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To stay viable, corporate banks need to maximize revenue opportunities by getting deeper insight into customer journeys. By building modern digital capabilities that enable innovation, corporate banks will be able to improve efficiency and respond faster to changes in the market.Emerging Trends Point of View
Multi-currency cash and liquidity pools across markets and time zones, regulatory restrictions have led to trapped liquidity and necessitated the need for effective liquidity management.Watch the video (8:49)
Stringent regulatory norms and the increasing need for a single customer view of credit risk, is forcing banks to revamp and rethink credit management.Credit Management Point of View
As new bank capital and liquidity rules take effect, long-term bank financing may be more expensive and banks that seek to play in the syndicated lending space will need to look for ways to reduce costs and remain attractive.Syndicated Lending Point of View
Once thought of as investment banking's less glamorous sibling, transaction banking is now a rising star in the global financial services industry.Global Transaction Banking Point of View
While the custodial banking business has traditionally been transactional in nature with established revenue streams, custody banks are now forced to re-assess their operations.Custodial Lending Point of View
Liquidity management is increasing in importance. Effective liquidity management and innovation will be key to attracting businesses and helping them achieve their goals.
To withstand new regulatory pressures, investor expectations, and innovative competitors, banks need to reset their value focus and digitize their credit risk processes. Restructuring the credit management infrastructure can deliver significant benefits.
Custodian banks will face challenges on the digital highway, but flexibility and openness can lead to a smarter more strategic approach.