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UniCredit’s Christian Nägele discusses the key to unlocking African trade in Global Banking & Finance Review

Africa continues to show promise and is growing in importance as a market for corporates in Europe. But while positive demographics and strong growth rates are generating strong opportunities, corporates and their banking partners still face considerable challenges in Africa due to the continent’s cultural diversity and its regulatory and political inconsistencies. Christian Nägele, Head of …

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iGTB’s Justin Silsbury discusses the landscape for liquidity after Basel III in Global Banking and Finance Review

Global Banking and Finance Review has featured an article by Justin Silsbury, Liquidity Consultant at iGTB, on how the landscape for liquidity is changing for both banks and corporates after the introduction of Basel III regulations. Basel III has resulted in seismic shifts in cash and liquidity management, Silsbury argues, with banks being forced to reassess …

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iGTB’s Tapan Agarwal discusses the key factors required for a robust risk management strategy in Global Banking & Finance Review

The banking industry has traditionally relied on regulators to determine how risk should be managed but times have changed – and dramatically so – says Tapan Agarwal, Risk Product Council Chair at iGTB, in Global Banking & Finance Review. Agarwal discusses the weight of responsibility now placed on banks, and the key factors required for …

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iGTB’s Tapan Agarwal in Global Banking and Finance Review on tailored, data-driven approaches to risk management

Tapan Agarwal, Risk Product Council Chair at iGTB, has been featured in Global Banking and Finance Review where he discussed how technology can help banks manage their risks more realistically and remain open for business. Although the banking industry is traditionally risk-averse, Agarwal questioned whether some banks are being too rigid in their approach to …

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