This webinar will discuss the results of the 2023 Treasury Technology Survey. This survey gathered detailed data on practitioner’s use, plans, perspectives, and experiences with treasury management systems and other forms of treasury technology. Results showed what is important to treasury practitioners in their technology, which technology types are rapidly becoming standard and which are holding steady, and what treasury departments are looking for in technology partners. In the midst of a rapidly changing environment, these findings indicate the current trends and adoption rates, helping treasury make strategic decisions.
The Fed has promised to make depositors whole, so there has been no loss of funds or long-term freezing of balances for individuals or corporates. Does this represent unlimited and permanent insurance coverage by the Fed? They showed up for these events. When won’t they show up with coverage? Listen in as Craig Jeffery and George Zinn discuss these important topics.
#251 – Fraud in a Changing Treasury Landscape Episode 2: Do You Know Who Is Accessing Your Banking Information? (Bottomline)
Criminals are always looking for the path of least resistance. When your company strengthens its defenses, new weak links are found and explored. In this episode, Craig Jeffery and Omri Kletter continue the discussion on some of the key findings that came out of the Treasury Fraud & Controls 2023 Survey. Specifically, they explore unguarded banking information and visibility restrictions.