Custom cash management solutions that evolve with you.
Our goal is simple — help you maximize cash flow, control disbursements and provide information to allow you to manage your finances effectively and efficiently.
Speeding Cash Flow
We have many services to ensure money gets into your account(s) as quickly as possible.
- Scan checks you receive and deposit them electronically, without a trip to the bank.
- Payments go directly to a Bryn Mawr Trust P.O. box in your name and we pickup and process daily.
- Accept virtually any type of credit card, with telephone, terminal and/or Internet authorization, including POS.
- Our special processing can bypass the potential roadblocks of conventional methods.
- Use a Zero Balance Account and our Internet PC Banking ACH services to move funds between accounts/banks, anytime.
Timing disbursements, with a combination of automatic and manual controls, is simple with the tools we offer.
- Super fast way to move funds out of your account, or speed receipts, too.
- For speedy bank-to-bank transfers.
- Saves your staff time and saves your employees trips to the bank.
- Ideal for Payroll and Payable accounts, it keeps funds in interest-bearing accounts until needed.
A variety of high-tech solutions can help protect you and your customers.
- Uses a multi-step verification process, automatically matching the account number, check number and dollar amount of each check presented for payment against your list of checks issued.
- Gives you the ability to prevent any ACH debit you choose from posting to your account(s).
- Lets you permit only selected ACH debits to post to your account(s)
Reporting & Analysis Tools
These tools give you up-to-the-minute status of your cash and the ability to initiate a transaction at any time.
- Includes electronic analysis statements
- Electronic Data Interchange provides details associated with ACH credit/debit activities, such as invoice information, by e-mail, fax or postal mail.
- Telephone access to account balances, account history and more
- Notifies you of the total amount of checks being presented;
excess balances can be used to earn interest or reduce a credit line