Macroeconomic volatility in Asia could actually be working to the advantage of the world’s biggest corporate banks.
As commercial and corporate banks continue to adapt to the COVID-19 situation, one of the biggest adjustments is the shift to now working remotely...
The combination of macroeconomic volatility, slow economic growth, historically low interest rates, and further increasing know your customer (KYC) requirements has made for a tough market for corporate banks in Europe.
Corporate treasury departments are increasingly recognized for what they have always been: centers of analytical excellence. Thus, as the demands on the corporate treasurer expand, treasury departments are looking to new technologies and third-party...
Companies and banks in the Nordics and the Netherlands could be leading the way toward a new and increasingly digital future for the European trade finance industry.
Not surprisingly for most economists, though counter to some political arguments made in the current Brexit discourse in the U.K., the potential downside corporates see in Brexit is not countered by any potential upside.
Large companies in Asia are turning to the biggest banks in the region for support as they navigate disruptions caused by the U.S.-China trade war...
Indian regulators are now putting in place reforms that may serve as the foundation for the country’s financial sector for decades to come.
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