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NORD/LB

With total assets worth 164 billion euros and 6,450 employees, NORD/LB is one of the ten biggest banks in Germany. Its registered offices in Hanover, Magdeburg and Braunschweig prove that the bank has retained its roots in the federal states of Lower Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt, which hold legal and economic responsibility for the bank. As a commercial bank, NORD/LB provides an attractive and comprehensive offering of financial services to private, corporate and institutional customers as well as to the public sector, in Northern Germany and well beyond this core region. For example, NORD/LB participates in the structured financing of international projects, particularly in the areas of energy, infrastructure, shipping, aircraft and real estate.

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The global coronavirus pandemic has far-reaching implications for every aspect of the economy, and fintech is already feeling some of the consequences of the escalating crisis. From canceled events to shrinking opportunities for fundraising, we’re talking through some of the biggest challenges this crisis will present to the industry. We’re also highlighting the areas of opportunity unique to fintech as the situation continues to evolve.

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Applied Data Science in Fintech

Article | March 26, 2020

Under the supervision of Dr. Mario Gillrich and Maria Pelli, this course explores how new entrants in banking and finance are leveraging new technologies and methodologies to help traditional banks, their corporate clients and consumers use data and algorithms to better manage their financial operations and processes.

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AI in Banking – An Analysis of America’s 7 Top Banks

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While tech giants tend to hog the limelight on the cutting-edge of technology, AI in banking and other facets of the financial sector is showing signs of interest and adoption even among the banking incumbents. Discussions in the media around the emergence of AI in the banking industry range from the topic of automation and its potential to cut countless jobs to startup acquisitions.

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Will financial institutions make the SRDII deadline

Article | March 26, 2020

With barely six months remaining before the September 2020 deadline for European Commission’s implementing regulation 2018/1212 for Shareholder Rights Directive II (SRDII), firms operating as financial intermediaries are focused on planning for compliance. SRDII is aimed to improve corporate governance in EU member states. The European parliament published SRDII in May 2017 as an amending directive to 2007 SRDI, aimed to strengthen the position of shareholders and to improve shareholder influence on corporate governance and other factors in companies that are either traded in the EU’s regulated markets or have a registered office in any of the member states of EU.

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NORD/LB

With total assets worth 164 billion euros and 6,450 employees, NORD/LB is one of the ten biggest banks in Germany. Its registered offices in Hanover, Magdeburg and Braunschweig prove that the bank has retained its roots in the federal states of Lower Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt, which hold legal and economic responsibility for the bank. As a commercial bank, NORD/LB provides an attractive and comprehensive offering of financial services to private, corporate and institutional customers as well as to the public sector, in Northern Germany and well beyond this core region. For example, NORD/LB participates in the structured financing of international projects, particularly in the areas of energy, infrastructure, shipping, aircraft and real estate.

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