JPMorgan Treasury Services has announced several enhancements to its Web-based trade services – Trade Origination Process (TOP) and Trade Information Exchange (TIE). TIE now offers scanned trade document images for client review and printing, as well as an upgraded history feature that allows retrieval of trade data for up to 365 days. In addition, the platform now houses improved e-mail notification for new issuances, payments, and amendments. JPMorgan’s TOP has added a new service for import clients that provides an automatic e-mail notification, indicating when discrepancies are available for review and response.
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