Tag Archive: regulation

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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Tradeweb guides the market through the summer of EMIR

This summer will bring a number of important deadlines with respect to clearing obligations for the European buy-side community. In fact, we are now within ten days of the front-loading window for “category 2 entities” under EMIR. In a new white paper published by Tradeweb, Managing Director Simon Maisey guides readers through important deadlines and …

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BNY Mellon talks intraday liquidity in two FX-MM articles

New liquidity risk regulations are driving huge change across the market, with rigorous specifications impacting intraday liquidity availability, reporting and collateral requirements. In an Expert View article for FX-MM, Colin Robertson, Managing Director, Treasury Services EMEA, BNY Mellon, examines the evolving liquidity space and how banks are adapting in order to comply with the heightened …

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ICC’s Daniel Schmand discusses the impact of post-crisis regulation on African SMEs in Global Banking and Finance Review

In a recent article for Global Banking & Finance Review, Daniel Schmand, Chair of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission, provides an insight into how the global financial crisis has negatively impacted small and emerging market companies, particularly those in less secure regions such as Africa. He explains that post-crisis regulation, and the …

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ICC’s Henri D’Ambrières discusses the importance of reliable data on low risk trade finance in TXF

In a recent article for TXF, Henri D’Ambrières, Senior Technical Adviser on the ICC’s Trade Register, explains how the recent Trade Register findings provide the most comprehensive and conclusive evidence of low-risk trade finance to date. He explains that the data – which presents a particularly positive image of the trade finance industry – is …

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BNY Mellon and TXF host trade finance focused roundtable in Abu Dhabi

The financial landscape is undergoing a significant period of change, with banks facing heightened levels of regulation, the evolution of new technology capabilities introduced by fintechs, and ever-increasing client expectations. Furthermore, as a region heavily dependent on oil, the Middle East must also navigate low oil prices and subsequent budget deficits. Certainly, these are challenging …

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BNY Mellon talks blockchain technology in FX-MM

Activity in the fintech arena is hotting up, with a flurry of bank-fintech partnerships driving the exploration of the blockchain’s potential to streamline the payments process. In an Expert View article for FX-MM, Dhiru Tanna, Sales Officer, Treasury Services EMEA, BNY Mellon, discusses how the blockchain could transform the transaction space, and how 2016 could …

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Deutsche Bank’s Boon-Hiong Chan talks treasury in Asia

Having spoken about the importance of location at the 2015 ACTS Treasury Forum in Singapore, Boon-Hiong Chan, Director, Head of Market Advocacy, Asia Pacific, Deutsche Bank, expands on recent developments in various Asian treasury environments and their attractions as local treasury centre bases. From supply chain- and trade-related factors to regulatory, legal and tax variances, corporates must carefully …

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ICC release 2015 Trade Register, revealing low risk in trade finance

This year’s International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission’s Trade Register illustrates the favourable risk profile of trade finance. The ICC Trade Register – now in its fifth year – includes 13 million transactions from 2007-2014, and encompasses a total exposure of over US $7.6 trillion. The significant increase in data size for this year’s …

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