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SWIFT and EuroFinance asked treasurers around the world what they thought. The results were telling.

EuroFinance - Corporate Treasury Network

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The future of payments, a corporate treasury perspective

 Company size magnifies the issues

Pressing issues in cross-border payments

Corporates demand for solutions that will prompt fundamental changes in the cross-border payments space. And these problems are not new: corporates want speed, transparency and traceability when dealing with cross-border payments.

Real-time tracking tops the list

Real-time tracking tops the list

Three quarters of the surveyed corporate treasury professionals placed real-time tracking as their top-of-list priority service.

 Fintech adoption – busting the myths

Fintech adoption – busting the myths

Only 8% use an alternative service provider for cross-border payments. 55% of the respondents have no plans to use alternative providers. The main concerns are security and fraud.

Challenges in cross-border payments

The corporate wish-list for enhanced global payments

Corporate treasury professionals have identified these as their top 5 priorities for change.

  1. Tracing payments in case of problems
  2. Consistency in bank payment processes
  3. Visibility on the cost and deductions from a transaction
  4. Consistency between the amount sent and amount received, especially when “OUR” charges
  5. Quality and completeness of remittance information sent with payments

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