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Euromoney Transaction Services Releases e-Guide to Five Key Trends Shaping the Global Transaction Banking Industry

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 04/07/14 -- Euromoney Transaction Services, the online news and analysis channel dedicated to the global transaction banking industry, has launched "5 Key Trends in Global Transaction Banking". The e-guide provides an overview of some of the main trends that have helped shape and define the global transaction banking industry.

Transaction banking has finally come of age and is perhaps the most important development of all, but within this there are certain trends shaping the global cash and payments landscape as never before.

In Euromoney's "5 Key Trends in Global Transaction Banking" e-Guide, we explore:

  • How the new regulatory environment is affecting change among financial institutions, and the unintended consequences that can follow.
  • The meteoric rise of crypto-currencies such as Bitcoin.
  • Why cash management has become the business to be in.
  • The new look of corporate banking.

Please visit to download "5 Key Trends in Transaction Banking" e-guide.

For more information about Euromoney Transaction Services, please contact:
[email protected].

About Euromoney
Euromoney is the leading international banking and finance magazine, providing authoritative global coverage of corporate and investment banking, private banking, capital markets, derivatives and treasury.

About Euromoney Transaction Services
Euromoney Transaction Services is a dedicated online channel providing the best in news, opinion and analysis of the major trends and developments impacting the global transaction banking industry.

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