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    Sponsored by J.P. Morgan
    Priyanka Rath, global head of liquidity and account solutions specialists at JPMorgan, and Lula Sheena, third-party money product executive at JPMorgan, explore some of the key considerations for corporates holding or processing third-party money flows.
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    Sponsored Sino Group
    Hong Kong property developer Sino Group not only embraces sustainability at the core of its business model, it is also at the forefront of driving the green and sustainable agenda in Asia’s real estate industry. In an exclusive interview, Mr Daryl Ng, deputy chairman, Sino Group, explains the importance of sustainability to the company and how the company is demonstrating this.
  • Caixa imaginLAND.jpg
    Sponsored by CaixaBank
    The metaverse encompasses a range of digitally enhanced environments, using virtual and augmented reality to create different types of experience for workers and consumers. So, what might a bank look like in the metaverse? And how would it enhance its clients’ experience of banking? Imagin, CaixaBank’s digital services and lifestyle platform, and its imaginLAND, offers a glimpse into a meta future.
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    Sponsored by China Merchants Bank CMB
    Private banking in China is entering a new era of growth and development. Wang Yanrong, general manager of private banking at China Merchants Bank – Euromoney’s Best Overall Private Bank in China – describes the transition and the role private banks should play.
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    Sponsored by Industrial Bank of China
    Chinese financial institutions are among those at the forefront of the global push to accelerate the transition to a low carbon future. Industrial Bank of China, a pioneer of green finance in the country, is one financial institution that is leading the charge in helping China reach its climate change goals. 
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    Sponsored by Bank of China
    2021 was another strong year for Bank of China’s ambitious bond underwriting business, which maintained its leadership in some markets, and pioneered new transactions in others.
  • CTBC Bank Street Nightime Pic.jpg
    Sponsored by CTBC Bank
    A bank’s technology solutions and commitment to sustainability, both in its operations and in the advice and products it provides to clients, are increasingly a competitive advantage in any banking business. For Taiwan’s CTBC Bank, its investment and commitment to these two areas is paying off and keeping it ahead of the competition, especially in private banking and wealth management.
  • Adel El-Labban_ Official Photo_High Res.jpg
    Sponsored by Ahli United Bank
    Over the past few years, Ahli United Bank (AUB) has accelerated its digital transformation strategy – encompassing various initiatives from the back office to the front and across its operations and core banking businesses. It is a strategy designed to improve the operational efficiency of the bank and enhance the service it provides to its customers. In an interview, AUB CEO, Adel El-Labban, discusses the strategy, what differentiates it from other banks’, and the areas they are targeting for digital investment this year.
  • Soteniblidad CaixaBank.jpg
    Sponsored by CaixaBank
    Banks have a pivotal role to play in accelerating the transition to a low carbon economy; they can direct financing towards activities that are aligned to the Paris Agreement, and away from those that are not. They are the key intermediaries of the investment required to reach net zero. And they can help their clients with strategies and products that support the transition toward a sustainable economy. Some are doing better than others.
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    Sponsored by Commercial International Bank (CIB)
    With many obstacles facing women's financial inclusion in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, addressing them is a key priority for the Egyptian government. In an interview, Hussein Abaza, CEO and managing director of CIB discusses how Egypt's financial sector has taken steps to promote gender equality and women's economic empowerment in the country.
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    Sponsored by Commercial International Bank (CIB)
    Sustainable finance is growing rapidly in the MENA region. With more countries entering the green bond market in recent years and global green bond investment set to double and reach $$1 trillion for the first time in a single year by the end of 2022, tackling the climate crisis is top of everyone’s agenda. CIB CEO and managing director Hussein Abaza discusses the opportunities for the MENA region to advance sustainability practices.
  • The,Bay,Of,Doha,,Qatar
    Sponsored by Commercial Bank of Qatar
    Commercial Bank of Qatar’s financial results across the year have been strong, capping five years of growth and development under its strategic plan. In an interview, Rehan Khan, CFO of CBQ, discusses some of the highlights from the bank’s performance, how its investment in digitisation is paying off, and what its main financial focus will be for 2022
  • CaixaBank Banca Privada.jpg
    Sponsored by Caixabank
    High-net-worth individuals today demand a wide array of sustainable investment options and increasingly sophisticated digital services. Larger, integrated institutions may be best placed to benefit from these trends.
  • Caixabank Tech_opt01.png
    Sponsored by Caixabank
    Luis Javier Blas Agüeros, chief operating officer at CaixaBank outlines how banks can ensure their future success through innovation, cloud technology and the reinvention of their products and services.
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    Sponsored by DBS
    Technological advancement is revolutionising financial services, and in the next few years even more profound change is likely to happen. Blockchain – or distributed ledger technology – is one technological advance in particular that offers immense potential to completely transform areas of transaction banking, if not the entire financial industry, says Lim Soon Chong, group head of global transaction services at DBS.
  • Opera & Panorama
    Sponsored by HSBC
    Australian banks are ready to return in force to the capital markets for their fundraising activity, with investors in Asia set to play a critical role in the deals.
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    Sponsored by Commercial Bank of Qatar
    Digital transformation has been a core pillar of Commercial Bank of Qatar’s five-year strategic plan, initiated in 2016. After consecutive years of investment in digitising its operations and banking businesses, the bank’s operational efficiency and financial performance has strengthened, highlighting the success of the transformation so far.
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    Sponsored by Commercial International Bank (CIB)
    Environmental, social and governance considerations have been a strategic focus for CIB for quite a few years, pushing the Egyptian lender to the forefront of the regional banking industry's embrace of ESG issues. In an interview, CIB CEO Hussein Abaza, explains the importance of these issues to the bank and how this is reflected across its operations and businesses.
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