News of Intellect signing 10-year deal with “Big Four” Australian bank, covered by specialist press

Intellect Design Arena Limited, a digital technology product provider across Banking, Financial Services and Insurance, has signed a 10 year deal with one of Australia’s “Big Four”, to implement its integrated trade finance, treasury and retail remittance solution for the Bank’s corporate and retail customers in one of its offshore regions. The solution encompasses a …

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UniCredit’s Claudio Camozzo and Jan Kupfer on the potential of bank-fintech partnerships in Finextra

With banks and emerging fintechs introducing new innovations and business models to the industry by the day, the question of how these two parties co-exist in today’s landscape remains. And while some banks may have initially viewed fintechs as a threat, many are now looking to learn from their innovative approach. Collaboration is increasingly seen …

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Writing for FTSE Global Markets, S&P Global Ratings’ Michael Ferguson believes America’s nuclear sector is edging closer to meltdown

  Under pressure from low natural gas prices, the commercial viability of America’s unregulated nuclear power industry has weakened in recent years. In turn, discussions regarding the revival of ailing plants have turned to state subsidies. But can state assistance prevent the nuclear industry’s collapse? In an article for FTSE Global Markets, S&P Global Ratings’ …

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S&P Global Ratings releases its Green Evaluation product

On April 26, S&P Global Ratings released its highly anticipated Green Evaluation product – an asset-level environmental credential which builds upon today’s existing frameworks of governance and transparency (e.g. the Green Bond Principles). Although green bond issuance doubled to US$82.6 billion from 2015 levels, the market remains relatively small, representing only 1.4% of a $90 …

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Deutsche Bank discusses the challenges and opportunities facing the Supply Chain Finance community in Flow

For Deutsche Bank, Supply Chain Finance (SCF) has become the fastest growing business lines within the trade finance product family – with payables finance (also commonly referred to as reverse factoring and approved payables finance) displaying revenue growth rates of 20-30% in recent years. However, the market is yet to capitalise on its full potential. …

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S&P Global Ratings’ Michael Wilkins tells Partnerships Bulletin that standardisation is crucial with the emergence of new green financing instruments

In 2016, green bond issuance doubled to US$82.6 billion from 2015 levels, and this year, S&P Global Ratings expects that the green bond market will reach the milestone of over US$100 billion of issuance worldwide in a single year. However, investment of some US$90 trillion is needed over the next 15 years to achieve global …

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BNY Mellon’s Daniela Eder explains the effects of PSD2 on the payments landscape in FX-MM

Huge change is afoot in the payments space, as markets develop, customer needs evolve and technology capabilities advance. Concurrently, legislation must progress in order to remain relevant to the operating environment, and the introduction of PSD2 reflects the significant developments that have occurred in the retail payment market since the implementation of PSD1 in 2007. …

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Crown Agents Investment Management’s appointment of Neil Michael covered in the specialist press

The senior position is responsible for macroeconomic and market analysis, as well as the design, management and communication of investment strategies. Michael brings over 20 years of experience in strategic and tactical asset allocation strategies, macroeconomic and market analysis, portfolio management and modelling, risk management, relationship management and investment communication. Read more on the appointment …

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UniCredit’s David Vials in TMI: digital tools can help UK Corporates seize CEE potential

UK corporates are increasingly looking beyond Western Europe for growth. Central and Eastern Europe, with over 100 million consumers and a combined GDP of over GBP 1tr, is a region of remarkable potential and increasingly part of the discussion. Nevertheless, increased risk from local counterparties, and cultural and regulatory complexities can hinder successful trade. Writing …

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In The Paypers, BNY Mellon’s Ross Jones discusses the importance of collaboration in driving payment innovation

  With client demand for real-time services increasingly being met in domestic payments, the industry is turning its focus to applying similar capabilities to global payments. Indeed, in this globalised world, cross-border transactions are soaring, and creating real-time solutions for payments – irrespective of location – has become a key priority. In order to achieve …

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