In the recently released IDC MarketScape: Worldwide End-to-End Corporate Banking Solution Providers 2019 Vendor Assessment, Oracle was named a leader among End-to-End Corporate Banking Solution Providers evaluated.
June 17, 2020 at 9:30 pm ET
Virtual accounts are not a new concept, but they have become the recent buzzword in banking. So, what exactly are they and how have they evolved over time to improve reconciliation and cash liquidity management? Join us for the next webinar in our Capital Clarity Series to learn more about virtual account management (VAM), including its evolution and outlook for the future.
Gain support for the entire credit and loan lifecycle, from customer onboarding to credit management and loan processing. Meet all types of financing needs and participate in syndication and secondary loan trading to balance loan portfolios. Lower credit risk and optimize credit and loans at every stage of your customer’s business.
Enable corporate customers to gain real-time visibility into their global cash and liquidity position, and help them manage working capital more effectively. Easily define complex account structures for corporate customers operating in sophisticated group structures.
Manage a wide array of trade finance products such as guarantees, documentary credit, bills, and documentary collections with predefined, automated process workflows and user-modifiable process workflows.
Engage digitally with corporate customers in real time, scale operations rapidly, and gain end-to-end visibility into customers’ trade finance transactions.
Increase profits by enabling relationship managers to optimize the deal process, control price erosion, and consistently make better pricing decisions on every negotiation.
Oracle Banking Digital Experience enables banks to offer corporate banking customers a channel experience on par with retail banking.
Corporate customers can approve transactions on the go via wearables or mobile. Persona-based dashboards are custom-designed to fulfill requirements of corporate executives, approvers, and financial controllers.
Oracle Banking provides an extensive set of ready-to-deploy corporate banking APIs. Instantly leverage an open-banking technology framework and eliminate the cost, time, and effort of building APIs from scratch. Built on RESTful services, the API framework can be deployed in days and readily connected with existing systems at the front and back end.
Enrich the corporate customer journey and enhance offerings through best-of-breed technology and process optimization. Oracle enables digitization for corporate lending and credit management to manage complex commercial loan processing, trade loan portfolios efficiently, and easily structure syndicated finance.
Celent discusses how corporate bankers can excel in three dimensions: enrich the corporate customer journey, empower staff and clients, and enhance offerings through partnerships, best-of-breed, and point solutions.
Roubini Thoughtlab surveyed 1,500 financial service providers to analyze the benefits of being a digital leader and the costs of lagging behind. Ensure your company is on the right track.
Winds of change are blowing across the corporate banking landscape. Find out how you can stay on top of these developments and keep the lights on.
Multicurrency cash and liquidity pools across markets and time zones and regulatory restrictions have led to trapped liquidity and necessitated the need for effective liquidity management.
Stringent regulatory norms and the increasing need for a single customer view of credit risk is forcing banks to revamp and rethink credit management.
The current model of syndicated loan processing may hamper banks as they struggle to cope with fast-paced industry growth and evolving customer demands.
Once thought of as investment banking's less glamorous sibling, transaction banking is now a rising star in the global financial services industry.
While the custodial banking business has traditionally been transactional in nature with established revenue streams, custody banks are now forced to reassess their operations.
To withstand new regulatory pressures, investor expectations, and innovative competitors, banks will need to digitize their credit-risk processes. (PDF)
Custodian banks will face challenges on the digital highway, but flexibility and openness can lead to a smarter, more strategic approach.