Tag Archive: collaboration

UniCredit’s Jan Kupfer and Claudio Camozzo on bank-fintech collaboration in Finance Digest

With banks and fintechs both bringing a raft of new innovations to the industry, how these two parties co-exist in today’s environment remains a key question. While some banks may have seen fintechs as a threat, many are now trying to learn from their innovative mindsets and agile setups. Collaboration is now being viewed as the preferred approach, with 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 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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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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“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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Only through collaboration can real-time cross-border payments become a reality, says BNY Mellon’s Dominic Broom in EMEA Finance

With domestic real-time payments systems being launched in countries across the globe, and with cross-border payment volumes soaring,  efforts to develop a global real-time payments system must be a key priority for banks. However, achieving such an ambitious project is no easy task – significant challenges including the achievement of interoperability and regulatory harmony. In …

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BNY Mellon discusses how industry collaboration is essential if a new global payments eco-system is to be realised in Sibos Online

New technological developments are creating capabilities that could reinvent the way transactions are undertaken in the corporate space. However, in an article produced for Sibos, BNY Mellon’s Anthony Brady (Global Head of Business Strategy and Market Solutions) and Christopher Mager (Head of Global Innovation) argue that while technology can provide the building blocks, it is …

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“Technology and team-work” will drive transformation of the trade space says BNY Mellon’s Joon Kim and Lucille Mayer in TFR

Technology innovation is driving change across the financial industry. Indeed, while fintech innovation was initially focused on enhancing payments, attention has increasingly turned to trade finance, with a growing number of vendors developing new propositions to enhance the efficiency, security and network of trade transactions. Writing in TFR, BNY Mellon’s Joon Kim (Head of Global …

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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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