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The commodities firm still needs large banking groups and a range of options when it comes to supporting its operations.
Thailand wants to give almost every adult in the country money through a digital wallet. It’s an interesting step towards bringing digital finance to the mainstream.
Kenyan authorities have cleared Flutterwave of wrongdoing following an anti-money-laundering case in the East African nation. Nevertheless, industry confidence in the Africa-focused payments company remains mixed.
Standard Chartered’s corporate and institutional bank can increase its profitability even when rates fall, divisional head Simon Cooper tells Euromoney. After reaping the benefit of investments in cash management, Cooper is now turning to the financial markets business, especially credit – reinforcing efforts to grow clients in Europe and the Americas.
Competition for deposits is influencing pricing decisions on commercial loans. However, the major cash-management banks insist that they have maintained both deposit levels and lending rates.
Data hoarding, ESG illiteracy and credit risk are roadblocks for regional banks looking to establish sustainable supply-chain financing programmes in the Gulf, just as COP28 approaches.
Transaction banks must help their corporate clients to make the best use of new technologies, but without burdening them with unsustainable IT spending commitments.
Lack of standardization is one of the main reasons why API adoption has been slow in certain markets.
Liquidity concerns and the search for yield are encouraging corporates to expand their roster of cash management service providers.
The big cash management banks are confident that offering a wider range of services will enable them to maintain their market strength.