Sibos guide 2013

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35th annual Sibos event; transaction banking convergence; Bitcoin; EU card-fee cap backlash; Sepa looms; Middle East cash management


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What to expect at this year’s Sibos
Financial crime, cyber security, implementation of new regulation and innovation will all feature on the agenda of the 35th annual Sibos event. 

Behold the great transaction banking convergence
Transaction bankers have been talking about the convergence of different corporate banking products and services for a number of years. Is it now happening?

Worlds apart: banks and Bitcoin convergence unlikely anytime soon
Banks remain disinterested or wary of Bitcoin but there is a growing acknowledgement that the digital currency’s popularity cannot be overlooked indefinitely.

EU card-fee cap move sparks backlash
Analysts warn the proposal could wipe out billions of profit in the payment industry, transfer costs to consumers and negatively change payment behaviour.

Corporates way behind schedule as Sepa deadline looms
Most corporates are still wholly unprepared for mandatory compliance with the Single Euro Payments Area, the EU’s flagship cross-border payments system, with a lack of understanding of its scope and impact.

Middle East cash management debate: Gulf dynamism drives regional transaction banking
Euromoney speaks to providers and users of transaction banking in the Gulf region about the market’s growing importance and the localization of expertise


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