Entries with tag finance .

BANKING WITH MINIMAL RISK – THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TRANSPORTATION EXECUTION AND FINANCIAL SUCCESS

13 Jan 2017

Banks and financial institutes spend a lot of money annually on shipping. Recently, Deloitte and Touche estimated that the costs of handling money exceed $300 billion annually. Although many documents can now be transferred electronically, banks and financial institutions still incur significant costs to ship physical documents across town and around the world.

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2017 TRENDS IN BANKING AND FINANCE LOGISTICS

16 Feb 2017

As financial services organizations look forward to how banking logistics will evolve in 2017, there are several trends emerging, particularly in the areas of technology innovation, regulatory compliance and optimization pressure. Let’s take a closer look at these three trends.

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TIPS TO REDUCE RISK AND IMPROVE SECURITY IN THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL SUPPLY CHAIN

23 Feb 2017

Even the smoothest-running logistics organization faces threats to its business, whether it’s natural disasters that can strike without warning, slower moving political changes that can impact regulatory compliance at home or abroad, labor shortages and even common threats like physical security, theft or loss.

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TRADE COMPLIANCE CHALLENGES IN FINANCIAL INDUSTRY LOGISTICS

16 Mar 2017

The US Federal government, as well as many international organizations, are deeply concerned about ensuring money that crosses international borders – through financial transactions, shipment of funds, etc. – is not being used to support criminal activity, terrorism, the spread of nuclear weapons and other activities that are in opposition to US foreign policy and principles of international cooperation.

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TIPS FOR CHOOSING PARCEL SHIPPING SOFTWARE FOR BANKS AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

06 Apr 2017

Moving packages efficiently has always been a high priority for banks and financial services firms, which have a mission-critical need to move contracts, agreements and other documents between branches, to customers and to third parties.

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