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CASH MANAGEMENT, TECHNOLOGY

From Open Banking to Open Finance From Open Banking to Open Finance

The arrival of the Revised Payment Service Directive (PSD2) changed the face of European payments, but how far has this taken Open Banking? flow shares an article from Deutsche Bank’s Tino Meissner, first published in the global payments newswire The Paypers

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CASH MANAGEMENT, TECHNOLOGY, FLOW CASE STUDIES

Roche’s new blockchain-enabled procurement-platform Roche’s new blockchain-enabled procurement-platform

What’s next for a treasury team that already excels in automation and efficiency? For Roche, the answer is to explore the use of new technology, notably blockchain, to create a new way of working with its suppliers, and signpost fundamental changes to financial markets infrastructure, as Helen Sanders reports

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TRADE FINANCE, TECHNOLOGY

Sibos – unwrapped (Part 3) Sibos – unwrapped (Part 3)

In the final instalment of Deutsche Bank’s post-Sibos reports, flow’s Editor Clarissa Dann turns to trade finance – a resurgent theme in 2022. Digitalising trade finance has moved from “wait and see” to “let’s get this done”. But the balance of regulatory impulsion and industry steering remains unclear

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TECHNOLOGY, CASH MANAGEMENT

Seize the data Seize the data

Businesses globally want to approach their data in a holistic way, but often struggle to gain the traction needed to be successful. flow explores how Deutsche Bank has transformed its data function – and the key learning points from the bank’s journey

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TECHNOLOGY, MACRO AND MARKETS

Metaverse – The next e-commerce revolution Metaverse – The next e-commerce revolution

The Metaverse, roughly defined as 3-D virtual worlds that mimic the real world, has drawn much attention since late 2021. It could usher in the next e-commerce revolution as it starts to gain traction with advances in technology and becomes more mainstream. Financial services firms have a significant role in powering this e-commerce explosion, say Deutsche Bank’s Sabih Behzad and Akash Jain

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Striving to be strategic Striving to be strategic

Treasurers see expanded role in their organisation and banks are keen to assist them, says Deutsche Bank’s Claudia Villasis-Wallraff in an article first published by The Asset reproduced here in flow

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CASH MANAGEMENT, TECHNOLOGY

Building a data-driven treasury Building a data-driven treasury

Data is at the heart of treasury decision-making and process automation, so treasurers need to be assured that the data they are using is timely, accurate and complete. This is less than straightforward. flow reports on insights from the recent Global Treasury Leaders Programme webinar, Building a Data-Driven Treasury organised by Economist Impact

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Democratising finance Democratising finance

Periods of disruptive innovation have always transformed the inequality map. Digital technology has transformed and democratised finance, for example. In her new book, Deutsche Bank Research Senior Strategist Marion Laboure explains how fintech is tackling financial exclusion, and what more can be done

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