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The treasurers bite back

March 3, 2010

The global economic downturn has left banks with tattered reputations and a financially scarred client base. They will have to work very hard in 2010 to convince corporate clients of their long-term sustainability and commitment. Writer Charlie Corbett


Top transaction bankers give their view on the year ahead

February 1, 2010

The Banker surveyed some of the leading lights in the world of global transaction services to get a sense of how 2010 is likely to pan out. The results suggest a difficult year for transaction bankers, with as many challenges as opportunities. Writer Charlie Corbett

Will the new PSD deliver?

February 1, 2010

The new Payments Services Directive is part of a wider plan to overhaul the European payments area, and provides money transfer operators the opportunity to increase their market share, but will it deliver? By Charlie Corbett.

Staying ahead of the game

December 30, 2009

As the financial storm of the past few years begins to calm, how are banks coping with the new competitive landscape and what do they need to do to stay ahead of their rivals? And more to the point, can they afford to invest in the innovation required to do so? The Banker spoke to Dan Marovitz, head of product management for global transaction banking at Deutsche Bank. Writer Charlie Corbett


Not a drop to drink

September 2, 2009

After years of easy finance, companies across the world have had to face up to some harsh realities since the onset of the financial crisis. As credit dried out at the end of last year, they were forced to diversify their financing options and squeeze liquidity from within. Writer Charlie Corbett

Guiding clients through difficult times: Cash Management

July 7, 2009

Paul Camp, global head of cash management financial institutions, global transaction banking, Deutsche Bank

Banks are under pressure to generate revenue, reduce costs and mitigate risks in the recession. At the same time, investment needs have never been higher. So which is the best way forward for banks attempting to meet client demands for cash management services?

Shifting sands: Cash Management

July 7, 2009

In these straitened times, effective cash management has rapidly become the priority for both banks and their customers, but this return to so-called back-to-basics banking is anything but basic. This guide charts the changing cash management landscape and how banks can navigate it in order to come out on top when the global economic downturn subsides. Writer Charlie Corbett

Cash management: Clients and the crisis

May 5, 2009

In the fourth of The Banker's Masterclass series, Deutsche Bank's head of cash management, financial institutions, for Germany, Austria and central Europe, Dean Sposito, and Deutsche Bank's head of cash management, financial institutions, for northern Europe, Matt Tuck, talk about how they are helping their clients to navigate the crisis and position themselves for a potential upturn. Writer Charlie Corbett

Dean Sposito, Head of cash management, financial institutions, for Germany, Austria, Central Europe, Deutsche Bank

Treasurers in the spotlight

February 2, 2009

With company insolvencies set to hit epidemic proportions in 2009, all eyes are on corporate treasurers to guide their businesses through the turmoil. Writer Charlie Corbett.

Calm amid the storm

February 2, 2009

Not every banker is staring into the abyss of 2009 with frozen horror; those involved in transaction services realise their skills are needed more than ever. The heads of transaction banking across some of the industry’s major players offer their predictions for 2009. Writer Charlie Corbett.

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