Tag Archive: Cross-border payments

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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BNY Mellon’s Jean-Pierre Saint Victor discusses the future of payments in Trinidad and Tobago’s Contact magazine

As the middle class populations of emerging markets grew by 50% in the 2000s, so too have both inter- and intra-emerging market trade flows. In turn, banks must increasingly factor proficient multicurrency solutions into their offerings to cater to this demand. Writing for the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce magazine, Contact,  Jean-Pierre …

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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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UniCredit’s Markus Straußfeld discusses advances in digital payments in new guide from The Paypers

The field of payments is undergoing a period of rapid change, with digitalization and competition bringing new levels of speed and efficiency, says Markus Straußfeld, head of international cash management sales at UniCredit, in The Paypers’ new B2B Fintech: Payments, Supply Chain Finance & E-invoicing Guide 2016. In a wide-ranging interview, Straußfeld discusses a number of …

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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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TMI features comment from BNY Mellon on this year’s Tacitus Lecture

The recent annual World Traders’ Livery Company’s Tacitus Lecture, delivered by former Deputy Governor of The Bank of England, Sir Paul Tucker, was on the topic of “A New International Monetary System in a New World Order”. BNY Mellon is an official sponsor of this year’s Lecture – as well as the upcoming Tacitus Debate …

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BNY Mellon published in the Journal of Payments Strategy & Systems

The global payments landscape is changing faster than ever before thanks to the combined impact of fast-changing technology, the ever-growing presence of non-banks, evolving client expectations, increasing regulation and shifting global demographics. In a special paper for the latest volume of the Journal of Payments Strategy & Systems, BNY Mellon’s Dominic Broom – Head of …

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