Deutsche Bank’s Matthaeus Sielecki in Finextra on best practices for bank-fintech partnerships

In a world where bank-fintech partnerships are the best hope for payment innovation, Matthaeus Sielecki, Head of Working Capital Advisory, Deutsche Bank, explores what constitutes best practice for such alliances in Finextra. With the financial services sector undergoing digital transformation, Sielecki notes that not only are products and services changing, business models and approaches to …

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Smoothing UK-Argentina trade flows: Santander’s Mauricio Munguia & UKTI’s Tim Hanson talk to GB&FR

During a recent UKTI roadshow – aimed at encouraging an increase in exports to Latin America – Santander’s Latin America Desk Head, Mauricio Munguia, spoke to UKTI Country Officer for Argentina, Tim Hanson, about prospects in Argentina – as reported in Global Banking & Finance Review. More specifically, the discussion touched upon the new government, …

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Santander’s Mauricio Munguia discusses infrastructure opportunities in Infrastructure Investor

With 10 infrastructure initiatives in the pipeline for 2016-2018 – pegged at around US$4.1 billion of potential investment over the next year – Chile offers an abundance of public-private partnership (PPP) opportunities for companies across the world. Writing for Infrastructure Investor, Santander’s Latin America Desk Head, Mauricio Munguia, explores the private sector opportunities available to …

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Deutsche Bank’s Matthaeus Sielecki discusses bank-fintech partnerships in TXF

Trade and Export Finance has featured an article by Matthaeus Sielecki, Head of Working Capital Advisory at Deutsche Bank. Sielecki discusses how bank-fintech partnerships can be advantageous to both banks and fintechs in this evolving, technology-fuelled environment – and ultimately enable them to offer enhanced, digital transaction experiences that add significant value to end-users. Financial technology …

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How will Brexit impact the UK’s environmental policy? S&P Global findings covered by Environmental Finance and Business Green

In a new report from S&P Global Ratings, Michael Wilkins, Head of Global Environmental and Climate Research, explores the potential impact of Brexit on the UK’s environmental ambitions. He concludes that despite huge political and economic uncertainty, there are opportunities as well as risks on the cards. Covered in detail by top environmental publications Environmental …

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Natixis’ metal analyst, Bernard Dahdah, forecasts weak demand for gold in TFR

 Over the decades, central banks’ attitudes towards gold ownership have shifted in tune with transformations to the world’s monetary system and economic downturns. Writing for Trade and Forfaiting Review, Natixis’ metals analyst, Bernard Dahdah, analyses gold demand in light of myriad global phenomena including the financial crisis, rising demand from new markets such as China …

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Natixis’ Patrick Artus writes for FTSE Global Markets on the UK’s post-Brexit economic potential

 Patrick Artus, chief economist, Natixis, has given his verdict on the UK economy’s outlook following the historic vote to leave the EU. Writing for FTSE Global Markets, Artus notes that market uncertainty around the UK’s future trade relationships will fuel a major downgrading of the economy and the decline of foreign direct investment (FDI) – …

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ICC Banking Commission’s Alexander Malaket discusses refining the regulatory balance in Treasury & Risk

In a recent article for Treasury and Risk, Alexander Malaket – Deputy Head of the Executive Committee, International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission – discusses the search for the optimal balance between implementing essential regulation and encouraging global growth. Trade finance is a key factor in emerging-market development and the expansion of trade. Yet, …

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Infrastructure experts come together to discuss the lay of the land following Brexit in S&P Global’s latest edition of Outlook

As the UK takes stock of its recent decision to leave the EU, Michael Wilkins, Managing Director of Infrastructure Finance Ratings at S&P Global Ratings (S&P), joined the panel debate at a recent International Project Finance Association (IPFA) event to discuss the implications of Brexit on the UK’s infrastructure sector. The key takeaways, which included …

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Not on Olympic form? Commerzbank’s Thomas Krieger explains how Brazil can get back in trading shape in International Trade Magazine

As the Olympic opening ceremony takes place in Rio de Janeirio this Friday, all eyes will be on Brazil and its struggling economy. In an article for the latest issue of specialist commerce publication, International Trade Magazine, Thomas Krieger, regional head of Latin America at Commerzbank, explains that Brazil’s economy is tied to its export trade; …

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