SIBOS Interview: Gerry Gaetz, President and Chief Executive Officer, Payments Canada discusses the modernisation of Canada’s payments system with Tanya Andreasyan, editor of Banking Technology.
Alain Raes, CEO EMEA and Asia Pacific, Swift, discusses the main payment trends in Europe, including real-time and the Global Payments Innovation Initiative.
Bruno Prigent, Head of Societe Generale Securities Services (SGSS) and Mathieu Maurier, Global Head of Sales and Relationship Management discuss the global securities industry and SGSS’s plans for the future.
Pascal Augé, Head of Global Transaction and Payment Services, Societe Generale Global Transaction Services discusses the prospects for real-time payments in the eurozone.
Alain Vansnick, Head of Payments International Business, TAS Group, explains how banks can get ready for instant payments.
Christian Westerhaus, Global Head of Product & Strategy, Institutional Cash Management, Deutsche Bank, talks about the future of correspondent banking.
The global payments industry faces more challenges than ever before – fiercer competition, more regulations, an increasing threat from cybercrime and new demands from customers. Thierry Chilosi, head of markets & initiatives, EMEA at Swift, talks to Daily News at Sibos about the steps market participants can take to future proof their payments infrastructure.
Correspondent banking enables banks to access products and services which might otherwise be unavailable. By enabling cross-border transactions and access to overseas products, correspondent banking plays an important role in the global payments landscape, states Swift.
Erik Zingmark and Peter Hupfeld, Co-Heads of Transaction Banking, Nordea, talk about how a changing world is changing banking.
Tanya Andreasyan, Banking Technology’s editor, chats with Sibos TV hosts about the highlights and key themes of Sibos 2016, collaborative efforts within the industry to tackle cybersecurity threats, and the circles of the Brexit hell (we are now in circle one – Limbo).