Category: Banking

Not over yet: CAB CEO talks de-risking with Money Laundering Bulletin

In an era of de-risking, Albert Maasland, CEO of Crown Agents Bank, explains why investing in improved compliance and better on-boarding procedures can help banks in smaller jurisdictions become bankable. An     d while many are making significant progress in this respect, there is still much more to be done. You can read the full …

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ICC Banking Commission Annual Meeting: trade financiers raise concerns about mounting protectionism

The majority of trade financiers from across the globe see US protectionism as the biggest threat to global trade, but experts warn that there are other challenges of far greater concern. This was revealed at last week’s ICC Banking Commission annual meeting, during which 71% of members of the audience – made up of financial …

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The power of SWIFT gpi: BNY Mellon’s Monika Aminiova examines the potential for the initiative to revolutionise the payments industry in bobsguide

Writing for bobsguide, BNY Mellon’s Monika Aminiova, Cash Management Business Development Manager, Treasury Services EMEA, gives a rich overview of the developments within SWIFT’s rapidly expanding global payments innovation (gpi) initiative and a perspective on its future. The initiative has already helped to transform the speed, transparency and traceability of the traditional end-to-end cross-border payments …

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BNY Mellon’s Sindhu Vadakath discusses the arrival of open banking in International Banker

In a commentary article for International Banker, Sindhu Vadakath, Senior Product Manager, Global Payment Services and Asia Payments, Treasury Services, BNY Mellon, takes a look at the introduction of the Second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) and the impact it will have on the core of traditional banking. PSD2 requires banks to share their closely guarded …

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CAB CEO talks cross-border payments tech

Albert Maasland, CEO of Crown Agents Bank, talks to GTNews about the future of SWIFT gpi and Ripple, noting that both are “obviously two key players” in the cross-border payments space. To read the full article, please click here.

Commerzbank’s Angela Koll guides Treasury Today through the Marco Polo blockchain project

In an exclusive interview, Koll explains how the initiative stands to revolutionise commerce and offers an update on its progress.

BNY Mellon discusses the revolution in payments seen across the last 20 years in GTNews

As part of a series of articles celebrating the 20th anniversary of GTNews, Daniel Verbruggen, Michael Bellacosa, Fred DiCocco and Matt Wells from BNY Mellon Treasury Services, come together to discuss the pivotal developments in the payments industry across the last two decades. Increased regulation resulting from events such as 9/11 and the 2008 global …

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BNY Mellon’s Carl Slabicki examines the questions surrounding open banking in Global Banking & Finance Review

Writing for Global Finance & Banking Review, BNY Mellon’s Carl Slabicki, Director, Immediate Payments, Treasury Services, takes a candid look at the arrival of open banking, and what it could mean for the banking industry. As part of PSD2, financial institutions are now required to share client data with third party payment providers such as …

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Crown Agents Bank appoints new Head of Global Markets

In its latest move, Crown Agents Bank has appointed David Bee in the newly created role as Head of Global Markets. David joins from Lloyds Banking Group, where he served as Head of Offshore Financial Markets & Institutional FX Sales. He has previously held senior positions at Citi, Deutsche Bank, and Standard Chartered. “It’s exciting …

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BNY Mellon discusses the evolution of trade in GTNews

Speaking to GTNews to mark the publication’s 20th anniversary, BNY Mellon’s Dominic Broom, Global Head of Trade Business Development, and Bana Akkad Azhari, Head of Relationship Management for the Middle East and Africa and the Commonwealth of Independent States, trace the most noteworthy drivers of global trade over the past two decades – including China’s …

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