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Tariffi, Leonardo; Cutillas, Sergi; Soley Sans, Jorge
As companies struggle to stay afloat in a sea of non-performing loans and liquidity woes, global transaction banking has become the last resort for many customers, not to mention for banks themselves. Global transaction banking now accounts for nearly 15 percent of banks’ ordinary margin, and signs are that this is set to grow.
Soley Sans, Jorge; Rahnema, Ahmad; Cutillas, Sergi
“It’s not too late to recapitalize.” That seems to be the new mantra of the financial sector as it braces itself for the new capital and solvency requirements imposed by Basel III. Unfortunately, for companies and consumers alike, greater stability for the banking system will probably mean less credit and at a higher cost.