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Blockchain manoeuvres

Blockchain manoeuvres: applying Bitcoin's technology to banking

Bitcoin’s blockchain is being hailed as revolutionary. But will the likes of UBS, ING and Nasdaq, who are exploring the potential of the technology, be able to overcome the challenges that remain, not least security and regulatory issues? 

Dominic Broom, BNY Mellon

What is the future of the payments market?

Dominic Broom, BNY Mellon's head of treasury services for Europe, Middle East and Africa, discusses the findings of the bank's recent report looking at the world of payments in 2020.

Sibos 2014

A preview of Sibos 2014

Ahead of the annual Sibos meeting, which will be held this year in Boston, The Banker's editor, Brian Caplen, and technology and transaction banking editor, Jane Cooper, discuss the topics they expect to be on the agenda

Transaction banking: finding the right balance

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.

Cindy Murray

Following the acquisition chain

Cindy Murray, head of global treasury product platforms and e-channels at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, gives a unique insight into the people exchange that takes place every time a bank acquires a new business.

Banks restructure to make room for GTS

Banks are recognising the importance of transaction banking to global operations, pushing it up the hierarchy of their organisational structures and reaping the rewards of a more holistic client experience. 

Innovation in Technology and Transaction Banking Awards 2013 - Transaction banking winners

The winners in the transaction banking categories of The Banker's Innovation in Technology and Transaction Banking Awards for 2013.

Dubai climbs GTS ladder

Dubai climbs GTS ladder

As Dubai has grown, so has its role in the global transaction services industry, with the emirate now serving as the nerve centre of all trade taking place across the Middle East and north Africa. And as Dubai sets out its stall to become the next renminbi hub, this role only looks set to grow.

Gottfried Leibbrandt TEASER

Changing times: how Swift's CEO is adapting to an evolving market

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.

Piece of the pie: Sibos 2013 Dubai preview

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.

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