Virtual Account Management – Breakfast Seminar

In partnership with Accenture, we hosted a ‘Virtual Account Management’ breakfast seminar in Amsterdam, in January 2017

When: Tuesday 31st January 2017 08:00 – 09:45
Where: Accenture offices, Gustav Mahlerplein 90, 1082 MA Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Virtual Account Management (VAM) is a hot topic. It has been around for some time, but the combination of regulation, specifically Basel 3 reporting, and the arrival of the digital economy enabled by new technologies, has accelerated demand for VAM solutions.

In this seminar, Cashfac joined Accenture to present our insights on market trends in transaction banking (including VAM), the challenges for banks from regulation and the needs of corporates, covering questions such as:

  • What are the implications of Basel 3 and PSD2 on VAM?
  • How does VAM enable banks to respond to regulation whilst delivering enhanced services to corporate clients?
  • How will transaction banking operate in the digital economy and what is the role of VAM in this new landscape?

 

This event has already taken place. To express an interest in future events please email info@cashfac.com 

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