Tag: bank-fintech collaboration

BNY Mellon’s Bana Akkad Azhari discusses fintech in the Middle East

In an article for the American Lebanese Chamber of Commerce, BNY Mellon’s Head of Treasury Services, MEA and CIS, discusses how technology innovation is changing the landscape of finance in the Middle East. Azhari notes that, while the Middle East has been somewhat slower to explore some of these opportunities than other parts of the …

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ICC’s Doina Buruiana discussing the global shortage of trade finance in International Banker

In the latest edition of International Banker, Doina Buruiana, Project Manager at ICC Banking Commission, discusses the various ways to address the global shortage of trade finance. In particular, with slowing trade growth and 61% of respondents to ICC’s 2016 Global Survey reporting a global shortage of trade finance, the industry needs to find ways …

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BNY Mellon features in EMEA Finance correspondent banking article

Providing services across borders can present significant challenges to transaction banks operating in the EMEA region. In EMEA Finance, Dominic Broom, Head of Treasury Services EMEA at BNY Mellon, describes the obstacles that banks face and the importance of maintaining a thorough understanding of all legal and regulatory specifications in the countries involved in order …

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In Banking Technology’s Sibos edition, BNY Mellon’s Anthony Brady explains the importance of collaboration for enhancing global payments

Fintech companies dedicated to the renovation of outdated payment systems using cutting-edge technology have emerged across the globe. Whilst initially banks viewed fintech with trepidation and uncertainty, increasingly banks are embracing the “fintech revolution”. In Banking Technology, BNY Mellon’s Anthony Brady (Global Head of Business Strategy and Market Solutions, Treasury Services) discusses how banks are …

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Banks must become the “engine room” driving digital change says BNY Mellon in Cash & Trade

Technological transformation is occurring across the finance world, with digitally-driven enhancements making transactions and processes increasingly efficient, transparent and accessible. Fintech companies equipped with real digital creativity initiated this sea of change, but can these new market entrants continue to drive industry developments? BNY Mellon’s Anthony Brady (Global Head of Business Strategy, Market Solutions and …

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BNY Mellon’s Michael Bellacosa discusses how banks’ strategies are evolving in response to fintech and digitisation in TMI’s Sibos edition

The payments space has undergone a significant shake-up in recent years, with new technology capabilities and a mass of fintech companies bursting onto the scene. Banks have subsequently been forced to attune to an increasingly digital landscape and a growth of competition. Yet while this revolution has posed challenge to the banking industry, it also presents …

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iGTB’s Herber de Ruijter on how banks should learn from tech companies in Global Finance

Herber de Ruijter, Head of Digital Strategy at iGTB, has been cited in Global Finance magazine in the Cover Story: “Banking On Technology To Serve Customers”. In the article de Ruijter explained how, following the lead set by top technology companies and agile start-ups, banks are learning how to tap into customer behaviour and design more appealing online …

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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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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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Banks joining forces to advance payments: BNY Mellon’s Dominic Broom in FX-MM

With demand for user-friendly payment innovations intensifying due to increasingly rapidly evolving technology, complex trade flows and the advent of millennials, banks need to maintain an industry-leading position by pushing the boundaries of technology to deliver enhanced experiences to clients. Writing for FX-MM, Dominic Broom, Head of Treasury Services EMEA, BNY Mellon, discusses how banks …

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