Orchestrating digital trade in finance in a new regulatory landscape

The new thematic review of targeted financial sanctions and trade-based money laundering by the Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates highlights tighter controls to ensure that the region can continue to flourish as an international hub for trade. Changes to the compliance landscape will impact practices, processes and departments within banks in the region. At the same time we are seeing increasing trade volumes alongside growing client demand for seamless, end-to-end and front-to-back digital trade & working capital finance.

Join Carlos Teixeira and Tim Tyler from Finastra who are joined by Edwin de Groot from Conpend, and Paul Baker from Bank ABC to discuss the changes in the regulatory environment, and how it can affect procedures, and departments, raising client demand for end-to-end, and front-to-back digital trade.