In The Banker Masterclass video series, we explore the ways in which the correspondent banking business is adapting to these new market realities, and the efforts that are underway to drive efficiencies in cross-border payments.

    Change is sweeping across the global cross-border payment landscape as new technologies, changing regulatory and sanctions frameworks and evolving customer demands push the business of correspondent banking to the next phase of its development.

    The Banker Masterclass series is sponsored by Deutsche Bank but independently edited.

    In discussion:

    Global transaction banking standards: Marc Recker and Saskia Devolder talk to James King about the implications of ISO 20022 migration for the global payments industry. 

    Enhancing cross-border payments: Saskia Devolder and Marc Recker talk about some of the work underway to improve the efficiency of cross-border payments, including the development of SWIFT's Transaction Manager. 

    Correspondent banking’s new horizons: Saskia Devolder and Marc Recker talk about the key trends, from changing technology to new regulations, that are shaping the future of the correspondent banking business.

    In conversation with:

    • James King, Europe editor, The Banker
    • Marc Recker, global head of product, institutional cash management, Deutsche Bank
    • Saskia Devolder, managing director, head of western and central Europe, SWIFT

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