18 September 2014

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European card issuers stand to lose $8 billion per year from a revenue pool of $60 billion beginning in 2015, as stiffer regulation and caps on interchange fees take their toll, according to a study by the Boston Consulting Group.

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UK to press for Russian expulsion from Swift

01 September 2014  |  0

The British government is urging EU nations to expel Russian banks from the Swift financial messaging network, as tensions grow over the escalating crisis in Ukraine.

The European Central Bank has named four key payment systems - Target2, Euro1, Step2-T and Core(Fr) - as "systemically important", and so subject to new regulations.

Finextra talks to David Watson, global head of client access products for Deutsche Bank's global transaction banking business, about how the giant German bank is remodelling its technology platform to address the needs of a younger generation of digitally-savvy corporate treasury managers.

Interbank messaging network Swift has signed up another six major banks to its KYC Registry initiative as it gears up for a launch at the end of this year.

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KYC Exchange builds banking momentum

20 June 2014  |  2

Swiss-based due diligence utility KYC Exchange has signed service contracts with Commerzbank, Société Générale and Standard Chartered for the regular exchange of Know Your Customer data between the banks and their clients.

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