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PSD2 regulation is a catalyst for innovation, says Deutsche Bank in Banking Technology

PSD2 comes into force on 13 January 2018. It aims to open up the European payments market to greater competition and transparency, but Christian Schaefer, global head of payments, cash management, Deutsche Bank, believes its effect will be more far-reaching. Writing for Banking Technology magazine, Schaefer suggests it is no exaggeration to say that the result will …

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How Deutsche Bank is forging a path to PSD2 compliance – bobsguide reports

Are you PSD2-Ready?, a new whitepaper published by Deutsche Bank, outlines a number of challenges for banks tasked with becoming PSD2-compliant. bobsguide sat down with Christian Schaefer, Global Head of Payments, Cash Management, Deutsche Bank, to discuss the report’s key findings. Read the full article here.  



Do not place PSD2 on the back burner, says Deutsche Bank in FTSE Global Markets

On January 13th, 2018, the new European Directive on Payment Services in the Internal Market (PSD2) comes into effect, marking the next stage of the European payments market’s transformation. Christian Schaefer, global head of payments, Cash Management, Deutsche Bank, explains the implementation hurdles and opportunities in an article for FTSE Global Markets magazine – and …

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Deutsche Bank’s Paula Roels makes the case for implementing SWIFT gpi, in FX-MM

SWIFT’s global payments innovation (SWIFT gpi) – an industry-wide initiative that connects every party in payment chain via a cloud solution – is tipped to become the new payment standard for correspondent banking. Before it can, however, a critical mass of banks must go live with the initiative’s operational mode. Writing for FX-MM, Paul Roels, …

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Are you PSD2-Ready? A Deutsche Bank guide to the latest information and sources of support

By January 13th 2018, EU member states are obliged to transpose the new EU Payment Services Directive (PSD2) into national law. With the deadline fast approaching, organisations in the regulation’s scope must ensure they are prepared. As Sharokh Moinian, Deutsche Bank’s Global Head of Cash Products, Cash Management, puts it; “organisations affected – particularly financial institutions – must …

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“A lack of clarity over FTR 2015 could harm payment flows” writes Deutsche Bank’s Stefan Fruschki for Global Banking and Finance Review

To strengthen the European payments industry’s efforts to combat money laundering and terrorist financing, the EU Funds Transfer Regulation 2015 (FTR 2015) came into effect on 26th June 2017. There is more to FTR 2015 than meets the eye, however. Concerns are mounting that FTR’s obligations are, in places, open to interpretation. Writing for Global Banking and …

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FTR 2015’s regulatory success relies on further industry collaboration, writes Deutsche Bank’s Christian Westerhaus for Money Laundering Bulletin

Last month, the EU Funds Transfer Regulation 2015 (FTR 2015) – which aims to ensure the full traceability of payments – came into effect. Helping to prevent and detect illicit financial transactions, FTR 2015 implements the updated international anti-money laundering (AML) and counter-terrorist financing (CTF) recommendations by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) and, therefore, …

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A New Playing Field: Deutsche Bank discusses the implications of the new European Directive on Payment Services (PSD2) in Flow Magazine

PSD2 is certainly not a minor update of the original EU Payment Services Directive (PSD1) established in 2007. It brings three major changes to PSD1: it widens the geographical and currency scope of predecessor regulation; it introduces higher levels of payment security and authentication; and finally, and perhaps most disruptively, PSD2 licenses third party providers …

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Writing for Finextra, Deutsche Bank’s Christian Westerhaus believes clarity over EU FTR 2015 is needed

Effective since 26th June 2017, the EU Funds Transfer Regulation 2015 (FTR 2015) sets out to ensure the traceability of payments transactions, which is a powerful tool in the prevention, detection, and investigation of money laundering and terrorist financing. But with its implementation comes unexpected hurdles for payment service providers (PSPs). Writing for Finextra, Christian …

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Writing in Treasury and Risk, Deutsche Bank’s Seth Brener explores how corporates can “make the most out of their cash”

Managing excess liquidity has never been more challenging for the corporate treasurer. Low – even negative – interest rates mean treasurers can no longer rely on leaving their excess cash in overnight deposits. In addition, new financial regulations such as Basel III have only further complicated the question of what to do with excess liquidity: …

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