gtnews has launched a new BlackBerry app, sponsored by ING, which allows treasurers and financial professionals alike to keep up to date with news updates and weekly thought-leadership content published on gtnews.com.
Frequently updated, gtnews for BlackBerry allows you to customise gtnews to the sections you want to read, with the full content of the website available wherever you are in the world.
The sections that gtnews for BlackBerry users will be able to customise include:
- Latest news.
- Best practice.
- Cash management.
- Financial supply chain.
- Industry sectors.
- Investment and funding.
- Single euro payments area (SEPA).
This ING-sponsored app is free to use and simple to download. Just follow this link and join thousands of treasurers from around world in staying abreast of the latest treasury thinking when you need it most.
“ING is continuously supporting corporate treasurers in staying up-to-date on the latest developments in the world of treasury and cash management. Therefore ING is proud to sponsor the new gtnews BlackBerry app. It will help treasurers in making their daily life easier. That’s what ING truly believes in,” says Mark Buitenhek, ING’s global head of payments and cash management.
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