February 2017

FX-MM February 2017 – Digital version

February 2017 / 6 February 2017 / FX-MM

In this issue: Financial market infrastructures; FX liquidity; Transaction Banking; SME financing; RegTech; Financial Utilities; Regulation watch; Trade finance; and Sixty Seconds with IBM’s James Wallis…

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Blockchain disruption: asking the right questions

February 2017 / 5 February 2017 / Anthony Macey, Head Of Blockchain R&D, Barclays

Anthony Macey, Head Of Blockchain R&D at Barclays, gives insight into the future of blockchain disruption in financial services.

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Blockchain: digitalisation, drawbacks and due dates

February 2017 / 5 February 2017 / Luke Antoniou, FX-MM

The potential for blockchain to disrupt and revolutionise areas of financial services has never been in doubt, but how and when will it actually happen?

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The growing momentum of the blockchain

February 2017 / 5 February 2017 / Dhiru Tanna, Head of Relationship Management – UK, Ireland & Southern Europe, BNY Mellon Treasury Services

Blockchain continues to be a buzzword in the finance industry, and has helped to ignite a whole new approach to innovation in the banking world.

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SmartStream: unprecedented growth and specialist knowledge

February 2017 / 5 February 2017 / Peter Garnham, Editor, FX-MM

SmartStream CEO Haytham Kaddoura explains why banks are now willing to entrust the firm with entire parts of their back-office operations.

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FMIs: how market infrastructures are transforming the future

February 2017 / 5 February 2017 / Juliette Kennel, Head of Market Infrastructures, SWIFT

Infrastructures have always had a profound effect on the behaviour of those in the industries that use them. Digitalisation can change the future of FMIs, explains Juliette Kennel, Head of Market Infrastructures, SWIFT.

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Disclosed trading: building trust and increasing popularity

February 2017 / 5 February 2017 / Alan Schwarz, CEO, FXSpotStream

FXSpotStream’s Alan Schwarz explains the rise in popularity of disclosed trading and how it is helping to build trust within the FX market.

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Using technology to better manage FX liquidity

February 2017 / 5 February 2017 / Peter Garnham, Editor, FX-MM

Trading firms are leveraging the latest technology in order to optimise their FX execution manage liquidity amid heightened regulatory pressures.

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How are currency investors using technology to optimise trading?

February 2017 / 5 February 2017 / David Vincent, CEO, smartTrade Technologies

The post-financial crisis world has seen change brought to the FX market. Currency investors are leveraging tech to optimise trading and be compliant.

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The need for a strategic approach to liquidity management

February 2017 / 5 February 2017 / Bryan Seegers, Director – Co-Head Global eFX Coverage at ADS Securities

It has never been as important as it is now for currency investors to take a strategic approach to liquidity management with PBs extending less credit.

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Digital developments in global transaction banking

February 2017 / 5 February 2017 / Thomas Dolenga, Head of Cash Management Products, Global Transaction Banking, UniCredit

With customer expectations higher than ever in global transaction banking, it is the banks who are leading the technology charge.

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SME financing: selective invoice financing and new technology

February 2017 / 5 February 2017 / Steven Renwick, CEO and Founder, Satago

With customers expecting instant solutions, selective invoice financing brings flexible, on demand funding, which puts SMEs in control of their borrowing.

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Get ready for the RegTech takeover

February 2017 / 5 February 2017 / Eleanor Hill, FX-MM

A cheaper, easy-to-deploy solution to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of financial compliance? That’s exactly what RegTech could provide.

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The utility model: market transformation gathers momentum

February 2017 / 5 February 2017 / Neil Dennis, FX-MM

The utility model has already helped transform many functions of middle- and back-office management – particularly in response to regulatory compliance.

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UK Market Abuse Regime (MAR): implications for issuers

February 2017 / 5 February 2017 / William Yonge and Simon Currie, Partners, Morgan Lewis, London

William Yonge and Simon Currie, Partners at the London office of global law firm, Morgan Lewis, examine the implications of the UK’s MAR for issuers.

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