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Raising the bar for debt advisory

To reflect the changing requirements of our clients, we have redefined our debt advisory service offering and established a dedicated team of consultants to secure the benefits of the currently strong financing conditions for our clients in the long run.

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B2B fintech: Payments, supply chain finance & e-invoicing guide 2017

The Paypers has released a dedicated guide with global insights into the transaction banking, B2B payments, supply chain finance & e-invoicing markets.

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Developments in Financial Supply Chain Management

Opportunities to Grasp

The Paypers  has launched the fourth edition of the E-invoicing, Supply Chain Finance & E-billing Market Guide, the most complete resource for the global e-invoicing, supply chain finance and ebilling ecosystem, mapping out the most recent trends and developments, success stories and industry players.

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Understanding a bank’s corporate debt management

How to cope with the effects of the Capital Requirements Directive IV

A lot has been written with regard to the introduction of Basel III, both in this magazine and in other media. The world is a different place, that’s a fact. We’ve learned that a more comprehensive insight into the implications of the Capital Requirements Directive is needed.

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Mañana, ahora, eso ISO

SEPA as lever for supply chain financing

The Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA), as a subset of the ISO 20022 XML standard, promised companies standardization and effi ciency across the eurozone and non-euro countries that have accepted the SEPA standard (e.g. Denmark and Switzerland). SEPA adoption however falls far behind expectations. Shifted priorities due to the 2008 credit crisis and the fact that some popular local payment products have been kept outside the SEPA scheme are often cited as the culprits.

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