Orbian Chairman Tom Dunn talks about the FinTech’s evolution after years of revolution.
Based on an increasingly populist view that job losses and adverse economic impact have resulted from cross-border commerce, redistribution of manufacturing capabilities and offshoring, globalisation and trade have taken the brunt of bad press and negative reaction. Geopolitically, trade has long been a channel for the exercise of influence and power and has been creating value around the world for centuries.
Global banks have been reducing correspondent banking clients, either because they are commercially unviable or they fail today’s higher financial crime prevention standards. Efforts are now being made to rectify the situation.
SPONSORED CONTENT In 2015, GDP grew for the second consecutive year after three years of recession According to data released by INE, the Portuguese Gross Domestic Product registered year-on-year (yoy) growth of 1.3% in the fourth quarter of 2015. The ...
Deutsche Bank’s Isabel Schmidt discusses FinTech and the banks digital strategy to delivering cutting edge digital payment services to clients and the challenges and opportunities presented by blockchain technology. She continues with the effect of standardized and streamlined digital payments on fees and Deutsche Bank's efforts to deliver advanced connectivity systems.