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Payment Hubs & Bank Connectivity Seminar

On 24 September, Zanders hosted the Payment Hubs & Bank Connectivity Seminar in collaboration with the Dutch Association of Corporate Treasurers (DACT) and Enigma Consulting. The event offered corporate treasurers the unique opportunity to be updated on developments in bank connectivity and compare nine payment solution vendors: Cobase, Exalog, FIS, Omikron, OpusCapita, Pelican, PowertoPay, Serrala and TIS. Product demonstrations were supported by client co-speakers sharing practical insights and key learnings. The program was complemented with interesting sessions on trends and best practices in the area of corporate payments and bank connectivity. The large number of participants showed that payments and bank connectivity are high on the agenda of corporate treasurers.

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The bank of the future

During the past 20 years, mobile services have changed so much in our lives – from ordering a taxi, eating out, or simply the way that we communicate with one another. Relatively speaking, banks have lagged behind this digital progress, but it seems like this is now changing.

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The value of capacity continuity

Treasury Continuity Service

Companies that only have a modest treasury department are vulnerable. In the event of absences, gaps can quickly arise in treasury processes. So how can temporary shortfalls in capacity and knowledge be quickly and effectively plugged? Lisette Overmars and Laura Koekkoek explain.

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Stay focused on objectives

Technological developments are changing the world around us at an ever-increasing pace. This speed of change has become the new reality – and it won’t be slowing down any time soon. What opportunities does this present to insurers and banks?

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Are more complex models always better?

A part of the curriculum of the Econometrics & Mathematical Economics master’s degree given in the VU University Amsterdam is the course Time Series Econometrics. In this course, students are taught how to analyze time series with the aid of ‘state-space models’, on the assumption that observations over time (such as the content of the Nile, for example) are driven by non-observed factors.

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