Renewed interest in commercial card programmes has led to a flurry of innovation in the space, ultimately giving corporates more flexibility.
Latest articles from Global Transaction Banking
Adoption of real-time payments is accelerating rapidly, driven by regulatory pressures and the threat of non-bank competition. Joy Macknight looks at the different paths taken in the quest to future-proof domestic payments infrastructures.
The past year has seen Asia-Pacific banks attracting top transaction banking talent away from global institutions. What is triggering a reverse migration from global to regional? Joy Macknight investigates.
As China steps up its currency liberalisation programme, corporates are having an easier time managing their cash across Asia as a whole. But staying abreast of the changing regulatory regimes in different jurisdictions continues to be a challenge.
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?
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.
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.
Top Islamic Financial Institutions 2015
Global Risk Regulator
Most popular content