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Transaction banking braced for a year of further consolidation

February 1, 2012

Faced with a mass of regulatory reform and the ill-effects of the sovereign debt crisis, transaction banking is set for more change. And despite the emergence of new competitors, the competitive landscape is contracting thanks to global consolidation. The Banker speaks to some of the world's leading transaction bankers about their strategies for the coming year and beyond.

Philippe Chambadal

Intraday cash management: why banks must get to grips with their money

June 30, 2011

SmartStream's CEO Philippe Chambadal and senior product manager Phil Cantor discuss the importance of intraday cash management in helping financial institutions save money, stay competitive and avoid regulatory pressure. 

Paul Camp, managing director and global head of cash management, financial institutions, Deutsche Bank Global Transaction Banking

Cash management: taking stock and looking forward

June 30, 2011

Paul Camp, global head of Cash Management Financial Institutions at Deutsche Bank, looks at the current industry landscape and how the business will develop over the coming years.

Joe Cassidy

Dodd-Frank one year on

June 30, 2011

Joe Cassidy, Deutsche Bank’s global head of prime rates brokerage and clearing, considers how the over-the-counter derivative landscape is evolving and what market participants can do to prepare for the changes.

IT demands on business banking

Co-operation key to survival in new era of cash management

June 30, 2011

An increasingly competitive transaction banking landscape, has led to worries from some cash management providers about the feasibility of continuing to provide the same scope of coverage they once did.

New players threaten to squeeze banks' supply chain finance offering

June 1, 2011

Banks are increasingly focusing on the growth potential of supply chain finance, but a new breed of non-bank provider is beginning to gain ground.

Regulation remains the biggest concern of cash management specialists

January 31, 2011

Regulation will remain at the forefront of transaction bankers' minds in the coming year, while the SEPA harmonisation in Europe will bring additional challenges. However, there is plenty of optimism about, particularly in emerging markets, a survey of senior professionals finds.

Paul Camp, managing director and global head of cash management, financial institutions, Deutsche Bank Global Transaction Banking

Q&A: Deutsche Bank on the future of cash management

January 6, 2011

Paul Camp, managing director and global head of cash management, financial institutions at Deutsche Bank Global Transaction Banking, discusses how the cash management industry is coping in the aftermath of the global financial crisis, and the trends he expects to see develop in the future. Writer John Beck


Shock absorbers

September 29, 2010

Stress testing, liquidity management and faster reporting of financial information have been hot topics in banking in recent years, but now corporates - worried about the vulnerability to potential shocks - are also becoming increasingly concerned with these issues. Writer Nik Pratt

Facing up to realities of tougher climate

September 29, 2010

Banks operating in global transaction services (GTS) are challenged by rising costs, shrinking margins and encroaching regulation. Emerging markets, and in particular Asia, are becoming increasingly important to the sector. The Banker asked leading GTS figures about their strategies for maintaining profitability and enhancing competitiveness. Edited by Anindita Ghosh

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