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Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Mark Buitenhek, global head of transaction services at ING, describes how technology, regulation and changing client expectations are creating opportunities for banks to differentiate themselves.
Harsh Sinha, vice-president of engineering, TransferWise, a peer-to-peer money transfer service, explains to Joy Macknight how its new borderless bank account works, as well as the challenges to scaling up quickly.
Jeff Gable, head of research at Absa, talks to James King about the future of intra-African trade and the implications of the Brexit vote for the region.
Standard Chartered’s chief executive Bill Winters talks to Silvia Pavoni, economics editor of The Banker, about China-centric global trade, Brexit and Trump-induced geopolitical uncertainty, and the evolving nature of European stress tests.
Mitchell Services (ASX:MSV) talks business overview and outlook.
The DIFC Authority's chief executive Arif Amiri discusses the recent growth of Dubai International Financial Centre and the plans for its next phase of development.
The Banker’s deputy editor Joy Macknight speaks to Kimberley Long about trends in manufacturing shifting out of China, and how technology is helping supply chains to flow across Asia.
Dick Oskam, global head of transaction services sales at ING, describes a new tool for corporate treasurers that offers the benefits of having a single bank account across Europe, without losing the benefits of local payments.
Chapter three takes a dive deep into the data and find out what the major data challenges are for financial institutions when trying to surface the right data to comply with regulatory demands.
The Banker's Asia editor, Kimberley Long, speaks to E.SUN Commercial Bank, the winner of Bank of the Year Taiwan 2018.

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