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Jane Cooper, The Banker's technology and transaction banking editor speaks with John Gibbons, head of treasury services EMEA at J.P. Morgan during the Sibos 2014 conference held in Boston.
Silvia Pavoni, economics editor of The Banker speaks to Walter Bayly, CEO of BCP at the IMF and World Bank meetings held in Lima - View from IMF 2015.
Are banks providing the right products and services to female customers, and does it really matter if they don't? The Banker's Silvia Pavoni asks Andy Maguire, senior partner at Boston Consulting Group.
Alex Manson, group head, transaction banking at Standard Chartered, discusses how his clients' needs are changing and what he expects to see in the industry in 2015.
Senior transaction bankers at Sibos 2014 in Boston predict what the industry will be talking about over the coming months and at Sibos 2015, which will be held in Singapore.
Kyckr Limited (ASX:KYK) Chairman, John Van Der Wielen, talks about the opportunity in front of the company and current CEO Tesco Bank, Benny Higgins taking up the role of incoming Chairman at Kyckr.
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Jane Cooper, The Banker's technology and transaction banking editor speaks with Stuart Tait, global head, trade and receivables finance, HSBC, during the Sibos 2014 conference held in Boston.
Rajesh Mehta, regional head of treasury and trade solutions for Citi EMEA, talks to Joy Macknight about the major trends affecting the global economy and how Citi is helping its customers respond to new challenges.
Brian Caplen, editor of The Banker, discusses the compliance challenges facing banks with Luc Meurant who is head of banking, markets and compliance services at Swift.

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