French presidential hopeful Emmanuel Macron’s rhetoric to tempt London-based banks to relocate to Paris doesn’t fully stand up to scrutiny, says Brickendon CEO Christopher Burke.
The European Banking Authority said that its proposed rules for stronger customer authentication would be relaxed for payments under €10.
A relatively small population and take-up of the latest technologies makes the country a testbed for payment innovation, according to an ANZ Group report.
The bank and the International Financial Corporation are continuing the eight years old trade finance partnership with a further investment.
“Corporate treasurers around the world are getting a better cross-border payments experience today,” announced the financial messaging services provider.
The European Banking Authority proposes “strong customer authentication” for all electronic payments of more than €10.
A survey reveals widespread confidence that the technology will be mainstream in the financial post-trade market within three to five years.
A study identifies seven hurdles to cloud adoption that must be tackled if the sector is to reap the benefits of cloud technology.
The financial services sectors of Asia and Latin America are likely to see the best base pay increases this year, predicts Mercer.
The success of the policy launched without advance warning by prime minister Modi last November is still unclear.