Banks like Deutsche Bank on the cutting edge of the digital revolution don’t view fintech innovators as competitors but as clients and partners.
Fintech companies have become key forces in the digital transformations sweeping through banks and corporate treasury departments across the globe. Understanding how banks are now collaborating with and serving fintechs instead of just competing against them will help finance professionals assess new possibilities. Any department hoping to leverage the power of the cloud, APIs, blockchain and other components of fintech will benefit by learning how Deutsche Bank is cultivating relationships with fintechs that may soon bring about bonds sold on a blockchain and other transformational applications.
This Spotlight Feature examines how Deutsche Bank is partnering with fintechs to develop solutions that will help treasury and finance, while the bank also helps fintech clients like Payoneer and Hyperwallet revolutionize the cross-border payments business.
Read this free report to:
• Learn how Deutsche Bank has enhanced its payment products for treasury by partnering with a fintech, and hear other ways treasury is benefiting from banks collaborating with fintechs.
• Find out why fintechs whose solutions have reduced costs and settlement times in cross-border finance, an area banks used to dominate, are now clients of Deutsche Bank and other institutions.
• Learn why understanding buzzwords like blockchain and APIs may be less important than understanding how fintech can help corporates better manage data and confront issues including compliance and regulation.
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