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UMG Case Study: Using ISO 20022 XML to harmonize bank interfaces

Universal Music Group (UMG), owned by Vivendi, is the world's largest music content company with market-leading positions in recorded music, music publishing and merchandising. As a truly global company, Vivendi wanted to streamline how UMG interacted with its banks by using the ISO 20022 XML standard for UMG's credit transfer messages and SWIFTNet for data transmission. In the U.S., where UMG works with Bank of America Merrill Lynch, the bank supported this change. It also worked to ensure UMG's lockbox and Payee Positive Pay would continue to function effectively following its migration to a new SAP environment, prompting the move to the ISO 20022 XML standard.

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eBAM: Cutting Edge Technology

With over 70 bank accounts and more than a significant number of signers, USI was looking to improve visibility and strengthen controls over bank account activities such as opening and closing accounts and changing signatories. It was evident that a more automated process with reporting and audit trails was required to manage the frequent changes required in their business. The company recognized the benefits offered by electronic bank account management (eBAM). Keen to embrace cutting-edge treasury technology, USI worked with Bank of America Merrill Lynch and a treasury systems vendor to adopt an eBAM solution using ISO 20022 XML. In 2013, USI became the bank's first pilot client to go live with eBAM.

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Making ISO 20022 XML a Truly Global Format

As a market leader in enterprise application software, SAP helps companies, no matter the size or industry, work efficiently and use business insight effectively to stay ahead of the competition. SAP applications and services enable customers to operate profitably, adapt continuously and grow sustainably. While integrating Sybase and Ariba into its ERP system and group payment factory, SAP recognized it had a unique opportunity to pioneer ISO 20022 XML for Asia and EMEA operations.

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Promoting SWIFT Adoption in Asia

Since 2008, SWIFT for corporates has experienced tremendous growth — the number of corporations choosing to connect to SWIFT has grown from around 400 to more than 1,100 – and this trend shows no signs of slowing.

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Blazing a trail to eBAM

Multinational corporations the world over have much to gain from eBAM — a solution that promises to standardize and automate the inefficient, paper-based account management processes. But the path to eBAM is far from straightforward and there is much work still to be done. Rather than sitting back and waiting for the solution to become available, a few pioneering corporates have taken the initiative and are actively taking part in pilot programs. Collaborating closely with banks, treasury technology companies, SWIFT service bureaus and standards organizations, these corporate trailblazers will help to define how eBAM develops in the coming years.

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Time to Look at SWIFT: Has a tipping point been reached?

Corporate interest in SWIFT connectivity is at an all-time high. Once seen as an option suitable only for a handful of corporations large enough to justify the costs, over 1,000 companies are now connected to SWIFT – and demand continues to rise. But what is driving this interest and how are companies migrating to SWIFT in practice? This article, part of a larger TMI North America Supplement, explores that question.

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Reducing Fraud Risk: Easier than you think

Most treasurers are concerned about the impact of fraud and other forms of cybercrime on their businesses. But there is much that companies can do to help protect themselves from the risks – and often the cheapest and simplest strategies are the most effective. This article, part of a larger TMI North America Supplement, explores reducing fraud risk.

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