Fundtech has rolled out its Global Cashplus solution to the European market. Currently the product has 13 clients across the Asia-Pacific region, and has recently added two banks in Europe, including the National Bank of Greece.
Mark Wilson, managing director of Fundtech’s European business, said: “Global Cashplus is suited for the European market because cross-border commerce is a way of life for companies of all sizes. With Global Cashplus, banks can help their corporate customers optimise funds usage across their complex network of account and credit facilities in multiple countries, and ultimately provide working capital management via integrated cross-border cash and liquidity management services.”
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