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BNY Mellon’s Dominic Broom discusses how to fight protectionism and close the trade finance gap in CFO Innovation

In spite of recent challenges to growth, Asian trade has remained resilient (with ASEAN exports, for example, growing 12% from 2013 to 2016 to reach US$875 billion). Yet, where world trade once grew at twice the rate of GDP, the WTO’s forecast for world trade growth in 2016 was a rate of just 1.7% – …

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In Latin Finance, BNY Mellon’s Dino Sani discusses the importance of innovation and collaboration across the banking landscape

  The exponential growth of fintech innovation in recent years has brought remarkable upgrades to Latin America’s financial services – most notably in the efficiency and ease of retail and domestic payments. But, despite this impressive progress, there is still a great deal to do when it comes to modernizing global transactions. Furthermore, owing to …

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BNY Mellon’s Daniela Eder features in bobsguide PSD2 article on banks and PSD2

  In January 2018, all banks will have to be compliant with new PSD2 regulations. Daniela Eder, Cash Management Business Development Manager, Treasury Services, BNY Mellon, discusses the changes taking place and positive impact that PSD2 could have on the banking landscape. In the bobsguide piece, Eder is quoted as describing two factors that banks …

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BNY Mellon’s Mauro Bonacina discusses the potential for technology to transform trade in FX-MM

  Trade as we know it dates back centuries and has altered very little; remaining heavily paper based, labour intensive and dominated by manual processes. Certainly, if you were to name one sector that could benefit from fintech innovation, trade would be it. And despite challenges to the digitalisation of trade – such as reluctance …

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In The Asset, BNY Mellon’s Dominic Broom considers the importance of collaboration and innovation in securing the future of trade in Asia

Trade in Asia is facing a changing global landscape and considerable challenges, with structural economic change taking place in the region itself, coupled with growing protectionism in the west. Despite this, Asia has experienced above average global trade growth in recent years and continues to do so, with the trade outlook for the region particularly …

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BNY Mellon’s Daniela Eder explains the effects of PSD2 on the payments landscape in FX-MM

Huge change is afoot in the payments space, as markets develop, customer needs evolve and technology capabilities advance. Concurrently, legislation must progress in order to remain relevant to the operating environment, and the introduction of PSD2 reflects the significant developments that have occurred in the retail payment market since the implementation of PSD1 in 2007. …

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In The Paypers, BNY Mellon’s Ross Jones discusses the importance of collaboration in driving payment innovation

  With client demand for real-time services increasingly being met in domestic payments, the industry is turning its focus to applying similar capabilities to global payments. Indeed, in this globalised world, cross-border transactions are soaring, and creating real-time solutions for payments – irrespective of location – has become a key priority. In order to achieve …

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In bobsguide, BNY Mellon’s Daniela Eder considers how PSD2 is changing the face of payments

Technological innovation – driven by the emergence of a tech-hungry generation – has become a huge catalyst for change across the financial services industry. In January 2018, PSD2 – a revised version of the original PSD1 – will come into effect.  Designed to help harmonise the European market for payment services, PSD2 incorporates enhancements to transparency, …

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BNY Mellon’s Michelle Hui discusses the importance of collaboration for leveraging trade opportunities for Asia in The Asian Banker

Global trade is experiencing significant change, and economic and political uncertainty is impacting key trading relationships in Asia. Despite these turbulent times, recent figures indicate that growth in ASEAN, for instance, has been relatively unfazed by headwinds in 2016. That said, another particularly important trend has emerged that hampers the ability for many local companies …

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BNY Mellon discusses enhancing trade links between Mexico and Turkey in TXF

Mexico and Turkey are two countries with a number of similarities. Both have economies with great potential, are blessed with strong geo-strategic positions – Turkey as the gateway to Europe and the Middle East, and Mexico as the bridge between North and Latin America – and have seen a substantial rise in their share of …

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