Tech-savvy generation of business leaders to shape payments landscape in 2020, says BNY Mellon

A new whitepaper by BNY Mellon has revealed that the next generation of tech-savvy entrepreneurs and business leaders will transform the global payments market. With an influx of non-bank payment providers entering the payments space to facilitate these technologically innovative needs, one of the strategies banks can adopt is exploring more non-traditional alliances – within financial services and beyond – according to the report.

Following Moorgate’s outreach, widespread coverage of the release of the whitepaper, Global Payments 2020: Transformation and Convergence, has been received, including publication in the following: TFR, Treasury Today, FX-MM, TMI, FTSE Global Markets, Bobsguide and Finextra.

Commerzbank: How improving the efficiency of FSCM can be a “win-win”

Increasing globalisation means corporate competition is intensifying and, as such, companies must explore new financing techniques if they want to stay ahead. In TXF’s SIBOS 2014 special report, Frank Oliver-Wolf, Global Head of Cash Management and International Business at Commerzbank, explains how enlightened companies are adopting a holistic approach to Financial Supply Chain Management (FSCM) in order that customers and suppliers reap the rewards.

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Frank Oliver-Wolf

Frank Oliver-Wolf

Commerzbank publishes September issue of FI.News

Ahead of SIBOS 2014, Commerzbank has released its September issue of FI.News, its biannual newsletter rounding up all of the bank’s latest news and views. This issue covers some of the most relevant trade finance topics on the SIBOS agenda: the growth of South-South trade, the renminbi’s internationalisation and developments in Central Eastern Europe over the past 20 years, plus many more.

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Natixis’ Patrick Artus: why Europe’s economic divide is becoming ever more prominent

Patrick Artus, Natixis’ chief economist, writes for The Financial Times weekly Investment Advisor issue, exploring the two possible scenarios unfolding in the eurozone. The piece looks at why the region will continue to experience a split between those in the North, who are enjoying decent growth, and those in the South, who are experiencing more sluggish progress.

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BNY Mellon launches global payments whitepaper

In conjunction with Moorgate and Opus Advisory Services International Inc., BNY Mellon has produced a report examining global payments and the factors influencing the payments space. The report, Global Payments 2020: Transformation and Convergence, says the next generation of tech-savvy business leaders is transforming the global payments market. Other main drivers of change include shifting demographics, the ascent of China, and regulatory regimes which are reflecting the increasingly dominant role of central banks in the management of the global economy. The report also discusses strategies that banks could adopt to harness these trends, including exploring more non-traditional alliances and partnership models – both within financial services and beyond.

To read the full whitepaper, please click here

Commerzbank: Why standardising the Trade Finance industry will be vital to some banks’ survival

Ruediger Geis, Head of Product Management, Trade Services and Issues at Commerzbank, this month writes for Trade and Forfaiting Review on industry-wide efforts that are currently underway to standardise the trade finance industry in the face of new challenges from stricter regulation.

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Pension Information Security: Technology is Changing the Game and Plans Must React

Matthew Seymour, Managing Director at RiskFirst, writes for leading pensions publication, Plansponsor, on how a rapidly growing contingent of pension consultants and larger plan sponsors are abandoning spreadsheet – and paper – based reporting in favour of web-based analytics systems.

Yet, use of these systems may also drive increased security risks, therefore, Matthew explains what pensions professionals can do to make sure they are protected.

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