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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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Bobsguide and GTNews’ annual Treasury Management Systems Guide features interview with Deutsche Bank’s Lisa Rossi

The 2016/2017 Treasury Management Systems Guide, a joint production by Bobsguide and GTNews, has been published. This year’s guide features a full interview with Lisa Rossi, Global Head of Liquidity and Investment Products for Global Transaction Banking, Deutsche Bank, discussing corporate strategies for managing liquidity in the new regulatory environment. Rossi explains that “There has been a change in how …

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City AM speaks to Natixis’ Abhishek Deshpande on potential OPEC and Russia deal

OPEC’s dominance as the world’s foremost oil producer has been gradually eroded by technology advances in expensive shale oil drilling over the last two decades, from 60% to around 30% – mostly from the US and Russia. In light of this, a deal between Russia and OPEC to reduce output has been suggested. However, Abhishek Deshpande, lead oil …

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CMSpi: “Cost of cash for retailers will increase by 50% in the next three-to-five years”

CMSpi’s Polymer Planning Summit, which brought together many of the UK’s biggest retailers (including Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Marks and Spencer, John Lewis, Virgin Trains, Specsavers, Subway and Travelodge), highlighted that the new living wage, rising interest rates and the transition to polymer banknotes will all force up the cost of cash. “Retailers are being hit with …

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In Natixis’ latest FX-MM blog, Nordine Naam examines why ‘the market is in wait-and-see mode over Greece’

Despite Janet Yellen appearing cautious around disclosing any information regarding the timing of interest rate hikes given global risks – one being an eventual “Grexit”, while another a stronger dollar penalising US exports –  Nordine Naam remains confident in this week’s FX-MM blog that the Fed will raise the Funds rate in September. Providing a …

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