BNY Mellon, a provider of investment management and investment services, has launched TreasuryEdge Mobile, designed to assist clients with managing their electronic banking (e-banking) transactions and related information reporting from an iPad. TreasuryEdge Mobile joins offerings available from BNY Mellon’s liquidity services, asset servicing, and global markets businesses as part of a growing series of integrated applets available via BNY Mellon Connect. Designed to provide clients with a single point of interface for iPad-based BNY Mellon offerings, BNY Mellon Connect has been available for download via the App Store since early this past summer.
An adaptation of BNY Mellon’s new TreasuryEdge desktop e-banking application, TreasuryEdge Mobile delivers key TreasuryEdge features adapted specifically for client use on iPads and other mobile devices. Available for download to registered TreasuryEdge users at the App Store through BNY Mellon Connect Mobile, TreasuryEdge Mobile will allow treasury services clients to quickly access key data elements and initiate, approve and/or release transactions using their mobile device.
“Our two most important priorities are providing innovative solutions that help our clients succeed, and integrating treasury services with other BNY Mellon businesses to make sure we’re delivering the full range of BNY Mellon’s capabilities to our clients,” said Susan Skerritt, executive vice president (EVP) and global head of business strategy and market solutions for BNY Mellon Treasury Services. “TreasuryEdge Mobile delivers on both of those commitments. Uniquely responsive to client needs for service on a ‘wherever, whenever’ basis, this new app fully leverages the mobility, convenience and efficiency advantages of today’s smart mobile devices. It also integrates our treasury services offerings with other related BNY Mellon capabilities, notably our liquidity services.”
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