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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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The Innovators 2016: BNY Mellon named a “Transaction Services Innovator” by Global Finance

BNY Mellon has been recognised as an Innovator 2016 for its NEXEN Ecosystem, with Global Finance describing BNY Mellon as “pushing the envelope in terms of innovation”. Honourees are all credited for breaking barriers in terms of Transaction Services innovation – not just by building new technology, but by thinking and acting in news ways …

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BNY Mellon’s Dominic Broom cited in TXF correspondent banking feature

Correspondent banking forms much of the bedrock of international trade, allowing banks to make and receive international payments. Yet, a number of factors are forcing some banks to withdraw from many of their correspondent banking relationships. In TXF, Dominic Broom, Head of Treasury Services EMEA, BNY Mellon, discusses some of the reasons for this trend (such …

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BNY Mellon examines the local and global implications of US real-time payments in FX-MM

The Clearing House’s real-time payments initiative is due to be launched in 2017 – the first new payments system in the US in over 40 years. With fintech innovation fuelling expectations for real-time payments around the globe, this new initiative represents a huge step forward in addressing and facilitating client payment needs and behaviour in …

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BNY Mellon talks dollar demand in Global Banking & Finance Review

The summer of 2014 saw a real shift in the USD environment, with the catalyst for a sharp appreciation in the currency coming from USD from the European Central Bank’s (ECB) decision to introduce a negative deposit rate for the euro (EUR). Within days of its implementation, a rally began that subsequently saw the USD …

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BNY Mellon discusses US real-time payments in The Paypers

  A massive overhaul of the US payments space is underway, with The Clearing House (TCH) announcing its intention to implement a new US real-time payments system. Writing in The Paypers, Carl Slabicki, Senior Product Manager at BNY Mellon discusses the US’s plans for payments to go real-time in 2017, and how the introduction of …

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BNY Mellon appoints Hani Kablawi as new Head of Investment Services for EMEA

BNY Mellon recently appointed Hani Kablawi as their new Head of Investment Services for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Formerly the Head of Asset Servicing for EMEA, Kablawi will now lead the business strategy for Investment Services in the region. Kablawi’s new role will span BNY Mellon’s services and solutions across asset servicing, …

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BNY Mellon’s Michael Bellacosa discusses real-time payments in Payments (R)evolution

With customers increasingly expecting enhanced speed, efficiency and convenience when it comes to transactions, a growing number of countries around the globe are unveiling plans to implement domestic real-time payments systems. Michael Bellacosa, Head of Global Payments, Treasury Services, BNY Mellon, features in a special collaborative magazine by bobsguide and PaymentEye, discussing how banks are …

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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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BNY Mellon features in three articles in the latest edition of TFR

The latest edition of TFR features thought-leadership contributions from three key BNY Mellon spokespeople across three separate articles. In an exclusive piece, BNY Mellon chief currency strategist, Simon Derrick, discusses how there is plenty to suggest that the yen, rather than the euro, will weaken if levels of risk tolerance improve. To read this article …

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