Huntington Bank has won two awards for ‘Middle Market Treasury Management Overall Satisfaction’. The bank received these awards for its excellent cash management services and commitment to the success of the business.
The US bank, which has been named as one of the top middle banks by Greenwich Associates twice already, received this award for a third time for achieving a 95% confidence level based on significant amount of “Excellent” ratings.
Huntington Bankshares Incorporated is a $66 billion asset regional bank holding company based in Columbus, Ohio which provides treasury management services, alongside a whole host of other services. The treasury management services offered by Huntington Bank ensure that companies have everything they need to pay, invest and maximise the return on their liquidity.
The bank also offers automated Clearing House (ACH) collection and disbursement, returns management, consolidated returns, corporate credit cards and wire transfers. They also promise to use their internet-based reporting service in order to transfer funds more securely with online transactions, as well as improve the quality of information, improve timeliness and enhance business operations.
Mike Anderson, managing director of treasury management at Huntington Bank said: “At Huntington we are grateful to work closely with our customers every day. We provide treasury management services to help our local middle – market businesses to become more competitive, to enhance their working capital and to grow.”
Out of the 750 banks up for nomination, only 25 received national and regional recognition and the results were based on interviews with nearly 13,000 businesses with sales of $10 million to $500 million across the US.
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