The Royal Bank of Scotland International (RBSI) has launched an e-banking service for the offshore fi...
The service gives customers real time information at any time, flexibility to group accounts and control accesses and authorisations, the facility to view accounts in any currency and the ability to see and transact from all accounts on one system.
It also features the ability to plan, make and authorise sterling, foreign and inter account payments, and offers the ability to see incoming payments as they arrive.
Cameron McPhail, chief executive of RBSI, said: "The entire service has been designed specifically for offshore financial intermediaries. It is being piloted in Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man and will be rolled out to all customers, on an individual basis, by dedicated teams."
RBSI has invested £20m in enhancements to its electronic services, which includes local training and support for intermediaries.
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