Treasury Tools

J.P. Morgan Treasury Services; BNY Mellon; Bank of America Merrill Lynch; Citi; DB Advisors

J.P. Morgan Treasury Services says it is now offering a mobile application that lets clients using the bank’s ACCESS cash management platform view cash balances, transaction details and customizable alerts. The mobile app, available worldwide, provides a “quick decision” feature that allows users to take into account anticipated transactions to calculate projected cash balances. J.P. Morgan says it is working on enhancements to the app, including the ability to approve wire payments.

BNY Mellon says it has launched an application, TreasuryEdge Mobile, that allows clients to manage banking transactions and information reporting using an iPad. TreasuryEdge Mobile lets clients approve payments and confirm that payments have been processed, make intra-company transactions and create reports on their accounts. BNY says that once it gets feedback on the application, it will consider a version for mobile phones.


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