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PelicanPay partners with Starling Bank to deliver pan-European small business and merchant payments services
03 JUNE 2019
PelicanPay partnership with Starling Banking Services follows recent FCA Accreditation, bolstering its business invoice to payables automation and merchant payments services.
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ARTICLE | INTERNATIONAL BANKER
Raising the red flag on TBML
09 MAY 2019
How AI technology can support banks in efficient, effective monitoring for TBML indicators.
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ARTICLE | THE GLOBAL TREASURER
OFAC: Taking their foot off the gas?
27 MARCH 2019
Colin Camp, Senior Director - Business Development & Sales, APAC at Pelican, explores the drop in penalties issued to banks and corporates by the Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) and asks, if the trend continues, if it’s appropriate to scale back trade compliance efforts as a result.
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PRESS RELEASE
Pelican expands pan-European Open Banking API interoperability
27 MARCH 2019
Pelican API Interoperability solution offers comprehensive and seamless API interoperability with support for the six most popular API standards.
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ARTICLE | FINEXTRA
The Limits of API Aggregation—how ‘interoperability’ can solve the fragmentation challenge
26 MARCH 2019
Open Banking is a powerful opportunity for both established banks and new fintech market entrants to develop and deliver impactful and empowering payments and financial services to consumers and businesses alike. It has been estimated that PSD2 has the potential to create a revenue opportunity of at least £7.2bn by 2022 across retail and small-business markets.
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ARTICLE | THE GLOBAL TREASURER
Is treasury missing the artificial intelligence opportunity?
13 FEBRUARY 2019
Artificial intelligence has the potential to help treasurers deal with regulation changes, increasingly demanding customers and continuing globalisation, yet uptake of the technology remains low. Is this a missed opportunity or is it just a matter of time before AI is commonplace across treasury functions?
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