Core Banking, Payments

Moving Payment Services Out of CORE Banking - Payments Unplugged

September 10, 2022

Moving Payment Services Out of CORE Banking - Payments Unplugged
The Global Payments Revenue is expected to reach $2.5 trillion by 2025 overcoming the pandemic induced decline in 2020/2021, when revenues stood at $1.5 trillion.

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BUILDING A CASH CULTURE DRIVEN BY AR EXCELLENCE

whitePaper | June 11, 2022

Prudent cash and liquidity management is critical in times like these. Cash management practices can make or break a business. Businesses that managed cash and liquidity prudently before the pandemic have remained resilient, while less-prepared businesses faced existential threats in the face of a liquidity crunch. As businesses emerge from the uncertainty of the pandemic and chart paths to revenue and profit growth, senior executives have a rare opportunity to rethink the way their business manages its cash. Modernizing the underlying accounts receivable (AR) systems and processes that a business uses to apply, manage, and forecast its cash can create a culture that can result in long-term cash excellence.

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AWS User Guide to Financial Services Regulations and Guidelines in New Zealand

whitePaper | May 31, 2022

This document provides information to assist financial services institutions in New Zealand that are regulated by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand as they accelerate their use of AWS Cloud services.

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The Emerging Case for Proactive Mule Detection

whitePaper | March 29, 2022

The Emerging Case for Proactive Mule Detection, commissioned by BioCatch and produced by Aite-Novarica Group, examines how recent trends in stimulus fraud have influenced financial institutions (FIs) to shift their disposition toward managing mule activity. The white paper is the product of a survey of 32 North American fraud executives as well as interviews with three fraud leaders who are actively engaged in transforming how their institutions proactively track, detect, and manage mule activity.

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TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION IN CAPITAL MARKETS

whitePaper | February 4, 2020

Banks are also open to innovation, with a perhaps surprising 83% focusing most of their technology efforts on the front office and 56% on CRM in the last three years. This reflects a focus on improving the digital customer experience and becoming more customer-centric. We're now seeing the wave of digitalization that has swept through retail banking move through SME business banking, which represents $1 trillion (20%) of bank revenues worldwide but sees the biggest gaps in funding and customer satisfaction (estimated at $5tr by the World Economic Forum).

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FlashSpread cloud: The future of financial analysis

whitePaper | July 10, 2023

Spreading tax returns is an essential task in commercial lending. As part of the process of standardizing information from financial statements into a consistent layout and format, it ultimately enables lenders to understand the story of a business through its numbers.

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The Fundamentals of a Personalized Digital Banking Experience

whitePaper | April 14, 2022

The expectations today's customers have towards personalized digital banking are directly impacted by their experience across other industries such as eCommerce, healthcare, gaming, retail, etc. This is particularly true across emerging markets in Africa, such as Kenya, South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, and Egypt, where increased mobile penetration has created an obsession among customers for customized digital experiences, forcing institutions to align their offerings towards this trend.

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At GE Capital we provide smart financing and the know-how of GE to help our customers' capital go further and do more. GE Capital is an extension of GE's rich heritage of building and supporting growth. We're helping companies in ways that no other bank can. Any bank can help you finance. What we know can help you grow.

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