Tag Archive: bank-fintech partnerships

BNY Mellon’s Bana Akkad Azhari discusses how bank-fintech collaboration is creating opportunities for trade in the Middle East in Cash and Trade

Recent years have heralded a new, dynamic “fintech era”. Global investment in fintech has skyrocketed in recent years, yet, the vast majority of fintech investment originates from other regions, with the Middle East only accountable for 0.1% of the global total in 2016. However, fintech companies are increasingly looking at how new innovations can improve …

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UniCredit’s Claudio Camozzo and Jan Kupfer on the potential of bank-fintech partnerships in Finextra

With banks and emerging fintechs introducing new innovations and business models to the industry by the day, the question of how these two parties co-exist in today’s landscape remains. And while some banks may have initially viewed fintechs as a threat, many are now looking to learn from their innovative approach. Collaboration is increasingly seen …

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BNY Mellon’s Bana Akkad Azhari discusses how banks are working together for an enhanced payment experience in FX-MM

Fintech innovation is transforming the payments landscape, and as technology continues to evolve, the need to enhance the cross-border payment experience is becoming ever more evident. Indeed, the existing infrastructures in place are far from optimal. Typically taking three-to-five days to settle, cross- border payments are falling short of modern-day expectations. Writing for FX-MM, BNY …

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BNY Mellon’s Diego Ortellado discusses how Latin American banks can leverage new digital opportunities by engaging with fintechs

Fintech is triggering a monumental shift in the payments space, bringing new capabilities that are enhancing the transaction experience and fuelling client expectations for better, faster and more innovative solutions. Yet, while fintech start-ups have been able to make a mark in the retail business, successfully launching innovative solutions on the corporate side – where …

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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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Deutsche Bank’s Matthaeus Sielecki on FinTech-bank collaboration in Let’s Talk Payments

Dr. Matthaeus Sielecki, Head of Disruptive Technologies & Client Innovation, Trade Finance & Cash Management Corporates, Deutsche Bank, has been featured in Let’s Talk Payments where he argues that the next wave of payment FinTech innovation will undoubtedly come from FinTech-bank or digital ecosystem-bank collaborations. Sielecki believes the reason is clear: in a highly regulated …

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BNY Mellon and TXF partner to host  fintech roundtable in London

  Fintech innovation is causing a huge stir across the finance industry, with new developments emerging that have the potential to alter the very nature of transactions. In the heart of London – a city at the forefront of global fintech innovation – TXF sat down with a group of experts at a BNY Mellon-hosted …

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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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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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BNY Mellon examines fintech’s impact on the payments space in Cash & Trade

The world of payments is being fundamentally reshaped by fintech, with technology-led developments radically transforming retail and consumer payments. Innovation on the corporate side is a more complex proposition, but as pressure mounts from corporate clients who wish to enjoy the same levels of speed, ease and flexible access in their business transactions that they do …

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