Cash Management

How Philippines’ cash management services thrived amongst MSMEs amidst the crisis

BDO, Security Bank, and BPI on how the pandemic changed Philippines' cash management services industry.

How Philippines’ cash management services thrived amongst MSMEs amidst the crisis

BDO, Security Bank, and BPI on how the pandemic changed Philippines' cash management services industry.

Security Bank, MUFG inks deal for expanded cash management access

MUFG’s corporate clients will be able to access Security Bank’s cash management system DigiBanker.

How Philippines' cash management services transformed and thrived in the pandemic

Big businesses are pushing MSMEs to take up digital banking, says Carlo Nazareno, head of cash management at BDO.

Citi, CSOP Asset Management to launch new L&I products

The bank will also provide custody, fund administration and trustee services.

Eight in 10 SMEs in ASEAN rely on technology for cash flow woes

Technology is the top investment priority by most of the respondents.

Deutsche Bank names new head of China corporate cash management

Alvin Ho will oversee the cash management sales in the country.

1 in 3 senior financial officers worried about global recession risks

27% flagged the impact of trade tariffs on their businesses.

How Singapore banks are using analytics to drive SME growth

By analysing massive data volumes, UOB is able to slash loan processing time by 60%.

How RHB Bank aims to plug Malaysia's $20b SME funding gap

The bank aims to extend $7.5b in new and additional loans for SMEs by 2021.

JP Morgan launches working capital index

Companies can identify inefficient use of liquidity and improve internal funding sources.

Virtual cash management tools are taking off in Asia

Global transaction banking revenues are estimated at nearly $1t in 2017 or 43% of wholesale banking revenues.

UOB renews supply chain financing deal with LiuGong

The bank will provide cash management and trade finance services.

Krungsri embraces emerging technologies to create more value for corporate clients

The bank is the first major player in Thailand to apply blockchain to enhance supply chain transactions. Krungsri is leveraging on the knowledge from its Japanese parent, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG), as well as new technologies to rapidly grow its commercial customer base in Thailand. The bank pioneered the use of decentralised ledger technology to significantly increase the speed, transparency and accountability of supply chain transactions and expand capital access to cash-short SMEs. It has been six years since MUFG acquired 76.88% of the Thai bank, and since then, it has wasted no time in transferring knowledge, skills and all-important market access to its local subsidiary. By banking on emerging technologies, Krungsri hopes to sustain robust asset growth figures in its commercial banking business.

UOB gives SMEs the digital leg-up in Shopmatic partnership

Small firms can now build customised websites within 15 minutes.

Singapore Budget 2019: SMEs' First Step in a Journey of a Thousand Miles

We are living in Industrial Revolution 4.0 where data have emerged as the new ‘growth fuel’, powering everything from productivity and profits to politics and dominance.

Citi unveils digital onboarding for APAC institutional clients

Clients can open accounts in as quickly as two days.