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Sberbank urges Russia's central bank to rethink CBDC

News | Cryptocurrencies | 17 Dec 2020

The state-controlled Russia-based bank Sberbank has expressed fears that the Russian Central Bank’s digital ruble plans will have a negative effect on liquidity in the nation.

Sberbank, Russian Central Bank, digital ruble, CBDC, e-wallets, liquidity

Liquidnet set to be acquired by TP ICAP

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 09 Oct 2020

UK-based fintech Liquidnet has announced that it will be acquired by professional intermediary TP ICAP for between GBP 444 millions to GBP 540 millions.

Liquidnet, TP ICAP, acquisition, UK, investment network, liquidity, B2B, trading, fintech

With over USD 410 bln in aggregate Tier 1 capital, French banks strengthen their capital position in Europe

News | Payments General | 08 Oct 2020

French banks have hit the leading position in Europe with more than USD 410bn in aggregate Tier 1 capital, overtaking UK financial institutions for the first time.

banking, French banks, banks, Tier 1, liquidity, assets, banking system, Europe, stress test

ClearBank adds multi-currency bank accounts offering via API

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 17 Sep 2020

UK-based cloud-based clearing bank ClearBank has incorporated the possibility to offer multi-currency bank accounts through JP Morgan's API.

ClearBank, API, multi-currency bank accounts, bank accounts, cloud-based, clearing bank, funds, real-time foreign exchange, foreign exchange, FX , interbank rates, liquidity, cash flows, fund transfer, third party accounts, JP Morgan, FX liquidity, client funds

Citi, JP Morgan, and State Street invest in fintech Capitolis

News | Payments General | 11 Sep 2020

JP Morgan, Citigroup, and State Street have invested USD 11 million in Capitolis, a US-based technology startup that seeks to help banks use capital more efficiently, according to Reuters.

Citi, JP Morgan, State Street, Spark Capital, Index Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Capitolis, fintech, startup, Reuters, US, United States, banks, capital, software, capital markets, liquidity, financial institutions, trading, financial crisis, risky trades, capital banks, residual trades, derivatives portfolios, investors

Factris, NN Investment Partners form European financing agreement

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 10 Sep 2020

Fintech Factris has closed a new EUR 50 million secured financing agreement with asset manager NN Investment Partners (NN IP).

Factris, NN Investment Partners, NN IP, Europe, financing, asset manager, fintech, secured financing, SMEs, SMBs, invoices, trade, liquidity, invoice finance, COVID-19, pandemic, trade credit insurance, real economy, responsible investing

US-based banks face losses as personal loans decline continues

News | Payments General | 03 Sep 2020

Data and analytics company GlobalData has observed that US-based banks continue to face severe loses as they experience low net interest margins and falling fee income. 

US, banks, losses, personal loans, net interest margins, fee income, covid, consumer spending, credit card loans, retail banking, liquidity, low credit rates

Sidetrade Unpaid Invoice tracker: what the pandemic has taught us

Voice of the Industry | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 21 Jul 2020

With billions of euros tied up in unpaid invoices during lockdown, Rob Harvey, Global Director at Sidetrade, shares learnings about B2B late payment across Europe based on the findings of Sidetrade’s Unpaid Invoice tracker

AI, invoicing, late payments, lockdown, digitalisation, coronavirus, study, Sidetrade, Sidetrade Unpaid Invoice Tracker, cash flow, liquidity, businesses, The Netherlands

World Bank approves USD 750 mln loan for India-based MSMEs

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 08 Jul 2020

The World Bank has approved a loan of USD 750 million to help increase the flow of finance into the hands of MSMEs in India.

World Bank, loan, MSME, India, MSMEs, coronavirus, pandemic, economic shutdown, liquidity, credit requirements, supply chain disruption

PayPal, Venmo to let users buy and sell crypto

News | Cryptocurrencies | 23 Jun 2020

PayPal and its mobile payment service Venmo have announced plans to offer crypto buying and selling to users of PayPal and Venmo, according to CoinDesk.

PayPal, Venmo, crypto, Venmo, Coindesk, The Block, liquidity, crypto ecosystem, Bitcoin, Coinbase, payments

COVID-19 impact on Saudi Arabian banks might last up to nine months – KPMG study

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 28 Apr 2020

A report released by KPMG Saudi Arabia has revealed the impact COVID-19 has on the banking sector and the potential countermeasures to cope with the new normal.

bank, digital transformation, COVID-19, coronavirus, KPMG, report, banking, SMEs, retail banking, credit card, mortgage, liquidity, cyber risk, SAMA

Barlcays opens CLBILS to help large corporate clients impacted by COVID-19

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 22 Apr 2020

Barclays has opened the Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) to help large corporate banking clients that are impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Barclays, CLBILS, COVID-19, coronavirus, UK, CBILS, banking, loans, working capital, liquidity, supply chains, FX , Clydesdale Bank, Danske Bank, HSBC, Lloyds Bank, Santander

Global cryptocurrency liquidity provider XHUB partners with ByteTrade

News | Cryptocurrencies | 24 Mar 2020

A global liquidity provider, XHUB has signed a joint venture agreement with dual chain blockchain protocol ByteTrade.

XHUB, blockchain, liquidity, partnership, ByteTrade, protocol, payments solutions, DApp, DeFi development, digital ID, descentralised exchanges

Czech banks and covered bonds will benefit from central bank's coronavirus response

News | Payments General | 23 Mar 2020

On 17 March 2020, the Czech National Bank (CNB) has implemented a series of proactive measures to assist Czech banks weathering the negative economic effects of the coronavirus outbreak, a credit positive. 

Czech banks, central bank, coronavirus, lending, liquidity

Supply chains face liquidity crunch as Tradeshift reports 62 percent drop in global trade transactions

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 17 Mar 2020

Global business to business transactions have dropped by 62% in the past week (w/c March 8, 2020) according to the latest data from Tradeshift.

supply chains, liquidity, Tradeshift, trade, transactions , payments

CoinDCX, OKEx team up for new DCXfutures product

News | Cryptocurrencies | 17 Feb 2020

India-based crypto trading platform and liquidity aggregator CoinDCX has partnered with the global cryptocurrency exchange for futures and derivatives, OKEx.

CoinDCX, partnership, cryptocurrency, exchange, OKex, DCXfutures, India, trading, liquidity, aggregator, digital assets

Private banking group Julius Baer reveals crypto services

News | Cryptocurrencies | 29 Jan 2020

Switzerland-based private banking and wealth management group Julius Baer has launched a digital assets trading and custodial service, Cointelegraph reports.

Switzerland, banking, Julius Baer, launch, cryptocurrencies, trading, custodial services, partnership, SEBA Bank, transactions , security, liquidity, e-banking

Australia's Bit Trade acquired by Kraken

News | Cryptocurrencies | 15 Jan 2020

US-based crypto exchange Kraken has acquired Bit Trade, Australia’s oldest crypto exchange, Cointelegraph reports.

Australia, cryptocurrency, exchange, Kraken, acquisitions, US, digital assets, trading, retail, OTC, liquidity

Ripple invests final USD 20 mln, completing the USD 50 mln promise to MoneyGram

News | Cryptocurrencies | 26 Nov 2019

Blockchain-based payments company Ripple has completed its original commitment with a final USD 20 million investment, money transmission network MoneyGram reveals.

Ripple, investment, MoneyGram, blockchain, payments, cryptocurrency, digital assets, cross boarder, exchange, liquidity

SmartStream introduces artificial intelligence module to capture missed payments and receipts

News | Payments General | 28 Oct 2019

Open Banking Report 2019

SmartStream Technologies, the financial Transaction Lifecycle Management (TLM) solutions provider, has completed a proof of concept for an artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning module.

SmartStream, artificial intelligence, payments, machine learning, treasury, liquidity, banking