Bank of America is augmenting its CashPro Chat service, a key component of the CashPro banking platform used by over 40,000 corporate clients globally. The upgrade incorporates artificial intelligence and… read more →
Bank of America is embarking on a multi-year initiative to digitise trade finance through its new platform, CashPro Supply Chain Solutions. Aimed at optimising working capital and streamlining processes, the… read more →
The ITFA Middle East Regional Committee hosted its fourth Trade Finance Forum (TFF) in collaboration with the DIFC Academy on 29 September 2022.
Bank of America today announced the launch of an expanded CashPro Payment API through which clients can access more than 350 payment types and bundle payments. The development comes as… read more →
Bank of America’s innovative online payment solution, Pay by Bank, is now available for euro currency payments. Delivered in conjunction with Banked Ltd., this development follows the UK launch of Pay by Bank… read more →
TFG’s Deepesh Patel interviewed the new VP to learn what led her to BAFT, her view on fighting financial crime, and her insights into the progress made in the payments space.
Bank of America announced that it will transition all plastic credit and debit card products to be made from at least 80% recycled plastic starting in 2023. The company is… read more →
Baris Kalay, head of trade and supply chain finance for Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) at Bank of America, caught up with TFG’s Deepesh Patel at ITFA’s Annual Conference held in Bristol, England.
Our editor, Deepesh Patel sat down with Geoff Brady and Madhav Goparaju from Bank of America and Chris Doroszczyk from IBM to discuss the impact of COVID-19, access to finance and technology.
WASHINGTON — BAFT, an international financial services association, recently announced the publication of BAFT’s Global Trade Industry Council Payables Finance Principles to inform the industry on the payables finance supply chain finance product.… read more →
We caught up with Peter Jameson, Head of Trade and Supply Chain, Asia Pacific in Bank of America. We discussed the highlights of 2019 and the opportunities in 2020 for the trade, receivables and supply chain finance. There will be continued pressure on trade flows, with reduced volume, commodity prices, and financing demand. Despite this, Asia Pacific’s growth prospects remain favourable as compared to other regions. Businesses continue to seek growth and focus on further developing their banking needs in the region.
We interviewed Geoff Brady, Head of Global Trade & Supply Chain Finance (GTS) at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. We talked about the physical and financial aspects of the supply chain management, about the importance of Blockchain Consortia in the trade finance space and the BAML’s agenda for the rest of the year.
NEW YORK CITY – Businesses large and small have a common challenge: choosing the best, most efficient payment channels for hundreds or thousands of recipients. Deciding between card, wire, automated… read more →
Banks Can Now Offer Their Customers More Rate Certainty on Cross-Currency Payments NEW YORK CITY – Cross-currency transactions are an increasingly common and valuable part of business for small and… read more →
New York – 19 September, 2019 – Bank of America announces that it is joining the Marco Polo Network, the largest and fastest growing trade finance networks leveraging Corda distributed ledger technology to provide transformative solutions to global trade participants.