Any lingering uncertainty about Brexit moving forward has been swept away. It’s time for companies to start preparing—although for what is unclear. 
The competitive dynamics of Asia’s corporate banking landscape are changing rapidly to the benefit of Asian corporate treasurers.
Over the past 12 months, relatively large numbers of large companies have changed banks, and a surprising 40% of large companies express a strong willingness to switch banks in the year ahead. 

Technology Helps Buy Side Prepare for Uncertainty

Greenwich Report
February 2017 By: Kevin C. Kozlowski
Institutional investors in 2016 increased budgets to fixed-income trading desks in preparation for shifts in the interest-rate environment, and continued to ramp up IT budgets to keep pace...
Bank RMs are getting better at providing advice to middle-market banking clients. Banks that excel in this increasingly critical area dominate... 
An increase in the willingness of U.S. small businesses to use new providers is giving banks an opportunity to grow their franchises—if they can protect... 

Top Trends in Banking: 2017 and Beyond

Greenwich Report
February 2017 By: Donald M. Raftery
A combination of changes, including: rising interest rates, a less zealous regulatory environment, tax cuts, and overall optimism among business owners ...
The European trade finance market continues to feel the effects of the RBS retrenchment. RBS’ 2014 pullback put clients and money into motion, as companies moved to find new trade finance providers. That volatility has not completely settled and in...
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