Transaction Management

Transaction management refers to the planning, organization, and execution of transactions. A financial transaction is any action that causes a money transaction or another shift of assets. The amount of the asset remains unchanged, only its structure changes. Examples of financial transactions: Securities purchase for cash, the taking or making of a loan, payment of an invoice, and cancellation of debts. Assets and liabilities change in the same amount and thus the financial asset remains unchanged. valantic helps companies optimize transaction management.

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Logo of SIBOS, next to it a picture of applauding people and behind it city views of London, valantic at SIBOS in London
Future in Real Time: valantic at SIBOS in London

Since 1978, the finance industry meets once a year at the SIBOS (SWIFT International Banking Operations Seminar). This year, the experts from valantic Financial Services Automation also attended the event in the British capital.