Electronic Banking and Treasury Security. Edition No. 2

  • ID: 2735891
  • Book
  • 304 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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This edition takes into account the very latest advances in electronic banking and treasury security. The electronic transmission of funds from companies to banks means that companies are responsible for high levels of risk previously covered by the bank's own security systems. This book is the definitive source of advice for all finance professionals.

Electronic banking and treasury security covers everything from the systems themselves to the new documentation and includes contributions from leading figures in the banking, treasury and computing communities. This book is invaluable to corporate treasurers, finance directors, bankers and the financial advisory community.

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Part 1 Electronic banking: Backgroud and history; Function of APACS; Global cash management; BACS: Practical control issues; Electronic banking documentation; Funds transfer laws
UCC4A. Part 2 Treasury and systems security: Treasury security issues; Security and audit in treasury systems; Security on the Internet; EDI security. Part 3 The future: Future developments.
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Welch, BrianBrian Welch is Treasury Consultant with UserCare Limited with wide experience as a corporate treasurer and with treasury systems. He is an active member of The Association of Corporate Treasurers, having served as a Member of the Council, Chairman of the Publications Committee and currently as a member of the Programme Committee and the working party on the introduction of the Euro.
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