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Lui King - 1/22/2016 11:43:13 AM
   
RDC Soon in the UK: Best Practices
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RDC soon in the UK: Best Practices
 
 
 
  The United Kingdom has recently decided that it's finally time for the 'analogue' cheque to take its place in the digital payments ecosystem: the legislation enabling image–based cheque truncation comes into force on 31 July 2016.

As a consequence, the market is expecting that Remote Deposit Capture will soon find its space as a win–win solution for Financial Institutions and their Business Customers — over 90% of which still made some form of payment by cheque in 2013 (Payments Council, "UK Payment Markets 2013").

Digitization will be achieved, as in other countries, using specialized scanners located in bank branches, ATMs, corporates or SME offices, or using mobile phone cameras and apps. RDC cuts the time and cost of cheque processing, frees up branch staff for higher–value services, and enables freedom in time & space on the side of the depositor.

There are however a few tricks — or best practices — to getting RDC right: in the November–December issue of Treasury Today, Panini presents its view alongside those of research and consulting firm Celent and of Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

Treasury Today is the official publication of EuroFinance Conferences, and their flagship publications — Treasury Today and Treasury Today Asia — are read by 127,000+ corporate treasurers, finance directors and CFOs each month. Each issue of the magazine looks at the latest trends and developments in the world of corporate treasury, whilst also giving readers practical advice on treasury building blocks and best practice.
 

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