Tag: fintech

Bank-fintech alliances to revolutionise B2B payments says new Deutsche Bank whitepaper

Banks and fintechs should partner rather than compete, says Deutsche Bank’s whitepaper ‘FinTech 2.0: Creating new opportunities through strategic alliance’. In the new paper on technological innovation, Deutsche Bank posits that far from seeing them as competition, traditional banks must collaborate with industry disruptors and new players in order to continue to innovate. “Innovation is not …

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Deutsche Bank’s Rhomaios Ram speaks to Bitcoin Magazine on fintech partnerships

Strategic alliances are the future for banks and fintechs alike, allowing both to survive in an increasingly competitive environment, explained Rhomaios Rham to Bitcoin Magazine – ahead of a whitepaper to be published by Deutsche Bank on the same. Rham said that in his experience fintechs are keen to partner, as “they see the benefits that …

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BNY Mellon features twice in Sibos Online

The transaction world is in the midst of dramatic change and banks are being required to adapt to an unprecedented level of transformation. Technology is the predominant driving force, bringing a whole new range of capabilities and expectations. In two separate articles for Sibos Online, Dominic Broom, Head of Treasury Services EMEA, BNY Mellon, discusses …

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Deutsche Bank’s Kevin Garlan discusses allying with fintech disruptors in Payments Source

Kevin Garlan, Deutsche Bank, discuss the market drivers making bank-fintech partnerships the optimal environment for payments innovation in 2016 with Payments Source.

BNY Mellon’s Dominic Broom examines bank-fintech partnerships in Global Banking & Finance Review

Fintech is becoming an ever-greater force in the transaction landscape, bringing new capabilities that are enhancing the payments experience and fuelling client expectations for better, faster and more innovative solutions across the payments spectrum. In Global Banking & Finance Review Dominic Broom, Head of Treasury Services EMEA at BNY Mellon, discusses how banks and fintech …

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Fintech and the trading sector: BNY Mellon in GTR

Recognition of the potential value fintech could present is creating a growing fervour throughout the banking industry. And while the trading space has always been regarded as somewhat slow when it comes to embracing and adopting new innovations, it is far more receptive to developments and more inclined to accept new solutions – particularly those …

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BNY Mellon and FX-MM host fintech-focused Nordics roundtable

The world of payments is undergoing a monumental shift, with fintech innovation providing a plethora of new capabilities. In turn, this is shaping client expectations and enabling new players to enter the payments space. With banks across the globe facing a rapidly evolving landscape, BNY Mellon and FX-MM gathered together a number of Nordic banks …

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BNY Mellon examines fintech’s impact on the trading arena in TXF

As technology innovation occurs at an increasingly rapid pace, even the traditionally slower to adapt trade sector is becoming ever-more used to change and is subsequently far more responsive and inclined to be receptive to innovative solutions than in the recent past. In the Sibos edition of TXF‘‘s The TXF Chronicle, Dominic Broom, Head of Treasury …

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UniCredit’s Sebastian Hölker discusses the rise of fintech factoring platforms in Financial News

The emergence of new fintech companies poses a threat to the factoring business of traditional transaction banks, writes Liz Salecka in Financial News. These new competitors are enabling corporates to sell their invoices at the best price via fast and cost-effective platforms. Among the experts interviewed for the piece was Sebastian Hölker, head of structuring and implementation of …

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BNY Mellon in FX-MM: We are on the threshold of a payments reformation

Fintech companies are gaining in number and strength (at least 4000 fintech start-ups are currently active and more than a dozen of these are valued at over US$1 billion), and are approaching the world of transactions with new ideas, a new perspective and unparalleled technology proficiency. This combination is a powerful force, and fintechs have …

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