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Julian Oldale

Dealing with changing customer needs in the GTS space

Julian Oldale, head of global transaction services origination, North America, RBS explains how the needs of US corporate clients are changing.

Alex Manson

Standard Chartered's Alex Manson reflects on change

In a career that has spanned multiple decades and banks, Standard Chartered's Alex Manson, group head of transaction banking, has witnessed many industry trends. He discusses the latest developments in the industry today. 

Frank Abagnale

Catching them while he can: what Frank Abagnale did next

Frank Abagnale's story of cheque forger-turned-good guy is well documented in print and on film. His career has seen him work in partnership with 41st Parameter CEO and founder Ori Eisen. They tell Jane Cooper about their work to stay one step ahead of the cyber criminals.

What does 2015 hold in store for transaction banking

Views diverge on outlook for transaction banking in 2015

Target2-Securities, a still-sluggish economy in Europe, technological challenges, the rise of Bitcoin, an increase in project volumes and trade finance, developments in Asean, what next for the renminbi? No one is really sure what the big topic for transaction banking will be in 2015 will be, as Jane Cooper discovers.

Satvinder Singh

Deutsche Bank's Satvinder Singh on crisis management

Deutsche Bank's Satvinder Singh explains how the financial crisis shaped his management ethics and how Deutsche is looking beyond the financial downturn with its ambitious strategy 2015+ plan.

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The US's slow journey to faster payments

US consumers may be calling for real-time payments, but progress has been slow, with the industry’s payments evolution only at ‘the end of the beginning’, according to the American Banking Association. 

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HSBC's Diane Reyes takes on mobile technology

HSBC’s Diane Reyes on the introduction of mobile technology in the payments division, the importance of building consensus within a team and the value of women’s career development. 

Wells Fargo hones customer experience with technology

Wells Fargo hones customer experience with technology

With its own digital labs and an accelerator programme for financial technology start-ups, Wells Fargo is one bank that can boast it is keeping pace with technology trendsetters such as Google and Apple. Jane Cooper looks at how the bank is integrating new technologies to provide a seamless customer service experience.

Latam trade finance

Latam's trade finance path

Trade finance is emerging as a key part of the Latin American banking business model and is bound to be a hot topic on the agenda at this year's Felaban annual meeting being held in Colombia in November. Ahead of this, The Banker speaks to experts about the challenges and opportunities that this growing business line is creating in the Latin American market.

FX prime brokerage reinvents itself

With the larger foreign exchange prime brokerage houses restructuring and new entrants offering new types of services, Frances Faulds asks whether regulatory changes have contributed to the demise of the industry or simply to its reinvention.

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