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Peter RobertsUCL - London

What to do in Boston!

20 September 2007  |  5363 views  |  4 comments | recommendations Recommends 1

Sibos is a few days away, so if you know any good places in Boston that you are willing to share with the wider community - let us know. You can either comment on this blog or create a new blog post yourself. We'll make sure the best posts are highlighted across SibosOnline. Not a member yet? Register now!

Paul PenroseFinextra - London

Could IP disputes derail Sepa?

18 September 2007  |  3745 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 2

An interesting working paper from the Federal Reserve Board of Philadelphia which suggests that disputes over Intellectual Property rights pose a risk to the development of the Single Euro Payments Area (Sepa) and subsequent innovations in banking and retail payment media in Europe. The authors argue that the lack of a proper intellectual prop...

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Paul PenroseFinextra - London

Financial Objects joins Sibos PR binge

06 September 2007  |  4067 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 3

Shares in core banking vendor Financial Objects slipped four per cent after the company reported a 21% decline in revenues from its banking division. The group has appointed a new head of banking in a...

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Date 22 Jan 2007
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The Finextra@Sibos community is open to all delegates and exhibitors at the annual financial markets conference organised by financial messaging network Swift.
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