Open Banking's Stealth Debut

Open Banking's Stealth Debut

Regulators are pressing for institutions to open their APIs. But first, the banks need to know their customers want what open banking can give them.

Managing Migration

Managing Migration

As a pathway to harmonization and platform interoperability for financial institutions, ISO 20022 is catching on. But migration to the global payments standard could be easier.

Innovating The Innovators

By taking a different approach this year, Global Finance was able to explore a new range of innovation.

Nordics: In Tech We Trust

More platforms and more interfaces yield more complexity for Scandanavian treasury officers.

CEE Treasurers Seek Agility

Newer market economies face issues of smaller scale and a wider array of currencies than their western counterparts.

World's Best Trade Finance Providers 2018: Winners List

  GLOBAL WINNERS Best Bank for Trade Finance BNP Paribas Best Trade Finance Infrastructure Initiative CCRManager Best Bank for Commodity Finance Rabobank Best Trade Document Management  BNY Mellon Best Trade Credit Insurance Provider  Euler Hermes Best Bank for Export Finance ...


Amazon Incites HQ2 Bidding War

The firm says the new headquarter would be as big as the existing offices in Seattle and will come with $5 billion in investment promising jobs for 50,000 employees.

Metadata Makes Sense

For banks that have invested in Big Data capabilities but are struggling to generate value from them, metadata can unlock meaningful insights.

The Sky’s The Limit For Treasury

Off-site storage in the Cloud boosts treasury-management solutions, offering affordability, flexibility and scalability.        

Best Digital Banks 2017

Best Digital Banks 2017

In the first round of our Best Digital Bank Awards 2017, evolving customer needs drive financial institutions’ technology innovation.

Digital Banks Of Distinction 2017

Smaller banks must rely on agility to be competitive against their larger, but slower-moving, rivals when it comes to implementing digital measures and rolling out new products

Waking Up To The MiFID II Compliance Challenge

The second phase of European Union’s 2007 Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) II comes into effect starting January 2018. It will not only extend the scope of financial instruments under coverage but also require extensive record keeping setting firms across the EU for a big compliance challenge. 

AkzoNobel CEO Faces Shareholder Revolt

Newly appointed AkzoNobel CEO Thierry Vanlancker takes over the Dutch paint company at a time when it faces an ongoing battle with its biggest shareholder, Elliott Management, and several hostile takeover attempts from US rival PPG Industries.

Speed Or Safety?

As more companies outsource information management to the Cloud or colocation services, focus on data protection increases.

Delaware Mulls Rules For Distributed Ledgers

Delaware has proposed amendments to new legislation that would enable corporations to use distributed ledgers for record-keeping and to keep track of stock transactions, the state’s latest effort to be a first mover when it comes to blockchain technology. 

Reaping Interest Rewards With Raisin

Reaping Interest Rewards With Raisin

The partnership of mobile-only bank N26 with German fintech Raisin allows the bank to offer its clients, initially in Germany but across the EU beginning next year, the chance to open savings accounts with just a few taps. As Raisin ...

Equity Forever

Damian Glendinning, Lenovo’s treasurer, explains why the world’s biggest PC maker opted for a dual-tranche financing transaction using a perpetual security.