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Tony Smith

Tony Smith

Senior Principal Solution Consultant

Tony Smith

More articles by Tony Smith

  • Who has accountability for Liquidity Management?

    Monday, October 25, 2010

    Very few banks have mastered the art of accountability when it comes to liquidity management. Corporate treasury and finance generally are responsible for the function in most institutions, depending on the purpose for which liquidity is being managed, but often neither has it firmly in its domain.

  • Real Time Protections From Social Media Fraud

    Monday, October 25, 2010

    I recently contributed a post on how social media can be both a blessing and a curse for banks, financial institutions and their customers. In this post, I’d like to share some ways financial institutions can protect themselves and their customers from the potential of fraud.

  • "Real-Time" Liquidity Management Values to be Realised

    Monday, October 25, 2010

    In today’s banking environment, payments data and transactions live on their own islands, separated according to discrete payment businesses or at least discrete geographic units, rather than linked together for holistically serving all these liquidity purposes. Banks might pursue integrating some of these systems in an equally silo’d fashion, through extensive and expensive systems integration projects, but those approaches are not repeatable, adjustable or easily refinable. Real-time insight cannot be delivered on demand across a diverse spectrum of activities, and real-time actions and responses cannot be automated with any ease or consistency.