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Banks connect capital to entrepreneurial visions

Banks offer many ways to promote and support the transition to a sustainable economy. It is in your best interest to strategically integrate sustainability into your business activities and expand the range of innovative green financing instruments.

by Marco Schoneveld, Manager Trade Finance Services Corporate Sales sowie Sustainability Representative, ING Wholesale Banking Germany and Austria

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What Green Financing really means

Until now, companies have discussed whether or not they can afford to be more sustainable. Today, they are more interested in the added value sustainable business practices can deliver. The Treasury has the instruments to answer these questions with numbers.

Guest article from Stefanie Flora, Vice President International Clients
June 16th, 2017, Der Treasurer 03/2017

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Financing Possibilities- The Development of the Energy Transition

Business models of municipal utilities have changed enormously in the last 20 years. New markets have been established in all core business areas, especially those operated by energy networks, energy trade and power generation.

Expert statement from Christian Schulz, Head of Utilities-Power & Renewables
May 8, 2017 – energiespektrum.de

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How Virtual Payment Tools help Treasurers

Most Treasurers today wrestle with the challenge of paying suppliers within agreed timescales, and yet being targeted to increase cash flow and working capital. Now there is a new and effective way to solve that conundrum, as well as offering other important benefits for the company: virtual payment tools.

Guest article by Remko Streng, Head of Transaction Services Sales
March 24, 2017 – DerTreasurer 01/2017

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Digitalization in Corporate Banking: Where is it headed and how can we prepare for the future?

After the introduction of the EU Payment Services Directive PSD 2, banks must establish interface functions that enable third-party providers to arrange payments. Kate Pohl explains how significant this move is in her guest commentary.

Guest Commentary by Kate Pohl, Head of Payments Innovation
February 21, 2017, Management Circle’s Banking Blog

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