Tag Archive: payments

iGTB’s Jan Gonnissen in FX-MM on Faster Payments

In September’s issue of FX-MM, Jan Gonnissen, Senior Payments Consultant, iGTB, discusses how technology has accelerated payments and how these ‘faster payments’ will benefit both corporations and banks. Gonnissen explains that, when it comes to Faster Payments, customer expectations have been racing ahead, while the revenue-based business case for banks has never won out. But …

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BNY Mellon discusses the importance of adding value through data analytics in Global Banking & Finance Review

The surge of non-bank competitors into the payments space, while somewhat of a disruption to banks’ continued supremacy in the payments business, is also creating opportunity; encouraging banks to explore new strategies and view payments and data in a whole new way. In Global Banking & Finance Review’s print edition, BNY Mellon Treasury Services’s Daniel …

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Commerzbank explains how treasurers can gain from RMB internationalisation in AFP’s newsletter

The recent turbulence in China’s markets, coupled with RMB’s devaluation, has caused much consternation among investors and companies alike. However, writing for AFP Online’s Global Treasury and Finance Insights newsletter, Michael Rugilo, Asia Expert, and Barbara Herbert, Renminbi Specialist, at Commerzbank, reveal how treasurers can cope with a volatile currency – arguing that with the correct treasury setups, embracing …

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iGTB’s Upps Srinivasan talks tech dilemmas in Euromoney

Upps Srinivasan, COO of iGTB, features in this year’s edition of Euromoney’s annual transaction banking report, discussing the difficult choice banks face with regards to allocating investment into technology. “Banks have limited resources to spend on innovation so there needs to be a clear business case”, explains Upps. Indeed, technology investment must today be evaluated …

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Deutsche Bank’s Andy Reid takes stock on SEPA’s first anniversary in FX-MM

This August will mark one year since the compliance deadline for SEPA. In this month’s FX-MM, Andrew Reid, Head of Cash Management Corporates for EMEA, Deutsche Bank, looks back at what this meant for the eurozone, and how corporates both within and outside the SEPA-zone are now looking to capitalise on post-compliance advantages. To read the full …

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BNY Mellon published in the Journal of Payments Strategy & Systems

The global payments landscape is changing faster than ever before thanks to the combined impact of fast-changing technology, the ever-growing presence of non-banks, evolving client expectations, increasing regulation and shifting global demographics. In a special paper for the latest volume of the Journal of Payments Strategy & Systems, BNY Mellon’s Dominic Broom – Head of …

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“Riding the digital wave in cash management” – Commerzbank in TMI

The payments and cash management market is in transition, writes Klaus Josef Müller, Head of Product Management Cash Services at Commerzbank, in TMI this month. Online and mobile banking trends, as well as the ongoing digitalisation of society, are changing treasurers’ expectations. Yet banks have traditionally been slow to innovate and stay ahead of the …

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BNY Mellon’s Dominic Broom examines bank-fintech partnerships in FX-MM

Faced with an ever-growing number of nimble non-bank providers vying to enter the payments market, banks must reassess their strategies to ensure they remain at the forefront of the payments business and are positioned to deliver solutions aligned with the unfolding payments space. Dominic Broom, Head of Treasury Services EMEA at BNY Mellon provides the …

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iGTB discusses corporate demand for mobile banking in TFR magazine

Anchal Tiwari, head of product management for trade finance, supply chain finance and receivables at iGTB, is featured in TFR magazine’s latest “Technology Update” column, discussing the influence of new technology on the trade finance landscape, and corporate appetite for technology-enabled solutions. Tiwari claims corporates show greater awareness around the possibilities of corporate banking on …

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Corporates in emerging markets need expert guidance from their banks, says UniCredit

Writing for Global Banking and Finance Review, Head of GTB in CEE for UniCredit, Paolo Spada, says that many corporates are now recognising that they need to position themselves strategically within CEE in order to fully enjoy the fruits of long-awaited recovery. But previous speculation – regarding the probability of convergence between the business landscapes …

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