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The Foreign Exchange Working Group agree on new standards that will impact the US$5trn foreign exchange market.
Last week, we reported how speakers at the recent ACT conference in Manchester looked at how the world has changed economically and politically. This week we explore the impact of technology on treasury and why a diverse workforce is a must.
A new solution aims to ensure treasurers are able to better calculate the cost of their derivatives deals.
Dutch royal moonlights as an airline pilot.
25th May 2017 – Ebury, one of the fastest growing fintechs for corporate cross-border payments and growth lending, today announced investment from NIBC bank. The new partnership will open up cross-border trading opportunities for NIBC customers. Ebury will provide NIBC bank customers with an innovative platform for payments, risk management and funding.
26th May 2017 – Peninsula Petroleum (PPG), a leading integrated global bunker supplier, has signed a new $200m Receivables Finance Facility with a syndicate of leading international trade finance banks. This replaces PPG’s previous ING-led facility. The Facility also contains an option to increase overall funding by a further $50m.
30th May 2017 – Deutsche Bank today announced the appointment of Tommaso Zanobini as Managing Director and Global Head of Financial Technology, a joint venture between Deutsche Bank’s FIG and TMT banking team.
29th May 2017 – Peter Mühlfelder, Head of Business Area Security at Leonhard Kurz, has been elected into the board of the International Currency Association (ICA). With two other newly appointed members, he will be part of the ICA’s seven-person executive committee for the next two years.
30th May 2017 – Citi has appointed Manish Kohli as the Global Head of the Payments and Receivables business. The Global Payments and Receivables business is a strategic business for Citi and a key differentiator from other institutions. In this role, he will report to Naveed Sultan, Global Head of Citi’s Treasury and Trade Solutions and will continue to be based in New York.
The Council of the European Union confirms the rules governing Europe’s US$1trn money market.