Nation's Finance Execs Concerned About Cash Flow, TD Bank Survey Finds
What's keeping chief financial officers up at night as they look ahead to 2011? Apparently it's not the state of the economy, according to a TD Bank survey, but rather the challenge of managing cash flow that's causing anxiety among CFOs and other finance managers at mid-sized businesses across America.
SunTrust, BB&T Lead Keynote Consumer Online Banking Survey
Two of the most effective banking websites belong to Atlanta-based SunTrust Banks and Winston-Salem, N.C.-based BB&T, according to a comprehensive research study conducted by Keynote Competitive Research Studies, a subsidiary of mobile and Internet solutions provider Keynote Systems.
SWIFT Announces Release 7.0
Global financial messaging services provider SWIFT today at Sibos announced its next major release, which will be rolled out in 2011.
Citi CEO Pandit Applauds Intent of New Regulation, But Cautions That Basel III is Not Enough
While Dodd-Frank and the CARD act have paved the way for a new level of consumer protection, U.S. financial institutions will have some uncertainty as to their affect until the regulators solidify the rules behind them. Where in some cases Basel III is a step in the right direction, in others it could potentially make matters worse, Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit said.
First Tennessee Becomes First U.S. Bank to Licence CSC's Celeriti
First Tennessee, a Memphis, Tenn.-based bank subsidiary of First Horizon National Corp. with $26.3 billion in assets, is the first U.S. bank to license technology provider CSC's new Celeriti Customer and Deposits software, CSC announced Wednesday at BAI Retail Delivery.
Infosys Launches Finacle Mobile Banking 2.0
Infosys launches Finacle Mobile Banking 2.0; solution facilitates interactive financial management including product selection, proximity payments, RDC, new account opening, ATM/branch locating.
Consumers Would Switch Banks for Instant Mobile Payment Capabilities
A little more than half of consumers who are interested in the ability to make mobile payments from their cell phone would consider leaving their bank for one that gives them that capability, according to research commissioned by Redwood City, Calif.-based mobile payments provider Obopay