JMH Treasury has selected Selkirk Financial Technologies’ treasury management system to support two recently acquired outsourcing services, AssistantTreasurer and Vtreasurer. The firm said that the integrated operations of AssistantTreasurer and Vtreasurer ‘will further JMH Treasury’s vision of becoming the leading independent provider of premium outsourced treasury solutions’. AssistantTreasurer, based in Atlanta, has relied on Selkirk’s technology and customer support since inception. JMH Treasury’s selection of Selkirk for its Dublin-based Vtreasurer service was a strategic move. ‘Selkirk has demonstrated continuous success in delivering innovative solutions and first-class customer service in North America,’ said Declan Lynch, chief executive officer at Vtreasurer. ‘With our outsourcing services powered by Selkirk technology, JMH Treasury can now seamlessly serve clients in both the US and Europe.’ Future plans include scaling this model to include an outsourcing service offering for the Asia Pacific region.
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