Banking Services for eBusiness

eBusiness

Flash Content NewBridge Bank eBusiness is NewBridge Bank's comprehensive online banking system for our business clients. eBusiness allows you to monitor balances and transactions, print bank statements, export files for reconcilement, transfer money between your accounts, initiate stop payments, conduct Automated Clearing House (ACH) transactions, and initiate wire transfers via the Internet.

With eBusiness, you can do your business banking wherever and whenever you like. eBusiness is not only quick and easy to use, it's also safe and secure. You receive your own I Ds, password authentication, data encryption, and Internet protocol security. These steps ensure that your business banking activities remain totally secure, yet still accessible to you 24 hours a day.

NewBridge Bank's eBusiness online banking service offers:
  • Online bill pay service with eBusiness BizPay
  • Information reporting
  • Balance account reporting
  • Loan reporting
  • Account statements
  • Check imaging
  • Internal transfers
eBusiness also offers extensive Administration functions giving you maximum control of your accounts:
  • Account set up, including corporate profiles, limits, users, and modules
  • User limits let you define the permissions given to each employee who has access to the system, including modules to access dollar limits overall or per transaction
  • Security, including separate passwords for entering the system and initiating a transaction, challenged response for retrieving forgotten passwords, SL and triple firewall

If you are already a NewBridge Bank client and would like to enroll in eBusiness, please contact your local business or commercial banking professional.


VDM Verlag Dr. Müller A Strategic Framework for e-business Value Creation:: An Empirical Investigation on e-banking in Jordanian Banking Services Industry (e-TOEECLN model)
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2005-07-24 14:10:36 by not_just_finance

Companies run them for all office jobs

When credit reports cost upwards of $50 per candidate, the use of credit reports was fairly limited. In the past 5 years, the use of credit reports for all office job applicants has been routine. Since companies now get unlimited access for a monthly or annual retainer fee, they are not reserved merely for "banking or accounting jobs".
Here's a relevant link that discusses a company that provides pre-employment credit reports:

2009-03-23 07:21:04 by Squirine_Berg

CITI banks woes suspiciously convenient

The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) allowed commercial and investment banks to consolidate. For example, Citibank merged with Travelers Group, an insurance company, and in 1998 formed the conglomerate Citigroup, a corporation combining banking and insurance underwriting services under brands including Smith-Barney, Shearson, Primerica and Travelers Insurance Corporation.
This combination, announced in 1993 and finalized in 1994, would have violated the Glass-Steagall Act and the Bank Holding Company Act by combining insurance and securities companies, if not for a temporary waiver process The law was passed to legalize these mergers on a permanent basis

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