Koba Gvenetadze, governor of the National Bank of Georgia, talks about Georgia’s impressive growth and its exposure to emerging-market risks and Turkey’s troubles.
Regulation and technology have transformed treasury since 2008. Our global winners have turned those changes to advantage.
Innovation drives the category as bank/non-bank distinctions blur.
New realities require a new category to recognize firms advancing treasury and cash management solutions.
Supply-chain finance is primed for a leap in productivity, if it can put the theoretical benefits of blockchain to work in practical applications.
Each of the champions has a unique story to tell.
Despite Brexit, London has managed to hang onto its status as Europe’s leading fintech hub, but Amsterdam is sneaking up behind.
As the January deadline draws closer, realities of surviving in the post PSD2 are starting to dawn on banks.
CME’s bitcoin futures will be based on a “Bitcoin Reference Rate,” which the company describes as “a once-a-day reference rate” based on the US-dollar price of the coins.
The widely discussed technology, some say, will emerge from labs and being in the 'proof of concept' stage to to the real world, or what some refer to as “minimum viable products.
The utopian vision of open banking dreamed up by the European Commission when it drafted the PSD II regulation is unlikely to emerge from day one of implementation.
Corporate treasurers may not be out of a job yet, but they will have to adapt, or at least learn how to work with AI in their businesses
The survey, The future of payments: a corporate treasury perspective, conducted by SWIFT and EuroFinance, gauged the views of treasury professionals, from SMEs to global corporations, in 18 different industries.