The Benefits Of Remote Disbursement

Ryskamp, Jason J.
May 2008
Bank Technology News;May2008, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p38
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the various benefits of remote disbursement for banks in the U.S. It states that maintaining and growing low-cost-of-funds and high balance depository relationships with commercial customers are becoming important in the deposit sensitive environment. It also explains the two advantages of choosing a catchier's check over wire transfers, float and internal costs.


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