SWIFT for Corporate Treasury
Establishing SWIFT as Your Strategic Platform for Global Growth
Featuring - The Dell Case Study
Original Broadcast Date: Thursday, March 1, 2012
Learn how SWIFT can provide your treasury operations with a strategic platform that will improve working capital and liquidity management through global cash visibility. You’ll hear how to lower operating costs by simplifying and standardizing your connection to your banks. And, you’ll understand how eBAM can streamline and automate bank account management throughout your organization.
Learn from case studies provided by leading corporate treasurers, industry consultants and the banks. Leave with a better understanding of how to proceed with your business case for SWIFT.
Critical Topics Covered:
- What Are the Strategic Corporate Treasury Drivers
- Introduction to the key benefits of SWIFT
- Update on New & Emerging SWIFT Solutions
- Benefits of Using a SWIFT Service Bureau
- Pre-Implementation & Your Bank as a Key
- Overview of The Dell Case Study
Peter Schmitz, Dell - Global Treasury Product Manager
Laurens Tijdhof, Zanders - Global Treasury & Finance Consultant
Linda Haddad, Bank of America Merrill Lynch - Global Integration Product Manager
Gareth Johnson, Fundtech - Head of Operations, SWIFT Service Bureau
Donna Miskin, Treasury & Risk - Editor-in-Chief
Fundtech operates the world's largest SWIFT service bureau, successfully connecting over 500 corporations and banks to SWIFT since 1995. SWIFT is still a relatively new concept to most non-bank corporations. As such, it is essential that their service bureau partner can understand and guide them through the process of establishing a successful SWIFT connection.
About Fundtech's SWIFT for Corporate Solution:
To learn more, please visit the website at fundtech.com.
This webinar is part of an ongoing series of educational events that Fundtech is sponsoring. We hope that you will attend the following complementary event:
Additional Fundtech Events
Implementing SWIFT in 3 Easy Steps. Live seminar in Houston, TX. March 20, 2012 from 8 am – 4 pm. Register Now!