Global Finance Magazine
SPACs suffered until recently from a weak IPO market and several failed acquisitions. They're rebounding now.
Corporate treasurers may not be out of a job yet, but they will have to adapt, or at least learn how to work with AI in their businesses.
BNP Paribas, PwC, SAP and EACT release a joint report to address the most important items on treasurers’ agendas and offers insights from the perspective of banks, consultants, software providers and the industry association.
Ignazio Visco, governor of the Bank of Italy since 2011, spoke with Global Finance about global and domestic economic conditions.
India’s banking system, weighted toward state-backed entities, is opening up to private-sector banks to boost competition.
NEWS & FEATURES
By recognizing entrepreneurial talent and encouraging employees to step forward with ideas, banks get a chance to boost innovation from within
Companies keep increasing their stashes of cash. A rise in the cost of new debt and tax reform in the US might finally turn that trend around in 2017—or not.
Peru is expected to invest $1.5 billion in infrastructure for the games.
The country's wealth fund is the largest in the world with a staggering $1 trillion valuation.
Since becoming president in December, Shavkat Mirziyoyev has embraced the West, the IMF and the EBRD normalizing relations with the country after a 10-year freeze.
With an enticing yield of 6.75%, Iraq attracted $6.6 billion in orders for its $1 billion bond issue--the country's first independent bond sale in more than a decade.
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