This changelog tracks updates to the Treasury Prime API and major changes to our dashboard, functionality, and libraries. Updates that affect only products or features in beta or limited release may not be reflected.
We have made several improvements to our Statements feature for ledger customers:
~We have improved the way transaction descriptions are displayed on ledger statements. Previously, end users found the transaction descriptions to be unclear. With this update, each transaction will include the beneficiary’s name, the financial institution’s name, and the last 4 digits of the counterparty’s account number. This change will be implemented starting from the statement period of January 2024, which will be generated on February 2, 2024.
~We have fixed a bug that used to cause the state field in ledger statements’ to show null for accounts with international addresses.
We have built the ability for banks and fintechs to manage Enhanced FDIC Insurance for foreign entities without US-TINs with one of our partner sweep networks. If you are interested in learning more about this specific use case please reach out to your Treasury Prime Account Manager.