The EU and US’ shift in accounting standards may bring balance sheet losses and increase credit risk, according to James Elder, director of risk services at Standard & Poor’s (S&P) Global.
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Market uncertainty, a lack of necessary infrastructure and enforced regulatory standards means that the revised European Payment Services Directive (PSD2) may not be actively enforced until mid-2019, ACI Worldwide executives told GTNews at Money 20/20.
Today the bank of England announced it would base interest rates from 0.25% to 0.5%. We have collated some initial comments from the industry on how this will impact the markets:
Blockchain will transform financial services according to 91% of participants in a survey by Cognizant, but 56% of businesses think collaboration will be a key challenge when using the technology.
With rising interest rates being a hot topic at this year’s AFP conference, many treasurers were discussing how they can structure their ... read more
Following two weeks packed with travelling and conferencing for GTNews team. Here are our highlights of Sibos and Money 20/20 - two of the largest events in digital finance this year.
On the third day of the annual Money 20/20 conference in Las Vegas the power of blockchain and the deregulation of the US payments industry were hot topics.
Financial inclusion, digital banking, omnichannel payments and even lightsabers were discussed on the second day of Money 20/20 in Las Vegas this year.
GTNews speaks to Catherine Porter, CBRE's EMEA treasury director, about how some of the top industry trends are influencing the nature of managing and forecasting cash flow.
Day one of the global Money 20/20 conference focused on AI and machine learning, investor and fintech partnerships and the future of robotics.