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Extraordinary times, extraordinary banking

23rd December 2020

HSBCnet provides visibility and control of HSBC clients’ accounts through a single platform via its highly-customisable workspace

HSBC Bank Malta, in collaboration with The Malta Chamber, recently held a webinar entitled ‘Extraordinary times call for extraordinary banking’ to explore digital solutions that can help businesses mitigate the negative economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and to adapt to the quickly-changing business environment. As part of the event, the bank also presented its HSBCnet digital solution.

HSBCnet provides visibility and control of HSBC clients’ accounts through a single platform via its highly-customisable workspace that aligns with in-house Treasury Management Systems (TMS) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems. This comprehensive banking platform also comes with a mobile app that gives quick and convenient access to HSBCnet 24/7 via a streamlined, intuitive interface for banking on the go.

Mr Robert Seijas, Senior Client Integration Consultant of Global Liquidity and Cash Management (GLCM) at HSBC UK, said: “As technology progresses, efficient working digital solutions are becoming a must, especially in an economic landscape that is pressured by the immense impact of an unexpected pandemic. HSBCnet provides one, easy-to-use, consolidated and highly-secure interface for our clients’ global cash management, trade and supply chain and global markets solutions.”

In addition to Mr Seijas, the webinar was also addressed by Dr Manfred Galdes, the Managing Partner at ARQ Group, who focused on the advantages of moving towards automated solutions that ensure more transparency and the benefits of a cashless society.


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