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AML tech: Are regulators stuck in the past?

AML requirements are getting tighter and more costly for banks. But uptake of cost-cutting technology is slow – and for once it is regulators rather than banks that are hindering the process. Banks want direction and regulators do not appear to be providing it.

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15 June 2017

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Networking the networks

The first open-source blockchain-powered platform for trade finance – TradeIX’s founders claim it is a unique network-of-networks solution

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8 June 2017

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Cyber security: More than just tech

Andrew Taylor, CEO of BeCyberSure, explains why investing in people, processes and governance offers treasurers a better defence against cyber-attacks than technology, and offers tips for helping corporates and banks strip out the risk that arises from within.

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10 May 2017

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UK companies unleash £8.8bn tied up in working capital

A 3% improvement in the cash-to-cash cycle of UK firms has released £8.8 billion that was tied up in working capital, according to Grant Thornton's latest UK Working Capital Survey.

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eInvoicing to be mandatory in Colombia from 2019

eInvoicing will become mandatory in Colombia from January 1, 2019, as part of the country's latest tax reform. All those responsible for declaring VAT and Consumer Goods Tax will from that date be obliged to use a new eInvoicing system that is expected to reach more than 800,000 firms.

18 August 2017

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Beijing orders online payment groups to operate through centralised clearing house

The Chinese government has ordered online payment groups to operate through a centralised clearing house. The move is expected to impact the dominance of payment giants Ant Financial and Tencent by forcing them to share transaction data with competitors.