Tag Archive: payments

BNY Mellon in FX-MM: We are on the threshold of a payments reformation

Fintech companies are gaining in number and strength (at least 4000 fintech start-ups are currently active and more than a dozen of these are valued at over US$1 billion), and are approaching the world of transactions with new ideas, a new perspective and unparalleled technology proficiency. This combination is a powerful force, and fintechs have …

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In Banking Technology, BNY Mellon’s Fred DiCocco discusses how banks are adapting to global investment in fintech

Fintech is triggering a shift in the payments space, writes Fred DiCocco, Head of Marketing Management at BNY Mellon Treasury Services, in Banking Technology. As new market players – fintechs – quickly build up their business operations, DiCocco argues that their entrance into the payments market should be perceived in a positive light, since it …

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BNY Mellon’s Leda Glyptis examines the rise of fintech activity in the payments space in Fstech

In a recent article for FStech, BNY Mellon’s Head of EMEA Innovation Centre, Leda Glyptis, discusses how the alignment of banks with fintech firms is transforming the world of payments. Glyptis says the introduction of new entrants in the digital payments space is kick-starting a “whole new way of thinking throughout the finance industry”, and …

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BNY Mellon’s Dominic Broom on the rise of fintech in EMEA Finance’s Sibos edition

This month’s EMEA Finance features BNY Mellon’s Head of Treasury Services, Dominic Broom, examining how new financial technology – “fintech” – is making its mark on the payments industry. The world has “awakened to the potential of fintech”, with global investment on the increase. Broom discusses the positive impact that initiatives such as SEPA and …

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“Fintech-fuelled change offers unprecedented opportunities for banks”: BNY Mellon launches new fintech report

BNY Mellon’s paper, “Innovation in Payments: the Future is Fintech” examines the growing influence of fintech in transaction banking. It assesses the direct and indirect impact of the new technology on payments and the way in which it is moulding client behaviour and fuelling expectations for better, faster and more innovative solutions across the payments …

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In Global Banking & Finance Review, Andrew Reid, Deutsche Bank, looks at the SEPA-zone one year on

In Global Banking and Finance Review, Andrew Reid looks at all the possible ways that treasurers can begin to offset the cost of compliance by leveraging SEPA’s benefits to maximise efficiency and operational cost savings for a more robust treasury set-up. Reid writes that ‘The SEPA mindset brought with it a renewed focus on treasury …

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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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