GTNews Explores How the Corporate-Bank Relationship Is Evolving

by Erin McCune on April 16, 2008

in Banking, Payments News, Treasury & Cash Management

Five new articles at GTNews this week explore how the Corporate-Bank relationship is evolving:

The Changing Nature of Today's Corporate-to-Bank Relationship
Suzanne Hurt, Bottomline Technologies
How can banks balance meeting the needs of clients with charting the right course for their business?

What Do Corporate Treasurers Expect of Their Banks?
Vesa Kalliokoski, OpusCapita
What expectations and requirements do CFOs and treasurers currently have of their banks?

Driving Forward Corporate Adoption of SEPA
Andrew Reid, Deutsche Bank
How can banks bridge the gap to make migration to SEPA as painless as possible for corporates?

Single Bank Model At Any Price?
Peter Cunningham, Citi
A framework to help corporates compare the single bank model with the multiple bank model.

B2T: Banks Thinking Outside the Box
Sanna Outa, Exidio
This article argues that banks must really understand what corporates want in order to survive in today's market.

There's lots more at GTNews

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