Tag: Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank’s Andreas Hauser reflects on SWIFT’s DLT testing for Banking Technology

The recent completion of SWIFT’s ground-breaking proof of concept (PoC), which tested the application and potential of distributed ledger technology (DLT) for nostro reconcilitation, has given the 34 financial institutions involved, amongst them being Deutsche Bank, much to consider. The blockchain technology was tested in a sandbox environment throughout 2017 and proved it can, as …

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Deutsche Bank’s Dave Watson talks cybercrime in Treasury and Risk

Corporate treasurers have already taken significant steps to fortify their cybercrime defences however, chinks in the armour of many treasury departments still remain – mainly in the form of third parties. Indeed, according to research undertaken by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), whom surveyed more than 300 corporate treasury executives on their existing cybersecurity defence …

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What makes a payables finance programme successful? Anil Walia, Deutsche Bank’s Head of Financial Supply Chain Finance, EMEA, discusses in TMI

In an increasingly competitive supply chain finance ecosystem – consisting of banks, non-banks, and a combination of the two – what makes a payables finance programme ‘successful’? And how can corporate treasurers select an effective provider? Writing in TMI, Anil Walia, Deutsche Bank’s Head of Financial Supply Chain, EMEA, suggests that corporates should base their …

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Deutsche Bank wins big in the Asset’s Triple A Treasury, Trade, Supply Chain and Risk Management Awards

Deutsche Bank has picked up a record-breaking total of 46 awards in The Asset’s 2018 “Treasury, Trade, Supply Chain and Risk Management Awards”, exceeding the 2017 total (a previous record) by seven awards. Running for close to 20 years, The Asset’s awards offer pre-eminent recognition in Asia for those seen to have excelled in corporate treasury management, …

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“Voice of the 1000” puts Deutsche Bank top of Supply Chain Financing in Asia-Pacific

Deutsche Bank has been voted Asia-Pacific’s best supply chain finance provider by an independent survey conducted by East & Partners Asia, a leading specialist market research firm in the corporate and investment banking markets, in collaboration with Corporate Treasurer magazine. The “Voice of the 1000” surveyed the region’s top 1,000 institutions, as measured by annual …

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Deutsche Bank’s Flow reports on the 2018 World Supply Chain Finance Summit

How can payables finance reach its potential? How can it help to plug the trade finance gap – 74% of which is accounted for by small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and mid-caps, and 40% of which originates in the Asia-Pacific region? And what role can new technologies play in the payables finance business? Bringing together leading professional from across …

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In GTNews, Deutsche Bank’s Paula Roels makes the case for banks becoming SWIFT gpi-ready

SWIFT’s global payments innovation (SWIFT gpi) is tipped to become the universal cross-border payment standard. Before this happens, however, more banks must enter the initiative’s go-live phase. In an article for GTNews, Paula Roels, Head of Market Infrastructure & Industry Initiatives, Cash Management, Deutsche Bank, makes the case for becoming SWIFT gpi-ready. Read the article …

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Deutsche Bank launch “Payables Finance: a guide to working capital optimisation”

When faced with the choice of cash to fund a corporate finance strategy or cash to meet a 30-day supplier schedule, the revenue-generating activity will obviously be more alluring. However, while extending payment terms makes it possible to grow cash mountains, what happens if the supplier goes out of business while they wait? Enter payables …

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What does a successful payables finance programme look and feel like? Deutsche Bank’s Anil Walia offers his views in the World Supply Chain Finance Report 2018

The ‘success’ of a buyer-led supply chain finance (SCF) programme is often measured by the efficiency and speed of the on-boarding process. A well-executed programme will: clearly communicate the working capital benefits to the suppliers; enrol them quickly and in number; and put little burden on suppliers to ensure the outcome is positive for all. …

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Deutsche Bank’s latest whitepaper makes the case for implementing SWIFT gpi

After a successful year-long trial period, the financial services industry must work together to embrace the live operational mode of SWIFT’s global payments innovation (gpi) – and ensure it becomes the new payment standard for correspondent banking. This rallying call comes from Deutsche Bank’s new whitepaper, “SWIFT gpi: time for action”. As of today, 120+ …

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