Natixis’ Abhishek Deshpande scoops The Petroleum Economist’s energy executive of the year award

Natixis’ senior oil analyst, Abhishek Deshpande has been named The Petroleum Economist’s “2016 Energy Executive of the Year”. Judged by industry leaders – including former OPEC Secretary General, Abdalla El- Badri and former BP executive, Lord John Browne, Baron Browne of Madingley – The Petroleum Economist Awards acknowledge the individuals, as well as organisations and …

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Falcon Group & Aon collaborate to boost British exports, as covered by the specialist press

Falcon Group and Aon have signed a memorandum of understanding in order to assist UK businesses seeking export finance solutions. The move marks yet another step in the financier’s continued commitment to support British businesses and builds on Aon’s industry leading position in trade credit insurance. “In today’s current economic climate, it is vital that …

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BNY Mellon’s Jean-Pierre Saint Victor discusses the future of payments in Trinidad and Tobago’s Contact magazine

As the middle class populations of emerging markets grew by 50% in the 2000s, so too have both inter- and intra-emerging market trade flows. In turn, banks must increasingly factor proficient multicurrency solutions into their offerings to cater to this demand. Writing for the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce magazine, Contact,  Jean-Pierre …

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Commerzbank is ‘Best in transaction banking for the CEE region’ says the FT’s The Banker

Thanks to its unparalleled role in trade finance in the region, Commerzbank has been named ‘Best Bank in Central & Eastern Europe (CEE)’ in this year’s Transaction Banking Awards at the specialist magazine of the Financial Times, The Banker. Commerzbank’s ability to maintain strategic partnerships and its steadfast role in correspondent banking during times of increased international and regional …

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Dino Sani from BNY Mellon talks about the power of banking collaboration in BNamericas

While advances in financial technology, or ‘fintech’, have transformed the payments world, it has led client demand for user-friendly and instant payment services in the corporate payments sphere to intensify. With this in mind, Dino Sani, Head of Sales & Relationship Management for Latin America, Treasury Services, BNY Mellon, writes for BNamericas to discuss how …

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Santander discusses turning Chile’s infrastructure challenges into opportunities for Infrastructure Intelligence

Chile is one of Latin America’s most promising investment destinations, particularly when it comes to infrastructure discusses Mauricio Munguia, Santander’s Latin American Desk Head, as featured in the latest Infrastructure Intelligence magazine. A key area of focus for Chile are public-private partnerships (PPP), a funding model involving the use of private finance to facilitate the …

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Santander’s Mauricio Munguia discusses Chile’s renewable energy opportunities for Renewable Energy Focus

Chile is aiming to produce 70% of its energy using renewable sources by 2050. This will provide European companies and investors with significant opportunities, writes Mauricio Munguia, Santander’s Latin American Desk Head, for Renewable Energy Focus. Driven by the pledges made at last year’s COP21 climate change conference in Paris, economies across the globe are …

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ICC United Kingdom discusses the implications of Brexit on the export freight industry in Export and Freight

The latest issue of Export and Freight features an interview with Chris Southworth, Secretary General of ICC United Kingdom – and Fred Osborn, National Chairman of the British International Freight Association (BIFA). The interview discusses the issues impacting the global freight industry, and how business and global government can collaborate to deliver growth. In particular, …

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S&P tells Property Week green property financing is forecast to grow

In an interview with Property Week, S&P Global Ratings’ Eric Tanguy predicts that green financing, through the use of green bonds, is expected to play a larger role in the real estate market in the years to come. He predicts this will be driven by two factors. “Firstly, green bonds promote the efforts of property …

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In light of the disappearing of the overdraft, Satago’s Steven Renwick asks ‘what next for SME finance?’ in Finance Digest

With the long-relied upon overdraft disappearing from the high street, many small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are struggling to finance working capital and effectively manage their cash flow – especially when the challenge of  late payments prevails. In light of these pressures, Steven Renwick, CEO, Satago, shares his expertise with Finance Digest on the ways …

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