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Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Joy Macknight asks Mike Clarke, director, product management, European custody at Deutsche Bank, about specific challenges clients face today and how they can leverage new regulation to improve asset optimisation.
Sandeep Chouhan, executive vice president, technology and operations, Mashreq Bank, speaks to James King about the growing collaboration between banks and fintech groups in the Middle East and the impact this is having on the payments landscape.
Christian Schaefer, head of payments, corporate cash management at Deutsche Bank, tackles the complexities in the Payment Services Directive 2 and how banks can best position themselves to get the most out of the new regulatory environment.
Demetrio Salorio, head of debt capital markets for SG CIB, talks to Brian Caplen about the outlook for rates and issuance.
Nick Hungerford, CEO, Nutmeg, an online investment manager, talks to technology editor Joy Macknight about how it is shaking up the financial services industry.
Nick Armstrong, CEO, identitii, a platform for banks to exchange detailed payment information with no change to legacy systems, talks to The Banker’s Joy Macknight about how secure and faster payments can help reduce crime and increase financial inclusion.
Medicinal cannabis provider Creso Pharma Limited (ASX:CPH) CEO Dr Miri Halperin Wernli and Chairman Boaz Wachtel discuss its pharmaceutical-grade cannabis and hemp-based product pipeline and differentiation.
Technology editor Joy Macknight talks to Dave Van Niekerk, founder and CEO of MyBucks, about the burgeoning fintech community in Africa and how his company addresses the financial inclusion challenge.
Chief information security officer at UBA Group, Sam Okenye, speaks with James King about the cyber threats facing financial institutions today.
Out of a range of new technologies, Swift CEO, Gottfried Leibbrandt, champions the huge potential of APIs to transform payments.

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