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    14 - 16

    The Asian Banker Summit Institutional Cash Hong Kong
    3 - 6 BAFT Global Annual Meeting

    Institutional Cash

    Trade Finance FI


    12 - 13

    EBAday Institutional Cash Amsterdam
    13 - 15 Eurofinance Trade Finance & Cash Management Corporates Miami
    20 - 22 ACT Annual Conference Trade Finance & Cash Management Corporates Manchester Central
    20 - 21 TXF Natural Resources & Commodities Finance Trade Finance Amsterdam


    more GTB events

  • The Banker Masterclass: The transformation of correspondent banking services. Chapter 1/4: Compliance and regulation
    Michael Imeson, The Banker’s contributing editor, talks to Werner Steinmueller, Head of Global Transaction Banking and Marcus Sehr, Head of Institutional Cash, about global transaction banks providing international payments and how those services are being transformed.

    A global market utility offering central accounting and net settlement services for the global re(insurance) market

    Working Capital Management explained. How businesses can optimise their liquidity.

    The video explains what Working Capital Management is and how businesses can successfully use it to leverage hidden liquidity reserves within the value chain.


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