Building new models: global transaction banking

Building new models: global transaction banking

Dubai climbs GTS ladder

Dubai climbs GTS ladder

September 2, 2013

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.

Market infrastructures seek harmonisation through reinvention

September 2, 2013

A single platform for securities settlement in Europe and the continued growth of e-commerce will soon out-date the market infrastructures as they exist. Frances Faulds looks at how market infrastructures are reinventing themselves and redesigning their services to remain relevant. 

Shifts shake the transaction banking landscape

September 2, 2013

The annual Sibos conference provides an ideal opportunity for transaction banking leaders to take stock of an industry that has over the past year seen notable geographic shifts, a greater focus on the client, and a reinvention of market infrastructures.

Client centricity moves up the agenda

September 2, 2013

When it comes to transaction banking, the client has not always come first. However, this is changing, as banks start to consider their businesses from a client perspective. Jane Cooper examines how this growing awareness is translating into practice.

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