketing Group Manager, Société Générale Payment Services, and Martine Boutineau, Technology and Product Research Advisor, Société Générale Payment Services

Read articleTrends in Corporate Connectivity

by Cédric Dumont, SWIFTNet Product Manager, ING

Other Articles

Read articleAs Time Goes By

by Helen Sanders, Editor

Read articlePioneering SWIFT Corporate Access in Latin America

by Helen Sanders, Editor

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