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Specialist press covers BNY Mellon’s hire of Güngör Taner as Vice President of Sales and Relationship Management

BNY Mellon has expanded its sales and client support team in Germany, a core growth market, appointing Güngör Taner as the new Vice President of Sales and Relationship Management. Taner brings over 15 years’ of banking experience to his new role. He joins BNY Mellon from the Royal Bank of Scotland, where, for the past …

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Navigating a new payments landscape: BNY Mellon provides a guest column for the Jamaica Observer

The world of global payments is in a period of transition. A host of factors including technological innovation, changes in global demographics, heightened regulations, and the growing number (and influence) of non-traditional payment providers, are rapidly reshaping the payment space. Writing in the Jamaica Observer, Jean-Pierre St Victor, Managing Director and Head of Sales and …

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“Better Together”: In El Economista, BNY Mellon’s Margaret Guevara argues banks must work together as an industry if the full power of fintech is to be utilised

Digital innovation, the rise of fintechs, and the growing influence of the millennial generation are creating a newfound urgency for banks to modernise cash and trade transactions. In Mexico, over 70% of banks regard digital transformation as a key board and CEO priority. Yet how can banks best bring about this transformational change? Writing in …

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Specialist press covers appointment of Christopher Mager as Head of new Global Innovation Group within BNY Mellon’s Treasury Services business

BNY Mellon Treasury Services has named Christopher Mager as Head of its newly created Global Innovation Group. The group was launched to ensure the continual incorporation of new ideas and technologies into BNY Mellon’s client services, and secure BNY Mellon’s position as a global leader in financial innovation. Anthony Brady, Managing Director and Global Head …

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“Reinventing payments in an era of Modernization”: BNY Mellon launches new fintech report

BNY Mellon’s paper, “Reinventing payments in an era of Modernization” examines the fintech-fuelled changes taking place in the payments space. Analysing survey results from more than 100 banks, the paper outlines the varied strategies being employed by banks to align themselves with the emerging payments environment. Coauthored by Tony Brady (Head of Global Product Management, BNY …

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“Banks spearheading global payments modernisation” writes BNY Mellon’s Chris Mager in Global Banking and Finance Review

Financial technology has become a huge mobiliser of change in the transaction space. A key catalyst for the recent innovation surge has been the rise of fintech providers, whose exceptional digital know-how, affinity with the needs of millennials, and distinct lack of regulatory boundaries, made them well-positioned to create experience-changing concepts. However, writing in Global …

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BNY Mellon and GTR host roundtable in Madrid to discuss the evolution of Spanish trade and the payments industry

Trade financiers have experienced dramatic change in recent years, with the global financial crisis, European debt levels and the slowdown in China just some of the recent obstacles to hit global trade. At a roundtable in Madrid, GTR and BNY Mellon gathered a group of Spanish transaction bankers together to discuss the impact of the …

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BNY Mellon’s Cihat Takunyaci and Margaret Guevara explore the opportunities that could be leveraged through a strong Turkey-Mexico trading relationship

Trade between Turkey and Mexico is gathering momentum, increasing 15 fold between 1999 and 2015. Writing, in Cash and Trade, Cihat Takunyaci, BNY Mellon’s Country Manager for Turkey, and Margaret Guevara, BNY Mellon’s Head of Sales and Relationship Management, suggest the full potential of Turkey-Mexico trading opportunities is yet to be realised. Trading potential in industries …

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BNY Mellon features in Euromoney article on the changing face of transaction banking and the surge in banking alliances

Correspondent banking is a crucial facilitator for international trade, yet due to a number of factors – including compliance demands, many banks are being forced to withdraw from some of their correspondent banking relationships. In Euromoney, BNY Mellon’s Dominic Broom (Head of Treasury Services EMEA) explains how correspondent banking has moved towards selective specialism, with non-compete local-global bank alliances …

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BNY Mellon features in Global Finance article on the challenge of updating cross-border payments

In an era when digital devices can seamlessly connect and share information at the press of a button, sending money cross-border can still be a relatively arcane process, characterised by sluggish pace and opaqueness around fees. In Global Finance,  (EMEA market manager in treasury services at BNY Mellon) expands on the problems which companies face …

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