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Financial management confronted with new challenges from megatrends
Third-party article from Thorsten Mehltretter, head of automotive, transport and logistics
9 September 2017, Börsen-Zeitung
The automotive and supplier industry is about to reinvent itself: electric mobility, the transformation of car producers (OEM) to providers of car sharing and related mobile services as well as independent driving systems and connected services require a maximum of willingness for change. Executive managers of the automotive and supplier industry expect innovative solutions for financing, risk management and transaction banking from their treasurers and their banking partners.
How do the government incentives for E-mobility work?
ING DiBa Economic Research
The fight for the design of the automotive market of the future is in full swing. Initiated by the diesel scandal in Germany, a highly active discussion about driving technologies in the future, potential job losses, retrofits and driving bans has been started. The diesel has been losing faith and battery electric cars became the celebrated choice for the future.
Six million electric cars in 2030 – illusion or reality?
ING DiBa Economic Research
The automotive industry is experiencing a radical change. For over one century, vehicles with fossil fueled engines have dominated the car market. The vigorous technological development and the increasing focus on the environmental impact of products though, open new space and requirements for innovative sources of energy. Batterie electric driving is having a lead position in this development.
Breakthrough of electric vehicle threatens European car industry
ING Economics Department • July 2017
Concern about the environmental impact of cars, emission regulations and improved battery technology have led to renewed interest in electric cars. A number of battery electric cars have been released such as the Nissan Leaf, Renault ZOE, BMW i3 and Tesla Model S. The Tesla in particular has demonstrated that rethinking the concept of a battery electric car, can lead to a more competitive vehicle. This has convinced other car manufacturers that BEVs are the way forward.
Automotive sector: Innovative business models change the treasury
The treasurer – 21 June 2017
The automotive and supplier industry is undergoing a radical transformation. E-mobility and independent driving represent only two developments that challenge the whole sector. These developments also affect the day-to-day work in the treasury departments.
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Dr. Thorsten Mehltretter
Head of Automotive, Transport & Logistics
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