At BankerLinks, we are innovators of a first-ever platform which allows secure collaboration between different actors within the financial sector. We provide technology to help teams increase their operative efficiency and reduce operational risk and data management costs.
Need to lookup the right contact and market information for the transaction you are working on? That’s the right place to start with!
Work on a specific topic and need help from a peer or working group? Need to work on confidential documents with your counterparts? Our platform helps you achieve that.
Looking to learn and grow? Or just interested on specific events? We can help you find all the trainings, conferences and events that are right for you!
Need to send out a broadcast to your most important counterparts, share important information about your new business terms? Don’t want to miss on important counterparts updates and market updates? We make sure that works!
Register an account with BankerLinks and start tapping into a world of financial information and knowhow – stay on top of the latest news and trends, exchange invaluable advice and insights from peers and update your knowledge base to better serve clients.
At BankerLinks, we offer a first-ever innovative platform that helps financial professionals connect with others in the same industry around the world.
Maintaining your counterparts’ information databases such as Contacts, Settlement Instructions and other critical market information can be a major burden for any financial professional or institution, if done in-house.
We believe that developing a collaboration framework which enables, empowers and encourages financial professionals to distribute knowledge, is important in reinforcing collaboration and innovation within a financial professional’s or institution’s network.
To give you a better idea of how BankerLinks can help optimise and improve operational efficiency within middle and back office functions, consider the following everyday scenario: Bank A is looking to settle a financial transaction with Bank B. Bank A will first need to look up all the necessary settlement information on Bank B – such as account to be used in regards to the specific type of financial transaction – or determine who to immediately contact in bank B in regards to specific questions or agreements on specific transaction details or even just affirm trade details...02 February, 2020