This week, Bank of England Chief Mark Carney has warned that financial regulations that are not flexible are the reason that the bank finds it a struggle to watch over the UK’s economy.
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Equiniti Group has partnered up again with Citi in order to manage the bank’s international payments services and build on their relationship.
New research from Greenwich Associates has highlighted that corporate banking success will surpass expectations as bank relationships are increasingly becoming rationalised and counterparty risk in the US is now less of a concern.
New research from the Business Banking Insight (BBI) has found that younger small to medium sized businesses tend to stray away from older companies when seeking out finance and information when attempting to expand the business.
Ratings agency Fitch announced in a statement that major banking groups will soon have to comply with the requirements that are outlined in Malaysia’s extension of Basel III to financial holding companies (FHCs).
More and more corporate deals are expected to take place between London and Chinese firms, which will in turn, enable financial professional to trade and hedge on the Chinese renminbi.
Interest rates have been stabilised at zero for a total of 81 months by the US Federal Reserve and it is expected that it will remain this way for the foreseeable future.
According to some bankers, due the heightened currency volatility and the resulting record number of cross-border mergers and acquisitions, hedging products are being favoured more and more.
According to new research from Payments UK, a record number of 44 billion payments will be made in the year 2024 which will be due to the increased use of digital payments.