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On-demand webcast: What's in store for Global Transaction Banking in 2014?

20 November 2013  |  16801 views  |  0 Source: Finextra Future Finance Banner (border)





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An on-demand Finextra Webcast, with Citi, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank, RBS and Oracle.

Global transaction banking has gone through a tremendous amount of change over the past few years. What was once an underappreciated section of the bank, global transaction banking is now considered one of the few stable, profit-making business in the banking fraternity. In addition to a rise in status, organisational and regulatory upheaval have dominated business and IT strategy for many organisation.

2014 may be the year global transaction banks look beyond their core offerings and enter global partnerships, expand services and devote IT budgets to creating completive advantage instead of just complying with regulations.

As part of the Future Finance blog group, Finextra and Oracle gathered together a group of industry thought leaders to discuss just these issues.  Our panel is as follows:

  • Susan Skerritt, Regional Head Americas for its Global Transaction Banking division, Deutsche Bank
  • Sameer Sehgal, EMEA Trade Head, Citi
  • Paul Taylor, head of GTS Sales, EMEA, Bank of America ML
  • Etienne Bernard, Head of Transaction Services, EMEA, International Banking, RBS
  • Senthil Kumar, Vice President, Oracle Financial Services Global Business Unit

Our panel discuss:

  • Many banks have unified channels across trade, cash and treasury functions – can this be considered a ‘job done’ for many bank in 2014?
  • Which region will see the most growth in 2014?
  • We hear a lot about mobile services in the retail space – with whispers and hope for mobile in the corporate space – Will 2014 be the year for mobile corporate banking services?
  • Will payment continue to be seen as utility – is there any hope for value in payments in 2014
  • Can a GTB bank survive just servicing domestic or even just regional (ex EMEA) clients?
  • What are the big predictions for 2014?

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