Tag Archive: international trade

BNY Mellon discusses enhancing trade links between Mexico and Turkey in TXF

Mexico and Turkey are two countries with a number of similarities. Both have economies with great potential, are blessed with strong geo-strategic positions – Turkey as the gateway to Europe and the Middle East, and Mexico as the bridge between North and Latin America – and have seen a substantial rise in their share of …

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ICC’s appointment of BNY Mellon’s Dominic Broom to Banking Commission committee covered by specialist press

BNY Mellon’s Global Head of Trade Business Development for Treasury Services at BNY Mellon has been appointed to the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission’s executive committee. Dominic Broom’s appointment is part of a series of nominations by the Banking Commission to further strengthen its regulatory advocacy and rules of arbitration. He joins the …

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BNY Mellon’s Dominic Broom features in TFR’s roundtable discussion on how to reduce the trade finance gap

Due to increased compliance checks as part of heightened banking regulations, many banks are shying away from markets that might be regarded as “too expensive”. This has exacerbated an already large trade finance gap, which recent Asian Development Bank (ADB) figures quantify at US$1.6 trillion. In a TFR roundtable discussion which examines factors influencing the …

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Beyond copper: Commerzbank’s Robert von Oldershausen outlines the next steps for the Chilean economy in International Trade Magazine

2016 marked the latest year in a long period of unusual stagnation for the otherwise resilient Chilean economy. In a feature for International Trade Magazine, Robert von Oldershausen, Senior Relationship Manager for FI Latin America at Commerzbank, explains what has held back growth, and suggests the steps the country might take to economic resurgence. In the …

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Crown Agents Bank’s trade finance appointments covered in the specialist press

Crown Agents Bank has added two new Vice Presidents to its trade finance department. Kenton Hartwell brings 25 years of trade finance experience to Crown Agents Bank, and will focus on originating trade finance from exporters/beneficiaries and from the secondary market. He most recently held senior positions in the structured trade & commodity finance department …

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Deutsche Bank publishes new guide to EU Payment Services Directive 2

Banks and payment providers will need to adapt their systems and processes to comply with the requirements of the new EU Directive on Payment Services (PSD2), according to a new guide published by Deutsche Bank, in collaboration with PPI AG, that explains the directive’s most important provisions, as well as its impact on the operations …

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Deutsche Bank’s Andrew Reid in The Paypers: B2B payment innovation is possible only through collaboration

Andrew Reid explains in The Paypers that collaboration is needed for banks to achieve the same level of transformation and convenience in the B2B space that they have already delivered in the retail banking space. In an interview previously published in the B2B Fintech: Payments, Supply Chain Finance & E-invoicing Guide 2016, Reid says that …

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What’s happened to FDI in Sub-Saharan Africa? Commerzbank’s Christian Toben explains in Banker Africa magazine

In an op-ed for Banker Africa magazine, Christian Toben, regional head of Africa at Commerzbank, sets out the challenges facing foreign direct investment (FDI) flows to the continent, and looks for ways to bring them back up to scratch. FDI has been vital to the growth of Sub-Saharan Africa’s economies. Inflows were promising over the last …

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BNY Mellon’s Cihat Takunyaci and Margaret Guevara explore the opportunities that could be leveraged through a strong Turkey-Mexico trading relationship

Trade between Turkey and Mexico is gathering momentum, increasing 15 fold between 1999 and 2015. Writing, in Cash and Trade, Cihat Takunyaci, BNY Mellon’s Country Manager for Turkey, and Margaret Guevara, BNY Mellon’s Head of Sales and Relationship Management, suggest the full potential of Turkey-Mexico trading opportunities is yet to be realised. Trading potential in industries …

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BNY Mellon features in Euromoney article on the changing face of transaction banking and the surge in banking alliances

Correspondent banking is a crucial facilitator for international trade, yet due to a number of factors – including compliance demands, many banks are being forced to withdraw from some of their correspondent banking relationships. In Euromoney, BNY Mellon’s Dominic Broom (Head of Treasury Services EMEA) explains how correspondent banking has moved towards selective specialism, with non-compete local-global bank alliances …

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