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SIBOS 2012 discussion underlines significant banking opportunities in China
Date: Nov 12, 2012Banks and IT vendors look to tap into the vast potential of the Chinese market, as China’s economy experience rapid growth in 2012.
Author: Baron Laudermilk
Categories: Core Banking, Retail Banking, Technology & Operations, Trade Finance, Transaction Banking, Wealth Management
Keywords: SIBOS 2012, Banco Do Brazil, Vagner Vichiesi, BMO, Albert Yu, Julltje van der Wijk, ING Group, Bank of Beijing, Gil Gadot, Fundtech, Hugh Jones IV, Bankers Accuity
SIBOS 2012 emphasises community theme
Date: Nov 09, 2012Bankers from around the world gather to discuss the challenges and opportunities of tomorrow at SIBOS 2012.
Author: Foo Boon Ping
Categories: Innovation, Operational Risk & Security, Regulation, Risk and Regulation, Technology & Operations, Trade Finance, Transaction Banking
Keywords: SIBOS 2012, SWIFT, RBS, JPMorgan, Kasikornbank, Deutsche Bank, ANZ, TS2, Omgeo, DTCC, SAP, Misys, SunGard, Fiserv, Logica
Rmb settlement business to be new profit growth point for banks
Date: Nov 08, 2012With the Chinese government aggressively promoting the Rmb, liberalisation of the currency is expected to continue, with banks advised to step up further in this area.
Author: Alice Yang
Categories: China, Rmb, Trade Finance, Transaction Banking
Keywords: SIBOS 2012, HSBC, PBoC
“There are increasing signs of rapid changes in trade flows within Asia”
Date: Oct 31, 2012Takeshi Kunibe, President and CEO of SMBC discusses change in financial institutions, global economic order, technology, response to change, the commercial business model of banking, and future challenges.
Author: Takeshi Kunibe
Categories: Japan, Payments, Rmb, Trade Finance, Transaction Banking
Keywords: Takeshi Kunibe, SMBC, Lazaro Campos, SWIFT, SIBOS 2012, World Bank