HCOB study on the potential of PPAs
The coronavirus pandemic can only slow power purchase agreements down for a short time
April 1, 2021
June 4, 2021
Hamburg Commercial Bank (HCOB) is once again sponsor of the Hamburg European Open. This year, in addition to the traditional men's tournament (12 to 18 July), Hamburg will also host a women's tournament for the first time in 19 years. The stars of the WTA Tour will be back at Rothenbaum from 7 to 11 July. HCOB will be one of the key partners supporting both world-class tennis events.
June 1, 2021
Hamburg Commercial Bank (HCOB) has closed one of the most important infrastructure transactions in fibre roll-out on the Iberian Peninsula. Being mandated by its long-standing client dstelecom, the Hamburg-based bank structured the expansion financing, which will be Portugal's leading private open-access fibre-optic network operator capable of providing a total of one million connections.
May 18, 2021
nCino, Inc. (NASDAQ: NCNO), a pioneer in cloud banking and digital transformation solutions for the global financial services industry, today announced that Hamburg Commercial Bank (HCOB) will deploy the nCino Bank Operating System® as part of its IT modernisation in the course of its digital transformation.
June 17, 2021
Bitcoin in El Salvador: Small country, big experiment
Bitcoin is not a currency, is the standard criticism directed at the crypto token. But the Central American country of El Salvador doesn't care and is allowing Bitcoin to become legal tender. This experiment may have big implications, both in terms of El Salvador's economy and geopolitically.
June 10, 2021
Inflation: Worry is appropriate, panic is not
It's the question that's preoccupying the financial markets: Are we on the road to stagflation? The shortage of materials reported by many companies seems to point that way. In our view, however, we are mainly dealing with sectoral and temporary problems.
May 27, 2021
Asia lags behind
The recent rise in the Ifo index to a two-year high, new record highs on the stock markets and falling Corona figures suggest that the global economy is booming. A look at Asia, traditionally the region associated with the strongest growth, shows that this is only true to a limited extent. For the ECB and the Fed, therefore, the objective is clear: stay the course.