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Jun 17

BELLIN SWIFT Service Users Well Prepared for SWIFT Customer Security Programme (CSP)

Security is part and parcel of communicating financial data, and in times of cybercrime and fraud the topic has become more crucial than ever. This is why SWIFT has introduced the SWIFT Customer Security Programme (CSP) to build on existing guidance and establish a security baseline for the entire SWIFT Community. Both BELLIN and SWIFT want to make sure that the over 100 BELLIN SWIFT Service users are well prepared for the SWIFT Customer Security Programme (CSP) and receive the best possible support throughout the process.

Within this framework, SWIFT requires all SWIFT members to submit a so-called “self-attestation” by the end of the year to strengthen the integrity of the SWIFT Network and to further raise awareness for IT security. On June 28, BELLIN will be offering a...

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Jun 17

BELLIN Exceeds 100 BELLIN SWIFT Service Clients

This week we have hit the100 BELLIN SWIFT Service clients mark! Congratulations to Xylem Europe GmbH in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, and to the BELLIN team who have helped get more companies connected to the SWIFT Network than any other provider!

BELLIN pioneered the Plug & Play solution directly integrated in our treasury management system tm5, standardizing worldwide banking communication and making it accessible to medium-sized companies. This technology has been recognized on several occasions, including at the FinTech Innovation Awards. BELLIN runs the entire BELLIN SWIFT Service infrastructure in our own dedicated data centers, making them available to our customers as a service. With BELLIN, communication via SWIFT has become straightforward, affordable and easy to use...

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May 17

Meet BELLIN at ACT and FSM: May 17 is “BELLIN Day”

ACT in Manchester and Finanzsymposium in Mannheim – both events assert their status as treasury forums of excellence with first-rate experts and outstanding contributions. A perfect fit for BELLIN who will be showing in Manchester and Mannheim! We will be exhibiting treasury expertise at our booth and presenting best practices in workshops and track sessions, providing valuable input.

This year’s ACT kicks off on May 16 and you can meet the BELLIN experts at booth no. 24. A BELLIN track session is scheduled for May 17 at 2.20 p.m. featuring Alison Lygo, Senior Treasury Manager at ASOS.com Ltd., Royston Da Costa, Assistant Group Treasurer at Wolseley Group Services Ltd., and Ulrich Rosenquist, Managing Director at BELLIN. The track session is hosted by Carl Sharman, UK Head of...

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May 17

Swiss Payments Harmonization: All Set for the Migration to the ISO 20022 Standard

Switzerland has a unique status in a number of ways and often makes clever use of its position, for example when it comes to the Swiss Financial Center. When SEPA was introduced in the European Economic Area, SIX – an organization made up of 140 Swiss banks of various sizes and with different focuses – decided to wait before taking the step of standardizing and harmonizing their own payments setup. It was then decided in 2016 to move forward with modernizing and simplifying existing payments processes (currently involving various formats, procedures and document types) and to make them more economical by 2020. A timeline for companies, banks and software providers was defined – but what has happened since this announcement? How far has the standardization progressed? And what...

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Apr 17

Cash Management: Optimizing Your Setup with Load Balanced Treasury®

Cash management is arguably the most important treasury management discipline. For many treasurers, this doesn’t even merit an extra mention. However, cash management is such a complex subject that has the power to potentially make or break a company; it does deserve a more detailed examination. What is cash management and how can I find the optimum setup for my business?

Cash management refers to the active management of a company’s or a group’s short-term resources to sustain its ongoing activities, mobilize funds where needed and optimize liquidity. Most importantly, this involves the efficient use of current assets and liabilities, systematic planning, monitoring and managing collections, disbursements and account balances, as well as the...

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