Senior executives from the transaction banking industry discuss the latest industry trends, the state of regulation and the hunt for the next generation of transaction bankers.
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The winners in the transaction banking categories of The Banker's Innovation in Technology and Transaction Banking Awards for 2013.
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Ahead of Sibos 2013, chief executive of the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (Swift) Gottfried Leibbrandt talks exclusively to The Banker about the challenges and opportunities in a global market that is continually evolving with new regulations, technologies and infrastructures.
The Banker's Middle East editor, Melissa Hancock, reflects on how Dubai, the host of Sibos 2013, has emerged to become the Middle East and north African hub for transaction banking.
A new generation of transaction banking client is evolving in Asia, as an increasing number of the region's multinationals target global growth and search for the right banking services to aid them.
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