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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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New appointments at Crown Agents Bank reported in the specialist press

Rory Hanly is the new Group Chief Operating Officer of the Crown Agents Bank Group, overseeing both Crown Agents Bank and its investment management arm, Crown Agents Investment Management. Hanly will refine the bank’s core operating processes, systems and procedures, with combined responsibility for operations and IT, ensuring effective collaboration across the bank, including business …

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Commerzbank’s Christian Toben sees demographic dividends on the Sub-Saharan African horizon in Jeune Afrique

The UN hopes for “full and productive employment by 2030”. Writing for leading African political and economic magazine Jeune Afrique, Christian Toben, Regional Head of Africa at Commerzbank, notes that any chance of hitting this ambitious target will depend on the continent – home to about half of the additional global workforce expected over the …

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iGTB’s Phil Cantor covers the inaugural iGTB Oxford School of Transaction Banking in GTNews

iGTB’s Phil Cantor has written an article in GTNews about the iGTB Oxford School of Transaction Banking, held in July earlier this year. Set up by iGTB and Ted Roosevelt Malloch, CEO of The Roosevelt Group and Senior Fellow at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, the inaugural course was the first in a series …

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Commerzbank’s Ingrid Weisskopf outlines an exciting new payments initiative from SWIFT in Treasury & Risk magazine

In an article for corporate finance magazine, Treasury & Risk, Ingrid Weisskopf, head of cash products and advisory FI at Commerzbank, sets out the promise of SWIFT’s new global payments innovation (gpi) initiative for banks and companies alike. In her article, ‘Driving a New Standard in Cross-Border Payments’, Weisskopf explains that the smooth running of …

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Commerzbank’s experts discuss the trade potential of Brazil and India in the specialist press

In an exclusive interview for BRICS Business Magazine, Thomas Krieger and Alexander Rost – Commerzbank’s respective regional FI heads of Latin America and the Indian subcontinent – offer their insights on the trading potential of Brazil and India. 15 years after Goldman Sachs identified the so-called ‘BRICS’ group of major emerging global powers, the economic fortunes …

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Commerzbank’s Robert von Oldershausen examines the resilience of Chile’s economy for FTSE Global Markets

In an article for leading financial magazine, FTSE Global Markets, Robert von Oldershausen, Commerzbank’s Senior Relationship Manager for FI Latin America, explores the economy of Chile, and assesses its capacity to weather current challenges. The article notes that Chile has been at the forefront of Latin American economic growth since the 1980s, posting impressive rates …

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A growing, sustainable Bangladesh depends on the banks, writes Commerzbank’s Alexander Rost in Global Banking and Finance Review

Writing for leading magazine, Global Banking and Finance Review, Alexander Rost, Regional Head Indian Subcontinent & ASEAN at Commerzbank, stresses that diversified and higher-value export trade is crucial to ensuring that Bangladesh continues on its promising development path. Key to this will be collaboration between local and global banks – those institutions with the infrastructure …

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Commerzbank offers a blueprint for Croatia’s economic recovery in specialist trade magazine

Having ushered in a new government, marked a quarter of a century of independence, and posted the first positive economic growth after six years of recession, Croatia’s fortunes seem at last on the mend. Writing in specialist magazine, Trade and Forfaiting Review (TFR), Nicolas Adamovich – Commerzbank’s senior representative in the bank’s Zagreb office, and …

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New era, new challenges: Commerzbank looks to Croatia’s future in regional publication

This year marks 25 years of an independent Croatia. It also marks a possible turning point in its political future, as a new coalition government, headed by a technocrat prime minister, takes the reigns. Yet Croatia’s economic footing is not so secure. Six years of recession hit the country hard, and GDP growth was only …

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