Category: Cash Management

Trade Finance cites BNY Mellon in its Sibos cover story

As part of a feature on cash management for Trade Finance‘s special Sibos edition, Dominic Broom, Head of Treasury Services EMEA, BNY Mellon, discusses the challenges of managing cash in this rapidly evolving payments landscape. To read the full article, please click here (please note, this link lies behind a paywall)

Commerzbank Global Head of Cash Management: China opens up for European mid-caps

In a Viewpoint article for The Asset, Frank-Oliver Wolf, Global Head of Cash Management and International Business at Commerzbank, writes how China is now opening up for European mid-cap corporates, which, unlike more established multinationals, have often struggled to get to grips with local trading differences and regulation – especially regarding settlement in, and movement …

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BNY Mellon talks cash management in GB&FR

As market volatility continues, low interest rates persist and margins remain under pressure, effective cash management is more important than ever. In Global Banking & Finance Review, Dhiru Tanna, EMEA Sales Officer, BNY Mellon Treasury Services, describes how striking the right balance between mitigating emerging risks while capturing new opportunities – all without hindering liquidity …

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BNY Mellon assesses the impact of the developing payments space on cash management

The world of payments – the cornerstone of cash management – is undergoing fundamental change. These changes are set to intensify in the lead up to 2020, making successful navigation of the altering environment – while continuing to provide best-in-class payments and cash management solutions – all the more challenging. In FX-MM, Dominic Broom, Head …

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TXF asks Deutsche Bank's Martin Runow about the industry post-SEPA

In this year’s Sibos Special Report, Trade and Export Finance editor Jonathan Bell asks Martin Runow, Head of Cash Management for Corporates, Americas, Deutsche Bank, about the post-SEPA migration landscape and the implications and opportunities going forward – for both banks and corporates. To download TXF’s full 2014 Sibos Special Report, please click here.

Commerzbank: How improving the efficiency of FSCM can be a “win-win”

Increasing globalisation means corporate competition is intensifying and, as such, companies must explore new financing techniques if they want to stay ahead. In TXF’s SIBOS 2014 Special Report, Frank Oliver-Wolf, Global Head of Cash Management and International Business at Commerzbank, explains how enlightened companies are adopting a holistic approach to Financial Supply Chain Management (FSCM) in …

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Commerzbank explores ways of enhancing cash management in Global Banking & Finance Review

Faced with liquidity constraints, interest rates at record lows, new regulations and shifting trade corridors, achieving true cash optimisation in the current financial landscape can be a challenge. In Global Banking & Finance Review, Frank-Oliver Wolf, Global Head of Cash Management and International Business, Commerzbank, explains how the most effective cash management strategies are based …

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BNY Mellon discusses the challenges of cross border payments in Börsen-Zeitung

As financial market evolution continues, managing cross-border payments can be a significant challenge and banks are under increasing pressure to provide a suite of solutions catering to a range of complex cross-border payment requirements. In Germany’s Börsen-Zeitung, BNY Mellon’s Wendy Miller (Product Manager FX Initiatives, Global Markets) and Dany Eder (Managing Director, Product Line Manager …

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BNY Mellon explains the importance of having an effective cash management strategy in FX-MM

In today’s financial landscape, it is key to adapt to changing market conditions by identifying and implementing an effective cash management strategy suitable for both the wider economic circumstances and organisations’ individual business requirements. In FX-MM, Dhiru Tanna, sales officer for EMEA, Treasury Services, BNY Mellon, discusses the effect of the changing financial landscape on …

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Deutsche Bank's Dieter Stynen looks at SEPA migration for payroll professionals in Payroll World

In the August issue of Payroll World, Dieter Stynen, Deutsche Bank’s Head of Cash Management Corporates Western Europe, discusses how the move to the Single European Payments Area (SEPA) – set to affect all Euro payments – will bring a variety of compliance challenges for payroll professionals. To read the full article please click here.