02 October 2014

SEPA and European Payments

Archive for: October, 2008
a non-active Finextra member

PSD Breeds European Fragmentation

21 October 2008  |  3910 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

SEPA credit transfers went live at the beginning of this year and to date can hardly be called a resounding success. What is presented in the media and the party political line spouted by various pundits masks the truth, that there are fundamental problems with SEPA. The problems have a direct line to the drafting of the Payments Services Direc...

TagsCardsPayments
a non-active Finextra member

EMXCo An STP Story

17 October 2008  |  5419 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

As news from the markets veer from bad to worse and each day brings more doom and gloom its worth noting one of the big success story's of the last few years. EMXCo were set up in the 20th century to bring some efficiency into investment funds and other collective products that were still operating like it was the 19th century. The basic origina...

TagsPost-trade & opsRetail banking
More blog posts
a non-active Finextra member

We are all bankers now

14 October 2008  |  3212 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

The part nationalisation of UK banks looks like it will become a global phenomenon with the US already moving towards this solution and the EU following suit if weekend reports are accurate. Is this a...

TagsPaymentsRetail banking
a non-active Finextra member

Financial Crisis drives bullyboy tactics

09 October 2008  |  3225 views  |  1  |  Recommends 0

Now I know this might be a small issue in the whole scheme of the global financial meltdown but HSBC seems to be plummeting to new depths of desperation. Only this week, I learnt how HSBC has bee

TagsPaymentsRetail banking
a non-active Finextra member

Will we see the return of trade barriers?

08 October 2008  |  2850 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

In 1929 one of the biggest factors was the introduction of nationalistic trade barriers. These were protective measures to ensure domestic businesses were supported over and above those of the global ...

TagsCardsWholesale banking
a non-active Finextra member

New Risks for Banks

07 October 2008  |  3750 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

For years the market has prided itself on its ability to measure and manage a number of risks that are inherent within financial markets. Counterparty Risks, Operational Risks and those risks based on...

TagsOnline bankingRisk & regulation
a non-active Finextra member

Primary market under threat

06 October 2008  |  2607 views  |  0  |  Recommends 1

Corporate finance remains aloof from many of the operational assessments that are focused on systems and procedures in the secondary market. Many people working in corporate finance also have an aloof...

TagsDealing roomsTrade execution
Previous 1 Next
 
1,340
Active bloggers
25,617
Members
8,083
Posts
11,190
Comments

Top bloggers: 30 days

Most viewed Engaging

There are no top bloggers for the last 30 days.

Who is commenting on SEPA and European Payments posts

Gary Wright
John Dring
Mary Freeman
Jan-Olof Brunila
Martin Macmillan
Simon  Lang
Dean Procter
David Birch
Steve Liles
Colin Henderson
Paul Penrose
Bob Ford

SEPA and European Payments blog archive

2009 (4)2008 (32)2007 (9)