A new adventure. The same old values.

After careful consideration of our role in the banking and financial sectors, we have decided on a more suitable image for our brand. From tomorrow, Moneta International will transition to Brüc + Bond.
A new adventure. The same old values.

Regulatory Aid to Africa: A Mutually Beneficial Realignment

The EU has the opportunity to assist in the growth and success of developing nations, as well as providing themselves with new growth and success. The relationship between the European Union and Africa is mutually beneficial, and as a result, favorably benefits the rest of the world.
Regulatory Aid to Africa: A Mutually Beneficial Realignment
High-Risk Travel Websites: Should We Regulate?

High-Risk Travel Websites: Should We Regulate?

A set of ethical principles must be developed that do not allow travel websites to promote false or misleading advertisements. All ‘hidden fees’ must be included in the total price of what customers are expected to pay. Users must be safe and treated fairly. This goes without saying.
Banks Must Prepare for a Changing European Labour Market

Banks Must Prepare for a Changing European Labour Market

Since the turn of the millennium, the freelance sector in Europe has seen significant growth. With ongoing legal and demographic changes, that growth is set to continue. Banks face a stark choice – adapt or lose a large chunk of their customer base. It’s obvious which will do them the most long-term good.

Can Banks Rise to the Challenge of Cross-Border Business?

Working across borders is a complicated, messy business. The biggest companies can rely on their special status to get them the services they need, but this doesn’t help SMEs. Specialised banking could fill this gap and provide a unique selling point to make smaller banks stand out from the pack.
Can Banks Rise to the Challenge of Cross-Border Business?

Is it Time to Standardise Compliance?

The Berlin Group has taken initiative to streamline API standardization. It provides a powerful leadership force that should be considered by all sectors of finance. If more organizations could begin to take these initiatives in standardization processes, the global financial system would run more smoothly and ensure safety and clarity to businesses, merchants and customers alike.
Is it Time to Standardise Compliance?