As analytics aimed at helping companies make use of all their data proliferate, companies worldwide are embracing these new technologies and finding ever-more-innovative ways to use them. Those that fail to do so risk being left on the sidelines.
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Corporate Cash | Corporate Asset Management
Corporate treasurers, a cautious lot, are taking baby steps to add risk.
Corporate Cash | Money Market Funds
Despite plenty of corporate pushback, the SEC’s controversial money market reform will be more headache than hardship for corporate investors.
NEW YORK, August 24, 2015 — Global Finance magazine has named the heads of the Central Banks of the Czech Republic, the European Union, India, Israel, Malaysia, Paraguay, Peru, the Philippines, and Taiwan as the World’s Best Central Bankers over the past year, in recognition of their achievement of a prestigious “A” grade on Global Finance’s Central Banker Report Cards.
NEW YORK, August 19, 2015 — Global Finance magazine has announced its World’s Best Banks 2015 Awards. The annual listing includes the best bank worldwide for emerging markets, frontier markets, global custody, subcustody and Islamic Finance, which are being announced here for the first time, as well as the previously announced awards for corporate, consumer and investment banking, asset management for corporates, cash management, trade finance and foreign exchange.
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