BELLIN contributes to the “Get Treasury Connected” megatrend in treasury with a new and exclusive
customer magazine. The publication’s name says it all: Treasury Connected! Its readers receive
relevant information on major topics of daily treasury business – such as SEPA and EMIR – as well as
exciting and entertaining content. The BELLIN customer magazine also features bylined articles and
expert opinions from our renowned partners. It appears regularly as a printed version with an initial
print run of 800 copies. Customers can also read it online on BELLIN BACKSTAGE.
However, this customer magazine is only the newest
BELLIN initiative to get treasurers connected. For several
years, BELLIN has been offering its users a social
platform for exchange. BELLIN BACKSTAGE is an
exclusive global user platform enabling more than 15,000
users of tm5 to share their knowledge and expertise.
“BELLIN BACKSTAGE is one of the largest exclusive
treasury networks worldwide,” Martin Bellin explains.
“The platform brings together all information on the
BELLIN treasury solution – for example documentation,
video tutorials, background information on current topics
and FAQs. We now complement it with our new customer
magazine Treasury Connected.”
Moreover, BELLIN hosts a major treasury conference
again this year – the 1TC, short for “1st Treasury
Convention”. “At this year’s Treasury Convention, we
once again welcome renowned partners such as
Deutsche Bank, HSBC, UniCredit, PwC, Ernst & Young,
Chatham, Vallstein, UBS, SEB, Tomato, Svenska Handelsbanken, SWIFT, MISYS, and several others,”
says Martin Bellin. “This makes it an ideal opportunity for our customers to exchange knowledge and
to get themselves connected – not just virtually, but in person!”
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