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Dino Sani from BNY Mellon talks about the power of banking collaboration in BNamericas

While advances in financial technology, or ‘fintech’, have transformed the payments world, it has led client demand for user-friendly and instant payment services in the corporate payments sphere to intensify. With this in mind, Dino Sani, Head of Sales & Relationship Management for Latin America, Treasury Services, BNY Mellon, writes for BNamericas to discuss how …

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Banks joining forces to advance payments: BNY Mellon’s Dominic Broom in FX-MM

With demand for user-friendly payment innovations intensifying due to increasingly rapidly evolving technology, complex trade flows and the advent of millennials, banks need to maintain an industry-leading position by pushing the boundaries of technology to deliver enhanced experiences to clients. Writing for FX-MM, Dominic Broom, Head of Treasury Services EMEA, BNY Mellon, discusses how banks …

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Steven Renwick discusses how Satago is leveraging technology to enhance credit control processes in PYMNTS

Late payments are a huge issue for many SMEs, with the problem so severe that it has become a key reason for insolvency in the sector. Through its all-in-one cash flow solution, which marries invoice finance and digitally-driven credit control capabilities, Satago aims to address this. In an in interview with PYMNTS, Satago CEO and …

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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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Satago’s Steven Renwick is the featured entrepreneur in Start Your Business

Satago recently launched its unique all-in-one cash flow solution, which combines invoice finance with a credit control platform to help address the issue of late payments. In a special Q&A for Start Your Business, Steven Renwick, CEO and founder of Satago, explains how Satago can genuinely improve SMEs’ financial health, what drove him to establish …

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Deutsche Bank’s Matthaeus Sielecki discusses bank-fintech partnerships in TXF

Trade and Export Finance has featured an article by Matthaeus Sielecki, Head of Working Capital Advisory at Deutsche Bank. Sielecki discusses how bank-fintech partnerships can be advantageous to both banks and fintechs in this evolving, technology-fuelled environment – and ultimately enable them to offer enhanced, digital transaction experiences that add significant value to end-users. Financial technology …

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Specialist press covers Satago’s £4.6m investment deal to finance SMEs

SME cash-flow solution provider, Satago, has secured £4.6 million in funding from ESF Capital, the institutional marketplace lending accelerator. Comprising an initial £3 million credit line from ESF and an equity investment of £1.6 million, with further potential for additional equity and debt funding, the deal signals the launch of Satago’s unique financing solution, which …

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Q&A with Deutsche Bank’s Andrew Reid in The Paypers B2B Fintech guide 2016

In a Q&A for The Paypers, Andrew Reid, Managing Director and Head of Cash Management Corporates, GTB, explained how now was the time for the B2B payments space to have the same level of transformation and convenience that the Retail banking space has experienced in recent times. Reid argued that banks and corporates should be …

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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 and TXF host trade finance focused roundtable in Abu Dhabi

The financial landscape is undergoing a significant period of change, with banks facing heightened levels of regulation, the evolution of new technology capabilities introduced by fintechs, and ever-increasing client expectations. Furthermore, as a region heavily dependent on oil, the Middle East must also navigate low oil prices and subsequent budget deficits. Certainly, these are challenging …

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