Dec 5, 2022
Process international wire transfers faster and securely in 80 foreign currencies. Access to SWIFT network. Straight-through processing for FISERV's core customers.
Dec 5, 2022
International Banking Services frequently asked questions (FAQ)
Dec 4, 2022
Our international solutions give your institution the tools it needs to provide a comprehensive suite of financial services. Wire Transfers. Foreign checks. Foreign currency banknotes. Cash letters.
Dec 4, 2022
Our international banking services allow your institution to attract and retain customers traveling and doing business abroad, while you generate new fee income opportunities.
Sep 21, 2020
Cross-border payments are changing and business owners expect to transfer money quickly. SWIFT gpi allows community financial institutions to meet their customers’ needs and generate additional fee income for their institution.
Jun 22, 2022
Facing several challenges including losing deals to the competition that could offer longer-term rates, the bank needed a new lending strategy. Learn how they overcame and increased lending deals by 75%.
Jun 20, 2017
Are you currently providing international services for your customers? The global market is growing and with small businesses making up 97% of all exporters, your customers will be growing too. Knowing how to support your business customers will deepen long-term customer relationships with an enhanced suite of services.
Nov 3, 2022
Bottom Line: The US trade deficit grew more negative for the first time in six months as imports increased moderately and exports slipped. Apple's new iPhone boosted consumer goods imports in September as pharmaceutical products, semiconductors, and civilian aircraft also...
Oct 5, 2022
Bottom Line: The US trade deficit declined for the fifth consecutive month in August as imports fell modestly and exports only fell slightly with the goods sectors driving the changes. Crude oil imports drove the declines in imports, but we...
Aug 4, 2022
Bottom Line: The US trade deficit declined slightly for the third month in June as exports rose and imports fell slightly. The goods trade deficit improved sharply in the final months of the 2nd Quarter as consumer demand slowed and...
Jul 7, 2022
Bottom Line: The U.S. trade deficit declined slightly for the second month in May as exports rose more than imports. Crude oil exports led to the improvement on the export side as feeds, especially soybeans, declined. Industrial supplies were higher...
May 4, 2022
Bottom Line: The US trade deficit widened even more than expected in March as both imports and exports rose sharply amid higher prices. As the war in Ukraine and sanctions on Russia started, the US imported more finished metal products...
Mar 8, 2022
Bottom Line: The US trade deficit widened more than expected in January. Exports fell sharply, led by $3+ billion fewer pharmaceutical exports, mostly covid vaccines. Increased imports, meanwhile, were led by motor vehicles and commodities, including oil, natural gas, and...
Nov 23, 2022
The pandemic caused many smaller companies to adopt digital technologies that expanded their ability to reach customers across the US and in other nations. Many of the companies say that cross-border commerce is a way to grow businesses and keep up with the competition. As a result, CFIs with international payment solutions may have opportunities to strengthen relationships, add new customers, and grow fee income.
Oct 18, 2021
Small businesses are busy overseas. They are looking for more opportunities to not only grow, but sometimes survive. Last year’s e-commerce boom made international business even easier for many businesses. Small business international wire transfers increased to 17% last year from 10% in 2019. Is your institution supporting its customers with international payment solutions? If not, the competition will.
Mar 25, 2021
The WTO forecasts trade volumes will increase by 7.2% in 2021, bringing back robust global commerce. With that, community financial institutions will want to support their international business customers and trade finance is one way to do that. Not only does this help your customer, but your institution benefits as well with good returns, resilient assets, low defaults, and more.
Mar 11, 2021
As your small business customers expand to Canada, Mexico, and beyond, you will want to grow with them. If you provide international payment services, you can support them and gain valuable fee income. We map out what these customers are looking for in international payment solutions.
Mar 1, 2022
Looking for international business customers? You don’t need to look far. Many reside in your communities, but in places that you may not consider. According to JPMorgan Chase, 14% of SMBs plan on expanding beyond US borders in the next 3Ys. We uncover three places to find SMBs needing international services.
Jun 1, 2021
Your international business customers need to manage risk, both interest rate risk and foreign exchange risk. Educating them on hedging and how it can mitigate these risks will not only help your customers, but solidify your customer relationships and allow you to grow income. We walk you through a potential scenario with a customer as they invest in equipment built overseas and how hedging can provide predictability and mitigate risk.