Simon Lonergan joins Falcon Group from Société Générale

Trade and Forfaiting Review and City A.M report that alternative financier Falcon Group has hired Simon Lonergan as Head of Operations to manage its continued growth.

Deutsche Bank’s Dieter Stynen speaks to EuroTreasurer about corporates’ biggest SEPA hurdle

With the end-date for SEPA migration fast approaching, Dieter Stynen, Deutsche Bank’s head of cash management corporates, western Europe and GTB Belgium, analyses corporates’ most significant “pain-point” – that of migration to SEPA direct debit standards – and the confusion and concerns that continue to mire their path to compliance To read the full article, …

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Natixis talks infrastructure investment in Infrastructure Journal

In a commentary article for Infrastructure Journal, Sylvain Broyer and Johannes Gareis, economists at Natixis, discuss the benefits of infrastructure investment for the eurozone. As an increase in public infrastructure investment is associated with higher output (implying higher tax revenues over time), Broyer and Gareis argue that infrastructure investment is likely to pay for itself, …

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S&P Outreach: Infrastructure Finance Outlook April 2013

Key highlights include: Breaking News: European Hybrid Issuance Grows In Popularity As More Sectors Join The Mix The volume of hybrid capital shot to €8.2 billion in the year to March 8 2013, already topping the €5.2 billion in volume for all of 2012. Feature Article: Shadow Banking Looks Set To Capture A Larger Share …

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Deutsche Bank’s Dieter Stynen talks SEPA in Procurement Leaders

In the second instalment of a regular column for Procurement Leaders magazine, Dieter Stynen – Deutsche Bank’s head of cash management corporates, western Europe and GTB Belgium – pulls no punches in stressing the urgency of migration to SEPA Credit Transfer and Direct Debit schemes To read the full article, please click here (please note that this magazine …

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Falcon Group discusses the MENA’s growing trade profile in Trade Finance Magazine

Falcon chairman Kamel Alzarka discusses the Middle East’s growing trade profile and the increasingly important role that alternative financiers are playing in funding SMEs eager to take advantage of the considerable opportunities this presents. To read the full article, please click here

BNY Mellon’s Dino Sani blogs for TFR

In a blog for TFR, Dino Sani – BNY Mellon’s Head of Treasury Services, Latin America – responds to the market’s growing interest in Mexico by exploring the economy’s buoyant recovery from the global financial crisis, its expanding role in international trade, and the opportunities – and challenges – that lie in store for the country’s domestic …

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BNY Mellon’s Dino Sani in FX-MM as Mexico turns up the heat

Featured in FX-MM’s April country focus on Mexico, Dino Sani – BNY Mellon’s Head of Treasury Services, Latin America – explains Mexico’s increasing economic significance, explores the opportunities that lie ahead, and outlines the role that local banks and NBFIs must play if Mexico is to realise its full potential – and overtake Brazil. To read …

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Falcon Group CEO Will Nagle, describes the ‘New Financial Landscape’ in GT News

Speakers at the annual Falcon Group Trade and Corporate Finance Forum concluded that the waning power of global banks and rise of alternative financiers has led to an evolution in the financial landscape. Will Nagle, Falcon CEO, explains for gtnews the potential impact this shift could have on corporates. To read the full article, please …

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Wall Street Journal quotes Natixis’ Patrick Artus

Patrick Artus, the chief global economist at Natixis, was cited in the Wall Street Journal this week. The citation opportunity followed a one-on-one meeting between Artus and the WSJ’s European economics editor – set up by Moorgate to coincide with a Natixis event on the same topic – where Artus conducted an empirical assessment of …

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