Anticipated Transaction Visibility in the banking and financial sector refers to the ability of network operators to foresee upcoming transactions, categorized by their value. This concept involves understanding the volume of transactions within specific value ranges – small, medium, and large. This knowledge is crucial for managing risk, insurance, and for gaining clearer insight into the expected inflows and outflows of funds. Essentially, it’s about predicting the number of transactions expected in each value category, thereby aiding in more effective financial planning and risk management.
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