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BNY Mellon-hosted roundtable write-up on distributed ledger technology features in Financial IT

Distributed ledger technology and blockchain have dominated recent industry headlines, generating powerful discussion and fuelling innovation across the financial sector. BNY Mellon gathered together a group of experts in Manchester to discuss the practicalities of delivering distributed ledger solutions, the progress being made, and how the emergence of fintech start-ups has triggered not only unprecedented …

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Satago describes how on-demand business finance is supporting SMEs in Global Banking & Finance Review

The increasing convenience of modern living is driving expectations for 24-hour, instant access across many aspects of their personal and business lives. Yet, the financial services industry has had difficulties keeping up with demand from companies, including SMEs, which are looking for more efficient solutions. Writing for Global Banking & Finance Review, Satago’s CEO, Steven …

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Specialist press covers Satago’s £4.6m investment deal to finance SMEs

SME cash-flow solution provider, Satago, has secured £4.6 million in funding from ESF Capital, the institutional marketplace lending accelerator. Comprising an initial £3 million credit line from ESF and an equity investment of £1.6 million, with further potential for additional equity and debt funding, the deal signals the launch of Satago’s unique financing solution, which …

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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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