The Banker's editorial team report from Sibos 2014, where they talked to a range of experts about topics as diverse as regulation, competition and the evolution of new technologies.
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Jane Cooper, The Banker’s technology and transaction banking editor, talks to Helen Mason, head of bank partnerships, and Nick Blake, head of sales, at RBS’s global transaction services division, and asks them what they are expecting from their first visit to Sibos as part of the new RBS team.
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