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Macro and markets

Climbing out of Covid: Nearly there?

Good news on the vaccine front suggests some form of normality could return sooner rather than later. However, scalability, distribution priorities, and trust in governments are among the factors that will determine the speed. flow’s Clarissa Dann shares insights from Deutsche Bank Research

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    March to change

    Clarissa Dann meets Group Treasurer Soumyo Dutta at the Reliance Industries Mumbai headquarters to discover more about its rapid organic growth, its journey to debt-free status, and how its treasury has aligned along the way READ MORE
  • 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

DOSSIER Sustainable Finance

  • Macro and markets

    ESG investing: roots to return

    Covid-19 has changed the way investors view ESG, focusing more on performance than altruistic merit. flow’s Janet Du Chenne analyses Deutsche Bank research on what investors look for and the trends shaping the tools for predicting return READ MORE
  • Macro and markets

    An ESG lens to identify r!sk

    Balance sheets and bottom lines are vital tools, but do they show a company’s biggest risks? Elizabeth Pfeuti reports on how Covid-19 has forced the C-suite to pay more attention to environmental, social and governance themes, so their businesses can survive READ MORE
  • Macro and markets

    ESG on the ground

    As climate change voices shout louder than ever, flow reports on how engagement in society could turn the tide with examples of recent transactions, reflects on further Sibos 2020 ESG discussions, and highlights Deutsche Bank Research findings on blockchain as a sustainability enabler READ MORE

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  • Technology

    Two contrasting tech battles

    While China bids for dominance in digital technology and to become the world’s AI superpower the West’s attention is distracted by policing its tech giants, write flow’s Janet Du Chenne and Graham Buck READ MORE
  • 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

TRADE FINANCE

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  • Trade Finance

    A new philosophy for re-building global trade

    Global value chains play a central role in the functioning of the global economy – fostering job creation, prosperity, innovation and investment. But how can they meet the challenges of a post-pandemic world? flow reports from the ICC International Trade and Prosperity Week READ MORE
  • Trade Finance

    Redefining the supply chain finance landscape

    As Covid-19 dislocates supply chains in Southeast Asia, corporates are turning to supply chain finance to maintain their liquidity. Chito Santiago of the Asset talks to Zandy Ip and Daniel Tan about how anchor buyers are supporting their suppliers READ MORE
  • Trade finance

    Financing trade’s recovery

    While Covid-19 has shaken trade and trade finance, the industry has the essentials to ride out the storm. The key is to build on momentum gathered since the outbreak and build out the framework for the industry’s long-term digital evolution, explains Deutsche Bank’s Russell Brown READ MORE

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  • Macro and markets

    Changing course on Capitol Hill?

    Although the 2020 US Election results indicate a Biden/Harris victory, the path to the White House is less than straightforward. flow´s Clarissa Dann takes a look at the next steps, and how the results have impacted the economy, markets and central bank policy so far READ MORE
  • Macro and markets

    All change on Capitol Hill?

    With the US Election result too close to call after a record turn-out by the American people, all eyes are on how its electoral system arrives at choosing a leader and the components of its Congress. flow´s Clarissa Dann explores the economic impact of four potential outcomes READ MORE
  • Macro and markets

    A Hellenic recovery

    After a prolonged bout of austerity, Greece was on track for an economic comeback before Covid-19. flow’s Graham Buck asks whether the pandemic has derailed the recovery, or merely delayed it READ MORE

TRUST & AGENCY SERVICES

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  • Trust and agency services

    European structured finance remains resilient

    Securitisations are going through a volatile period, but markets have begun to stabilise. flow reflects on recent Global ABS and Creditflux discussions and examines Deutsche Bank Research findings to assess the major trends impacting the securitisation markets and the outlook READ MORE
  • Trust and Agency Services

    The personal touch

    Twenty-one years after it was established, the UK-Swedish biopharma company AstraZeneca is one of the first developers of a candidate vaccine against Covid-19 flow's. Janet Du Chenne finds out how a people-centred mindset makes a difference in scientific innovation READ MORE
  • 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

COMPANIES

  • Cash Management, Trade Finance, Companies

    Delivering the world

    While the Covid-19 pandemic has stimulated international delivery demand, fulfilment has been tough within a dislocated transportation network.  Flow’s Clarissa Dann reports on how Deutsche Post DHL Group has stepped up, walks the sustainability walk – and optimises its treasury

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  • Cash management

    Supporting clean mobility

    In December, German automotive component producer Continental agreed a €4bn revolving credit facility with a 27-bank syndicate aligned to sustainability performance. flow’s Clarissa Dann on how the company is navigating Covid-19 and a Tesla-disrupted market place

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  • Trade finance, Companies

    Sustainable latex from Cameroon

    Allegations related to environmental and social issues in Halcyon Agri’s Cameroon rubber plantations attracted headlines until they were addressed through its Corrie MacColl subsidiary. flow´s Clarissa Dann reports on how sustainable finance helps the firm set industry standards in rubber READ MORE
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