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Complicated And Often Tortured Plumbing Behind ‘Selling UST’

Fro Alhambra Investment Partners, by Jeffrey P. Snider

While the eurodollar system has attained the full functions of a banking system in parallel to (and in many ways superseding) the onshore dollar version, at its core remains its primary purpose as a means to solve global payments. 1,653 more words


BNY Mellon features twice in Sibos Online

The transaction world is in the midst of dramatic change and banks are being required to adapt to an unprecedented level of transformation. Technology is the predominant driving force, bringing a whole new range of capabilities and expectations. 89 more words

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Deutsche Bank's Kevin Garlan discusses allying with fintech disruptors in Payments Source

Ahead of a whitepaper on the subject, to be published at the end of the month, Kevin Garlan discuss the market drivers making bank-fintech partnerships the optimal environment for payments innovation in 2016. 86 more words


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The Future is Fintech: BNY Mellon in TMI

The buzz around fintech innovation is growing ever stronger and investment into the sector is rising dramatically. Indeed, fintech is set to radically redefine the payments landscape, and has the potential to leave banks behind if they to fail to react. 100 more words

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BNY Mellon takes the title of Best Transaction Bank for Financial Institutions EMEA for sixth consecutive year

BNY Mellon has been named EMEA Finance’s Best Transactional Bank for Financial Institutions in EMEA for the sixth year running, with the magazine declaring that the common theme across its Treasury Services Awards 2015 winners was “their determination and tenacity towards meeting or exceeding customers’ needs, and finding solutions for increasingly complex circumstances”. 150 more words