BNY Mellon’s Dominic Broom talks to The Banker on the digitalisation of trade at Sibos

During banking’s biggest week, Dominic Broom, global head of trade business development, Treasury Services, BNY Mellon talks to Joy Macknight, editor at The Banker, regarding the major challenges that global trade is facing today as well as how banks should be responding to the digitalisation of trade. The full interview can be seen here.



iGTB’s Anand Pande quoted in article for The Economist on how technology is revolutionising supply chain finance

Anand Pande, Head of Supply Chain Finance and Trade at iGTB, has been cited in the leading “Finance and Economics” article in the October 14th-20th edition of The Economist. The article describes how technology is reshaping the financing of firms that sell to other firms, and is leading banks into new alliances with technology specialists. In the article, …

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UniCredit and footwear company Geox collaborate on ambitious treasury project in Global Finance case study

Leading footwear company Geox, in partnership with UniCredit, collaborated in an ambitious treasury project to rationalise cash management processes, bank relationships and connectivity across the Group. Federica Vello, Treasury Manager of Geox, explains the thinking behind the project, the challenges and benefits of full implementation, and the impact of this collaborative effort on the wider …

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S&P Global Ratings’ Luisina Berberian considers the promises and challenges of the offshore wind industry in specialist publication

Writing for Windpower Engineering and Development, Luisina Berberian, Associate Director, explains that enhanced technology is driving down the cost of offshore wind power. In the U.K, for example, where the offshore wind industry is relatively advanced, the cost of energy generation from offshore wind projects has fallen by 32% over the past five years. Elsewhere, …

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SRI Connect interviews Michael Wilkins on S&P Global Ratings’ sustainability engagements

Michael Wilkins, Managing Director, Environmental & Climate Risk Research, speaks to SRI Connect about the likely future trends in sustainable finance, including the rating agency’s sustainability engagement and increased focus ESG factors. “There is growing momentum in the fight against climate change on all levels and across the world”, he says, “demonstrated by China’s notable …

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S&P Global Ratings contributes to the FT Adviser’s Infrastructure Series

Mar Beltran, Senior Director, contributed to the FT Adviser’s special report entitled “How retail investors are getting into infrastructure”. The four-part series looks at how infrastructure stocks perform compared to other equity markets, the yield opportunities in infrastructure, the regions most likely to benefit from increased spending and whether investors should be positioned in domestic …

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UniCredit’s Holger Frank and Siow Chin Yeo explain in GTR how banks are joining forces to digitalise the secondary market for trade finance

Holger Frank, Head of Global Transaction Banking and Financial Institutions Group, Asia Pacific, and Siow Chin Yeo, Head of Trade Finance, Asia Pacific, at UniCredit, write in GTR how banks, including UniCredit, are working together to address the absence of an efficient and widely-used secondary-market platform for trade finance. The solution comes in the form …

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Green is the Colour: Miroslav Petkov, S&P Global Ratings, quoted in World Finance

Miroslav Petkov, Head of Environmental and Climate Risk Research at S&P Global Ratings, talks to World Finance about the global development of the green bond market and how increasing standards in China saw issuance boom in 2016. The thorough, investigative article was included in the latest World Finance print edition.



Latin American airports are flying high, says S&P’s Candela Macchi in InfraLatinAmerica

  Between 2006 and 2016, air traffic surged across Latin American nations; the average growth rate was triple the region’s GDP growth. This caused several airports in the region to reach maximum levels of capacity sooner than originally projected – and intensified calls for airport extension and upgrades. In an article for InfraLatinAmerica, S&P Global …

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The North American water sector is ready for a financing shakeup, writes S&P’s Trevor D’Olier-Lees for Water Canada

Financing improvements to North America’s water network is a gargantuan task—one that has ascended the public sector’s ability to handle alone. While the recent public health crisis in Flint, Michigan, cast a spotlight on water quality issues in the region, financing the upgrading and maintenance of aging systems remains a burden. Writing for Water Canada, S&P …

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