BofA Expands Virtual Account Management To Companies In The U.S.
This month, Bank of America’s market-leading Virtual Account Management (VAM) solution is coming to companies operating in the United States. The geographical expansion follows last year’s addition of the Netherlands to the existing UK and Ireland capabilities. Through VAM, companies can open virtual accounts that act as sub-ledger accounts tied to a physical account 1.
“Large companies today typically have a complex account structure creating challenges for real time visibility and reconciliation,” said Liba Saiovici, head of Global Receivables in Global Transaction Services at Bank of America. “Our VAM solution will assist clients who wish to streamline their bank account structures and drive greater efficiency in their treasury operations and global liquidity management.”
When using VAM, a treasurer can usually create a virtual account for a specific entity within 24 hours and view the transactions of the account in real time alongside transactions in other virtual accounts tied to the same physical account. Coupled with its intuitive user interface, BofA’s next-generation cash management tool makes it easier for companies to achieve treasury transformation.
“Since first introducing VAM seven years ago, we’ve made substantial enhancements to ensure the platform’s design and capabilities support a company’s local treasury operations while also being globally consistent,” said Fernando Iraola, co-head of Global Corporate Sales GTS and head of Latin America GTS at Bank of America. “We’re pleased to bring this strategic tool to the U.S. where we have relationships with 95% of the Fortune 1000.”
Bank of America’s VAM solution:
The global rollout of VAM will continue in 2022 and 2023 with the addition of new countries in Europe, LATAM and Asia.
Backed by a team of innovators, Bank of America is a leader in treasury and transaction services, with the latest rollout of VAM being the most recent innovation. Others launched over the last year include: ACH Positive Pay on the CashPro App, Pay by Bank, CashPro Forecasting, Account Validation, Recipient Select, Complete AP, the Executive Explorer travel card and an enhanced Intelligent Receivables. Learn more about VAM and the bank’s Global Transaction Services capabilities.
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