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?
http://www.gtnews.com/article/7234.cfm

What Do Corporate Treasurers Expect of Their Banks?
Vesa Kalliokoski, OpusCapita
What expectations and requirements do CFOs and treasurers currently have of their banks?
http://www.gtnews.com/article/7230.cfm

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?
http://www.gtnews.com/article/7233.cfm

Single Bank Model At Any Price?
Peter Cunningham, Citi
A framework to help corporates compare the single bank model with the multiple bank model.
http://www.gtnews.com/article/7232.cfm

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.
http://www.gtnews.com/article/7231.cfm

There's lots more at GTNews

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