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iGTB’s Justin Silsbury discusses the landscape for liquidity after Basel III in Global Banking and Finance Review

Global Banking and Finance Review has featured an article by Justin Silsbury, Liquidity Consultant at iGTB, on how the landscape for liquidity is changing for both banks and corporates after the introduction of Basel III regulations. Basel III has resulted in seismic shifts in cash and liquidity management, Silsbury argues, with banks being forced to reassess …

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BNY Mellon’s Gerry Barber discusses liquidity management strategies in FX-MM

  Introduced in the wake of the post-crisis environment, new regulatory requirements, including Basel III, are having a huge impact on liquidity investment – encouraging banks to assess their assets’ composition and consider their customer balances. Assessing the new terrain for the banking community, Gerry Barber, Managing Director, Regional Head (EMEA) IMG Cash Solutions, BNY …

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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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iGTB’s Justin Silsbury in GTNews: How the landscape for liquidity is changing post-Basel III

GTNews has featured an article by Justin Silsbury, iGTB’s Liquidity Consultant, on how the landscape for liquidity post-Basel III is completely changing for both banks and corporates. Silsbury argues that the introduction of Basel III has resulted in the biggest shake up within cash and liquidity management for a generation, with banks being forced to …

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Natixis’ Patrick Artus writes for Institutional Investor on the potential causes of a future global economic downturn

Some market observers predict a global financial crisis in 2016-2017; one just as serious, if not more so, than that of 2008-2009. Writing for Institutional Investor’s Unconventional Wisdom column, Patrick Artus, Natixis’ Chief Economist, analyses the global economy today and discusses the potential triggers of the next crisis. Signs of financial fragility have been growing since …

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BNY Mellon talks intraday liquidity in two FX-MM articles

New liquidity risk regulations are driving huge change across the market, with rigorous specifications impacting intraday liquidity availability, reporting and collateral requirements. In an Expert View article for FX-MM, Colin Robertson, Managing Director, Treasury Services EMEA, BNY Mellon, examines the evolving liquidity space and how banks are adapting in order to comply with the heightened …

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