Sun.Jul 07, 2024

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Here is the Cost and Risk of Lending Optionality

South State Correspondent

Optionality is defined as a state in which choice or discretion is allowed. In finance, optionality is an asset (has value) for the person who an exercise the option, while the person who gave the option has the liability. Selling options for above their value can be a profitable business for banks and brokers, but giving away options is a money losing proposition.

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TMNL adapts its operations to the AMLR

The Paypers

Transaction Monitoring Netherlands (TMNL) has welcomed and adapted its business model and operations according to the EU's new Anti-Money Laundering Regulations (AMLR).


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How BofA Is Driving to be ‘Local’ in More Markets

The Financial Brand

This article How BofA Is Driving to be ‘Local’ in More Markets appeared first on The Financial Brand. Physical presence married to digital innovation — plus an expanding role for the Erica virtual assistant — help BofA expand and grow. This article How BofA Is Driving to be ‘Local’ in More Markets appeared first on The Financial Brand.

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EIF and kompasbank to provide EUR 175 mln in SME loans

The Paypers

The European Investment Fund ( EIF ) and Danish corporate bank kompasbank have signed portfolio guarantee agreements to provide at least EUR 175 million in loans to Danish SMEs.

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How to Avoid Getting "Ghosted": Top 3 Secrets to Staying Relevant with Gen Z

Speaker: Brian Muse-McKenney, Chief Revenue Officer & Matt Simester, Cards and Payments Expert

In today’s world of social media, dating apps, and remote work, businesses risk becoming irrelevant or getting "ghosted" if they fail to meet the evolving needs of Gen Z consumers. In this new webinar, Brian Muse-McKenney of Episode Six and Matt Simester of Payments Consultancy Limited will reveal key considerations banks should factor into their efforts to develop target products for the next generation of bank customers.