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Macro and Market, Dossier Covid-19

The Age of Disorder

The traumatic year we’re living through is destined for the history books but may also mark the end of a 40-year economic era, a move away from globalisaiton, and the start of a more volatile, uncertain period. flow’s Graham Buck assesses the evidence

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  • Trade finance

    A Guide to Trade Finance

    To mark Deutsche Bank’s 150 anniversary and Trade Finance being its founding business, we proudly present our Guide to Trade Finance, outlining the fundamental practices and rules critical to the trade finance industry’s ongoing functioning and future development READ MORE
  • Securities Services

    Planning for the people

    India´s government aims to make the country a US$5trn economy by 2024. Janet Du Chenne talks to Sundeep Sikka about Nippon Life India Asset Management’s plans to harness the growth story through long-term savings plans and leveraging education and new technologies READ MORE
  • Technology, Cash Management

    From the engine room

    Almost overnight, Deutsche Bank relocated more than 65.000 of its employees to working from home locations ahead of Covid-19 lockdown. flow reports on operational resilience and business continuity management READ MORE

DOSSIER Sustainable Finance

  • Trade Finance, Companies

    Sustainable latex from Cameroon

    Allegations related to environmental and social issues in Halcyon Agri’s Cameroon rubber plantations attracted unwelcome headlines until they were addressed through its Corrie MacColl subsidiary. flow's Clarissa Dann reports on how sustainable finance is helping the firm set industry standards in rubber READ MORE
  • Macro and markets, Dossier Covid-19

    How ESG grew up during the pandemic

    The Covid-19 crisis is refocusing the way investors view environmental, social and governance measures, reshaping their purely altruistic intentions towards performance based metrics. Corporates’ priorities have also changed since the pandemic began. flow’s Janet Du Chenne looks at the drivers of these shifts in attitudes and what shape ESG will take in the new normal READ MORE
  • Trust and agency services

    Renewable energy comes of age

    Following the success of the blockbuster anti-cancer drug DARZALEX (daratumumab), Genmab is developing a pipeline of proprietary antibodies. Anthony Pagano, the Danish firm’s new CFO, tells flow’s Janet Du Chenne how the company’s US capital raising fits that strategy READ MORE

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TECHNOLOGY

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  • Technology

    Tomorrow’s technology today

    As organisations grow, so do their layers of legacy systems. In a world of instant payments and real-time treasury management, how can banks keep up? Clarissa Dann reports on how Deutsche Bank Corporate Bank is addressing this READ MORE
  • Technology

    Technology versus virus

    Disruption caused by Covid-19 has pivoted the world towards technology to keep things moving. Given some technology trends will endure beyond the pandemic, flow ’s Janet Du Chenne examines how they could be managed to support a sustainable recovery READ MORE
  • Technology

    Balancing technology transfer

    The We in Social Tech business accelerator, co-founded by Deutsche Bank’s corporate social responsibility Made for Good programme, has powered many fledgling businesses headed by female tech founders. Neil Jensen reports on their journey READ MORE

TRADE FINANCE

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  • Trade finance, Technology

    Trade and the blockchain – where are we now?

    What common thread links shipments of dairy products to China, wheat from the United States (US) to Indonesia and sugar cane from Asia to Africa? They were all supported by trade finance completed via blockchain. flow ’s Clarissa Dann provides an update on this technology’s journey towards mainstream adoption READ MORE
  • Trade finance

    Step into liquidity

    As the Covid-19 pandemic wreaks havoc on economies and communities – and ultimately global trade, what is the impact on trade finance and supply chains? Geoffrey Wynne explains READ MORE
  • Trade finance

    Saving Trade

    As Covid-19 disrupts societies and economies, demand for trade finance remains strong. Banks can support their corporate and financial institution clients throughout this turbulent time through the with the use of low-credit risk products and strong client relationships, explains Deutsche Bank’s Russell Brown READ MORE

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  • Podcast

    The Big ESG Idea: Defining the licence to operate

    Gerald Podobnik, Head of Sustainability, Deutsche Bank Corporate Bank on viewing ESG as a strategic imperative READ MORE
  • Podcast

    Episode 4

    The fourth episode features highlights from flow’s H1 2020 issue, including a cover story on how the spirit of innovation ensures business as usual in corporate treasury at Merck, and an exclusive interview with Honeywell’s Severine Le Blevennec on leading treasury transformation

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  • Podcast

    Episode 3

    In our third episode, we explore how Covid-19 continues to test the most resilient of business continuity plans, and Thomas Larsen, Head of Investor Relations at Astra Zeneca shares his insights on engaging investors during a time of crisis

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DOSSIER COVID-19

REGULATION

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SECURITIES SERVICES

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MACRO AND MARKETS

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TRUST & AGENCY SERVICES

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  • Trust and agency services

    Antibody builders

    Following the success of the blockbuster anti-cancer drug DARZALEX (daratumumab), Genmab is developing a pipeline of proprietary antibodies. Anthony Pagano, the Danish firm’s new CFO, tells flow’s Janet Du Chenne how the company’s US capital raising fits that strategy READ MORE
  • TRUST AND AGENCY SERVICES

    Renewable energy comes of age

    Changing dynamics of renewable energy in Europe have upended the market in the past decade as new buyers, investors and technology enter the fray. Janet du Chenne reports on investor enthusiasm, and forecasts what to expect from the next 10 years READ MORE
  • TRUST AND AGENCY SERVICES

    Digital homes

    eNotes are driving the surge in digital mortgages for residential housing. BAML’s Eileen Albus tells Janet Du Chenne how new innovations are helping to improve the consumer experience and lower lenders’ costs READ MORE

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