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Transaction Banking – An Introduction
Transaction banking refers to a range of banking services for corporate and institutional clients, including payment processing, cash management, trade finance, and securities services such as custody. In the post-financial crisis world, transaction banking has been reevaluated as a business line within banks due to its stable returns and low capital requirements. The growth in global trade, especially in Asia, has also increased the demand from corporates for global transaction banking services.
This course examines the background behind the growth in transaction banking as a distinct business line, the different services provided by transaction banks, and the impact of technology and regulations such as Basel III on the world of transaction banking universe.
On completion of this course, you will be able to:
• Describe the importance of transaction banking to the modern economy
• Outline the different services provided by transaction banks
• Discuss the impact of technological and regulatory changes on the transaction banking business
Topic 1: Overview of Transaction Banking
• What is a Transaction Bank?
• Organization of the Transaction bank
• Transaction Banking & the Global Economy
• Transaction Banking & the Supply Chain
o Supply Chain Deconstruction
Topic 2: Transaction Banking Services
• Payments Services
o Low Value Payments
o Large Value Payments
• Cash Management
• Trade Finance
o Risk Mitigation
• Securities Services
Topic 3: Business & Regulatory Issues
• New Models in Treasury Management
o Shared Services Organization (SSO)
o In-House Bank (IHB)
o Payments Factory
• Trends in Technology & Connectivity
• Basel III Requirements
o Trade Finance
o Other Requirements
No prior knowledge is assumed for this course.
ESTIMATED COMPLETED TIME
Transaction Banking - Payments Services
This course describes the role that both low value and large/high value payments systems play in the global economy.
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