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How Bank CIOs Can Align Transaction Banking With Changing Corporate Treasury Demand

Published: 29 September 2015

ID: G00281679

Analyst(s): Fabio Chesini


The corporate treasurer's role is rapidly expanding to include operational activities that make it possible to better predict liquidity cash flows. In this changing environment, bank CIOs need to deliver new value-added services using existing transaction flows that the bank captures from customers.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges


  • The Failure to Align With Changing Corporate Treasury Needs: A Critical Problem for Transaction Banking CIOs


  • Work With Line-of-Business Leaders and Other Key Stakeholders to Identify the Challenges and Opportunities Presented by Increased Corporate Treasurer's Demand on Services Beyond Their Established Duties
  • Conduct a Comprehensive IT Inventory of All Transaction Banking-Related Systems and Processes
  • Use This Functional and System Component Assessment as the Baseline for Enhancing Your Transaction Banking Platform to Meet Evolving Customer Requirements

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