Corporate financial control

Corporate financial control
  Is intended as a tool which corporate finance officers of clients can use in their office to manage their companies financial position. It often involves a PC system to communicate via the local PSDN to a central computer. Facilities supported may include: on-line statements, sophisticated account transfers, uncleared funds enquiries, account officer communications. This facility allows the client to enter short messages via their own PC for the attention of their relevant account officer (e.g. Please contact me today concerning ...).

International financial encyclopaedia . 2014.

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