Transaction services guide 2014
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Transaction services guide 2014

Euromoney has been covering transaction banking for many years, but this is the first time we have published an annual transaction services guide, reflecting our enhanced focus on and coverage of a business area that is crucial to banks and their clients.

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In this year’s guide, we explore three interesting and important themes that encapsulate why the transaction banking business is crucial, how corporate client demand is changing and when exactly the renminbi will become a top-three payments and settlement currency. 

In addition to that, read what group treasurers and chief financial officers of some of the world’s largest companies have to say on banking relationships, the impact of new financial regulation and how their role has changed irrevocably since the 2008 crisis. 

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Transaction banking: The epitome of relationship banking
Relationship banking never died. The supportive role a bank plays in helping clients grow and develop has always been at the heart of transaction banking. Investment bankers could learn something.

Redback rising
The renminbi’s meteoric rise as a payments and trade currency has brought it closer to becoming mainstream than ever before. Precisely when this will happen is anyone’s guess. That it will is inevitable 

Corporate clients demand more 
Transaction banks are under pressure to keep up with a growing list of client demands. Investing in technology is essential 

Treasury viewpoints

BMW: Navigating the impact of new financial regulations

Carlsberg: Credit provision still critical for corporate treasurers

América Móvil: Global expansion brings transaction challenges

Cash management survey analysis
Euromoney’s 2013 cash management survey shows big companies are consolidating banking relationships, but smaller peers are not, yet. We have analysed the results of Euromoney’s 2013 cash management survey, focusing in on whether or not corporate treasurers are indeed consolidating their cash manager relationships, and dissected the results of our own pulse survey on trapped cash, which highlights the countries that are best and worst at enabling repatriation of cash. 

Bank directory
A comprehensive breakdown of global and regional transaction banking capabilities and key contacts

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