Category: Transaction Banking

The future of transaction banking: BNY Mellon participates in FX-MM’s virtual roundtable discussion

A continued shift in global business patterns and trade flows is significantly changing the shape of transaction banking today. FX-MM compiled the views of a number of transaction banking experts – including BNY Mellon’s Dominic Broom, EMEA head of sales and relationship management, Treasury Services – to explore the evolving global economic landscape and the …

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BNY Mellon explains the importance of a personal approach to meeting client needs

As we enter a new era of globalisation, cash optimisation is now as much a question of managing multiple currencies as it is increasing cash visibility and control. In FX-MM, Simone Satan – BNY Mellon’s Vice President, Sales and Client Management, Treasury Services Germany – explores the factor that forms today’s key differentiator between global …

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A world of possibility: BNY Mellon discusses the status of the UAE

With Dubai hosting SIBOS this year, the United Arab Emirates is in the spotlight. In FX-MM, BNY Mellon’s Bana Akkad Azhari – alongside other country experts – explores the state of the UAE’s economy, and the growth of its capital markets and banking sector. To read the full article, please click here (please note, free …

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Commerzbank’s Ralph Nitzgen discusses how correspondent banking is strengthening Europe’s trade relationships with the Middle East

The Middle East is firmly in the spotlight. With a thriving economy, trade ties to its European neighbours – and indeed the rest of the world – are set to grow, yet recent political uncertainties pose many risks to these burgeoning relationships. In Global Banking and Finance Review, Ralph Nitzgen – Senior Executive Officer and …

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BNY Mellon and EMEA Finance co-host a pre-Sibos Middle East transaction banking roundtable

Ahead of this year’s Sibos conference – held for the first time in the Middle East – BNY Mellon hosted a transaction banking roundtable in partnership with EMEA Finance to discuss the evolution of the industry throughout the region. Led by BNY Mellon’s Bana Akkad Azhari – Head of Relationship Management Middle East & North …

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Deutsche Bank’s Carl Wegner quoted in FX-MM’s Sibos issue

The RMB’s potential as a treasury management currency – as opposed to a purely trade settlement currency – means it is firmly in the spotlight. In an RMB special feature for the Sibos issue of FX-MM, Deutsche Bank’s Carl Wegner – Head of Global Transaction Banking for Greater China – provides insight into the challenges …

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Deutsche Bank’s Christian Goerlach on the homepage of Sibos.com

In an article originally published in The Banker’s July 2013 Cash Management Guide, and now featured on the homepage of Sibos.com, Deutsche Bank’s Christian Goerlach – director, cash management FI product – discusses intraday liquidity risk management, and how this is shaping the wider transaction banking industry. To read the full article please click here (please note …

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Navigating the Sibos 2013 agenda: Deutsche Bank launches SIBOS 2013 whitepaper

In conjunction with Deutsche Bank’s in-house marketing team, Moorgate drafted the Bank’s Sibos 2013 whitepaper, which details the major talking points and highlights the key speaker sessions. Launched at today’s pre-Sibos luncheon – an annual in-house networking event for the Bank’s Sibos delegates and key journalists – the whitepaper looks at emerging global trends, analyses …

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Deutsche Bank’s Marcus Sehr on the homepage of SIBOS

In an article originally published in The Banker, and now featured on the homepage of Sibos.com, Marcus Sehr – Deutsche Bank’s global head of cash management financial institutions – looks at the current transaction banking environment, and the critical importance of partner selection. To read the full article please click here (please not this article lies …

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Deutsche Bank’s Dieter Stynen in Pay & Benefits Magazine

With the clock ticking on migration to the Single European Payments Area (SEPA), many UK corporates and their respective payroll providers risk being significantly affected – particularly those that manage payments across the Eurozone. In this feature article for Pay & Benefits Magazine, Deutsche Bank’s Dieter Stynen – Head of Cash Management Corporates for Western Europe …

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