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Deutsche Bank’s Shahrokh Moinian answers the Asset Servicing Times’ pressing questions regarding new EU payments regulation

The new EU Payment Services Directive (PSD2) comes into effect on 13th January 2018, and could cause – among other consequences – significant changes for payment service providers’ back office processes. In a Q&A article for Asset Servicing Times, Shahrokh Moinian, Global Head of Cash Management Corporates, Deutsche Bank, answers the industry’s most pressing questions …

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In an article for IBS Journal, Deutsche Bank’s Shahrokh Moinian explains how PSD2 could accelerate European payments digitalisation

Taking into account the substantial technological and market changes in the past decade, EU Payment Services Directive’s revision – known as PSD2 – comes into effect in January 2018. Its changes, however, represent more than a regulatory update; in fact, PSD2 has the potential to propel European payments into a new era of digitalised services. …

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In an article for GTNews, Deutsche Bank’s David Berse assesses effective deposit safety practices in a dynamic risk environment

As corporate treasurers now manage historically-high stockpiles of cash, strategies to accurately mitigate counterparty risk that ensure cash is safely and efficiently deployed are more crucial than ever. At the same time, banks are dissuaded from deposits due to both the Basel III liquidity coverage ratio as well as negative interest rates, which are sweeping …

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In a feature for FX-MM, Deutsche Bank’s Shahrokh Moinian describes why PSD2 is a chance for meaningful change in payments

In response to the payment industry’s growing need for enhanced transparency and security, the revised “European Directive on Payment Services in the Internal Market” (PSD2) comes into effect on 13th January 2018. But, what will PSD2 mean for the industry? And what benefits could the industry experience? Writing for FX-MM, Shahrokh Moinian, Deutsche Bank’s Global …

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Deutsche Bank publishes new guide to EU Payment Services Directive 2

Banks and payment providers will need to adapt their systems and processes to comply with the requirements of the new EU Directive on Payment Services (PSD2), according to a new guide published by Deutsche Bank, in collaboration with PPI AG, that explains the directive’s most important provisions, as well as its impact on the operations …

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Deutsche Bank’s Andrew Reid in The Paypers: B2B payment innovation is possible only through collaboration

Andrew Reid explains in The Paypers that collaboration is needed for banks to achieve the same level of transformation and convenience in the B2B space that they have already delivered in the retail banking space. In an interview previously published in the B2B Fintech: Payments, Supply Chain Finance & E-invoicing Guide 2016, Reid says that …

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Deutsche Bank’s Anil Walia on the crucial role of supply chain finance in Procurement Leaders

In Procurement Leaders’ November/December 2016 issue, Anil Walia, EMEA Head Supply Chain Finance at Deutsche Bank, explains the crucial role supply chain finance can play in the buyer/supplier ecosystem, contributing to the benefit of all involved. Under the title “Ramping up the synergies in cash-poor times” Walia relates how many of the discussions in which …

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Deutsche Bank picks up two awards in Acquisition International’s 2016 Finance Awards programme

Deutsche Bank has been recognised with two accolades in Acquisition International’s (AI’s) 2016 Finance Awards programme: Best Commercial Banking Specialist 2016 for Asia Pacific for the Bank’s work supporting corporates in Asia Pacific, and with the Award for Excellence in Risk Management, Singapore. Winning not one, but two of AI’s prestigious and pioneering awards is …

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Specialist press cover Deutsche Bank’s trade finance hire of David Herbert

  Deutsche Bank has made a significant hire to its Trade Finance London team. David Herbert rejoins Deutsche Bank after five years with Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML), where he latterly headed the Western European Trade Sales team. David has over 30 years banking experience and spent the majority of his career in a …

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Deutsche Bank’s Lisa Rossi talks about the treasury of tomorrow in October’s edition of TFR

In an article for Trade and Forfaiting Review, Rossi, who is global head of liquidity and investment product development and UK head of institutional cash management at Deutsche Bank, says the fundamentals of corporate treasury management have not changed. “There is nothing new about the treasurer’s basic dilemma: liquidity management will always need to strike …

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