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  • TraderTrends
    • Oct., 2014

    As the ETF market has experienced major growth in the past 5 years, there has been a similar rise in the use of options on exchange traded products. Options on exchange traded products have traded nearly $40-50bn notional per day over the last year and currently account for 35% of aggregate listed option volume.
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    White Paper
    • Oct., 2014
    While many U.S. companies have already taken advantage of the foreign appetite for U.S. products, the majority of small- and medium-sized enterprises have not ventured beyond U.S. borders. To stay competitive, however, exporting is beginning to look like a business inevitability. Fortunately, there is help. The U.S. government is working with commercial banks to remove any real or perceived hurdles and smooth the path to global expansion.
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    Embracing the Future
    • Oct., 2014
    Ather Williams, Head of Global Payments and GTS Strategy, Global Transaction Services at Bank of Merrill Lynch, tells FX-MM's Peter Garnham why the emergence of non-bank payment providers should be seen as a great opportunity for the industry.
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    White Paper
    • Oct., 2014
    The mid-year 401(k) Wellness Scorecard presents Bank of America Merrill Lynch's analysis of our 401(k) plans (on our proprietary recordkeeping platform) as of June 30, 2014. In this Scorecard, we continue to see positive trends in participant behavior, plan design and technology.
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    White Paper
    • Sep., 2014
    Fraudsters are increasingly targeting companies that conduct online business, employing sophisticated tools designed to compromise your system and surrender control of your computer. To understand actions you can take to help your company reduce the risks associated with fraud, refer to the below online security tips and best practices to get started today.
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    Article
    • Sep., 2014
    Understanding how treasury teams work in the real world is vital if banking technology is to keep up with their demands. Treasury Agenda spoke to John Scully, managing director, Global eChannel Reporting and Receivables, to find out how ethnographic research really works.
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    White Paper
    • Sep., 2014
    A manufacturing renaissance is underway in the U.S., with more than half of U.S.-based manufacturing executives at companies with sales greater than $1 billion considering reshoring from China, according to a new survey by The Boston Consulting Group. Companies are also considering coming back from other formerly low-cost manufacturing countries as well for a number of reasons, including higher labor costs, freight costs, the need for easy collaboration between skilled workers, and tax benefits. This white paper explores the issues surrounding reshoring and the factors managers should consider when planning their own U.S. strategy.
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