High profile data breaches such as ‘Petya’ and ‘WannaCry’ are increasingly in the headlines. With the rise of cyber attacks, the Payment Services Directive’s second draft (PSD2) on the horizon and an uncertain global political landscape, the role of the treasury function has seen plenty of change over the last 12 months.
For the last five years, CGI’s annual Transaction Banking Services Survey has taken the pulse of treasuries by examining relationships between banks and corporates. This year it takes a closer look at the importance of security and forecasting. We would be grateful if you could take a few minutes to complete this year’s survey carried out by GTNews in partnership with CGI Group.
In return, you will receive an advance copy of the full report in September 2017. The research builds on four years of data on the key drivers and issues faced by providers and users of transaction banking services.
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'Screen scraping' under PSD2 being publically criticised, the EC's plans to boost cybersecurity investment, the EU's third consecutive annual drop in M&A and EuroFinance's new managing director all hit the latest headlines in the world of treasury this week.
Leaked documents from the UK Home Office proposing that low-skilled EU migrants would be restricted in the UK’s post-Brexit immigration scheme may be more likely to increase automation and off-shoring of labour, rather than increase British wages, industry experts have warned.
The European Central Bank's (ECB) hotly anticipated meeting on Thursday afternoon made the euro skyrocket, as president Mario Draghi announced interest rates would remain at 0% and its quantitative easing programme will stay until at least the end of 2017.
The “sad truth” of banking is that many jobs will be automated in the future, Deutsche Bank's chief executive said yesterday. Despite this, a recent survey found that 98% of European workers are optimistic about the changes automation will bring to their workplace.