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In our final newsletter for 2018, we’re thinking about the changing UK payments landscape; open banking opportunities; the implications of Brexit for cash management and FX; next generation treasury trends; and the key themes currently driving FX markets.
In this quarter’s newsletter, we’re thinking about the opportunities that lie ahead with new trends in treasury, harnessing the power of AI and big data, and the growth of FinTech. We also explore what impact the upcoming US elections could have on business.
Our newsletter this quarter includes our first viewpoint from Pushkaraj Gumaste, articles on GDPR and fraud, a deep-dive into the increasingly sophisticated cyber threat landscape, and a discussion about the benefits of working capital optimisation. Plus, an insight into the future of green vehicles and a video case study with online marketplace, DHgate.
Our newsletter this quarter includes articles on the next phase of the bond markets; protecting one’s business against cybercrime and fraud; the features and benefits of SWIFT gpi; predictions for the year ahead in both politics and economics; and a podcast on key elements of PSD2.
This newsletter focuses on the top treasury trends for next year; the business opportunity from Invisible FX; the implications of MiFID II; and the most recent update surrounding Brexit. We also offer a summary of 2017’s key geopolitical events and milestones.
Our newsletter this quarter focuses on the most recent update around Brexit; treasury policy considerations, including recent trends in FX; and the rise of virtual accounts. We also discuss exciting changes in the India payments landscape.
With the summer fast approaching, our newsletter this quarter focuses on some hot topics, including the results and implications of the recent UK general election, how cyber crime can affect you, plus the strategic role of the treasurer.
During a period of change dominated by Brexit negotiations and President Trump’s election, this quarter’s newsletter looks at the opportunities ahead, including the innovation trends to consider, Barclays’ European programme, and how people can avoid scammers’ best techniques.
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