Sibos 2014 special edition

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Sibos guide 2014 
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Transaction services
How to engineer a cash management monster 
What does it take to succeed in the increasingly competitive world of transaction services? Internal collaboration, global footprint, adaptability, connectivity and mobile technology all make up part of the equation. But every bank and every client is different.

Regulation
Corporates look to make regulation pay

It is not common to hear about the positive side of financial market regulation. But corporate treasurers are finding ways to turn the new rules to their advantage.

Analysis
Electronic billing tops agenda for cash clients
Corporate treasurers believe their cash managers give them adequate transparency on banking fees, but overwhelmingly they want a common electronic bank billing format to help deliver greater visibility.

cash management 2014 surveyCash management survey results 2014
HSBC takes top sport for third year running
HSBC has maintained its number one cash manager ranking globally among non-financial companies and financial institutions despite pressure from Citi, Deutsche Bank and Bank of America Merrill Lynch. View the results of a record 28,000 survey responses from treasury professionals.

Regional transaction bank profiles
Euromoney speaks to the transaction banking heads of ADCB, ANZ, Danske Bank, Ecobank and ING about the growth and development of their businesses and the changing face of corporate client demands.

UAE/India debate
Trade and investment corridor booms
Economic ties between the USE and India are deepening fast. The Emirate offers the prospect of investment in India’s creaking infrastructure, and a compelling environment for Indian business expansion. 

Sibos agenda
Euromoney takes a look at four of the key discussion topics at Sibos this year: Bitcoin and the rise of crypto-currencies; the risks and rewards of technology outsourcing; the challenges of intraday liquidity reporting; and the coming of age of south-south trade flows.