The Banker September 2016

The Banker's September issue features coverage ahead of Sibos, including the cybersecurity challenges posed by the $81m heist at Bangladesh's central bank earlier this year when the instructions were sent via the swift network. We study the challenges facing cross-border e-payments in Latin America and ask why fintech firms are surprisingly conservative when it comes to promoting women.

In the cover story interview, Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive Ross McEwan talks about cost-cutting, rebranding and why Brexit is likely to delay further share sales. We also rank the top 250 EU banks and present the winners of our Transaction Banking. We report on how new gas reserves will contribute to Mozambique's economic development and explore the tough conditions facing Russia's smaller banks.  

HIGHLIGHTS

SIBOS CONTENT 

RANKING 

AWARDS

INTERVIEWS & PROFILES

Top 1000 World Banks

 

September Issue - Available Now

Monthly preview: Protecting the bank against cyber threats

 
The Banker's James King and Joy Macknight discuss why bank CEOs are being kept awake at night by cyber security concerns, making it one of the 'hot topics' at Sibos, Swift's user conference, in Geneva Sept 26-29.

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