JP Morgan Treasury Services has continued the global roll out of the JP Morgan Access Mobile banking platform, with China, India and Vietnam now online following the platform’s regional launch in Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore and Thailand earlier this year.
Multinational companies, large domestic enterprises and mid-sized corporates can now enjoy secure cash management for accounts located in China, India and Vietnam, through a convenient and flexible mobile banking platform.
Access Mobile features include:
- The ability to view multicurrency cash balances, transaction details and alerts for accounts held with JP Morgan and third-party bank accounts in key Asian markets and globally.
- A ‘quick decision’ feature, which allows clients to project cash positions based on anticipated transactions and target balances at the account level.
- Customisable business critical alerts, which assist clients in taking immediate action and making important decisions on the go.
- The ability to terminate and erase all information on the screen if the application is inactive for more than just a few minutes, and easily deactivate the device if it is lost or stolen.
- Multi-language navigation in simplified and traditional Chinese, Japanese and Spanish.
David Koh, head of treasury services, greater China, JP Morgan, said: “JP Morgan Access Mobile’s highly intuitive user interface allows corporate treasurers to monitor business critical account information on the go, helping them make faster and more accurate decisions.”
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