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To B or not to B, and if we B then how to B: Indian Banks!

To B or not to B, and if we B then how to B – this is the million dollar question we need to ask banks before they setup shop in India. Disclaimer: this article is purely my personal opinion a...

16 Dec 2013
Elizabeth Lumley

GTB in 2014 - The Big Predictions!

Many of you signed up to watch and take part in our live webcast looking at global transaction banking in 2014. We asked our esteemed panel to close off our discussion with their top predictions for ...

16 Dec 2013
Future Finance
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Predictive Analytics, a game changer for transaction banking

Transaction banking has made huge strides in recent years. The easy availability of new technologies has improved operating efficiencies and accuracy. Apart from this, the speed of transactions has al...

06 Dec 2013
Brett King

My Social Media brawl with HSBC

If any of you watch my Twitter feeds, Facebook or Google+ posts or those of the financial services crowd at large, it is highly likely that you will have seen a post I authored on Huffington Post...

02 Dec 2013
Innovation in Financial Services
Suresh Krishnan

Why it is good to have a sales driven organisation:-Removed

25 Nov 2013
Dan Barnes

Why banks shouldn't fear tax

Governments' aggressive approach to taxation is alternately punishing and rewarding financial services firms. The Swiss government is planning to abolish tax secrecy laws – what does that mean for Swi...

20 Nov 2013
Future Finance News Analysis
Dan Barnes

The Big Wind-up

Plans to wind down banks that are too big to fail have at last been agreed but will not take effect until 2018. Italy's recent revelation about derivatives losses proves that there are still plenty of...

20 Nov 2013
Future Finance News Analysis
Dan Barnes

Self-regulation leads to self-doubt

The European Commission (EC) is threatening to move setting of the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) to Paris, after the exposure of the current process as “the rate at which banks do not lend to ...

20 Nov 2013
Future Finance News Analysis
Dan Barnes

Party like it's 1929

Several US senators have introduced a bill bringing back elements of the Glass-Steagall Act “to reduce risks to the financial system by limiting banks’ ability to engage in certain risky activities an...

20 Nov 2013
Future Finance News Analysis
Dan Barnes

Criminals get physical

Financial Fraud Action (FFA) UK, the finance industry’s national anti-fraud group has observed an increase in successful criminal activity in the first half of 2013, with physical theft of cards using...

20 Nov 2013
Future Finance News Analysis
Dan Barnes

Boom or Bust?

When regulators define mathematics, the apparent certainty that the science brings is thrown to the wind. Big banks are currently selling off cash reserves, issuing stock and swapping the labels over ...

20 Nov 2013
Future Finance News Analysis
Dan Barnes

Back where we started

It’s Sept 2013, and we’re upon the anniversary of Lehman Brothers. Much editorial this week has been devoted to the perceived risk that still exists in the banking system. Haven’t regulators reformed ...

20 Nov 2013
Future Finance News Analysis