Tag: standardisation

BNY Mellon’s Michael Bellacosa discusses real-time payments in Payments (R)evolution

With customers increasingly expecting enhanced speed, efficiency and convenience when it comes to transactions, a growing number of countries around the globe are unveiling plans to implement domestic real-time payments systems. Michael Bellacosa, Head of Global Payments, Treasury Services, BNY Mellon, features in a special collaborative magazine by bobsguide and PaymentEye, discussing how banks are …

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TFR reports on ICC’s launch of new supply chain finance definitions at ICC Academy’s 2016 SCF Summit

Following the launch of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission’s set of Standard Definitions for Techniques of Supply Chain Finance, TFR reports on the ICC’s fourth Supply Chain Finance (SCF) Summit, hosted by the ICC Academy, and explains the significance of these new standards and definitions. According to the article, the Summit highlighted …

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Tradeweb’s Andrew Bernard discusses the state of derivatives regulation in Futures and Options World

In response to the global financial crisis of 2008, policymakers around the world have set about reforming derivatives regulations to make the financial system stronger and more resilient, writes Andrew Bernard, head of Asia at Tradeweb, in Futures and Options World. To this end, the G20 Pittsburgh Summit called for standardised OTC derivatives to be subject to …

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MENA can access SEPA's benefits too, explains Deutsche Bank's Jens Mikolajczak

Deutsche Bank’s Co-Head of Corporate Cash Management, EMEA, writes in Cash & Trade magazine about the relevance of the Single Euro Payments Area to non-euro corporates. Jens Mikolajczak discusses the ways in which SEPA can lower the hurdles for trade and extend efficiency benefits, particularly for multinationals. To read the full article, please click here.