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Central Banker Report Cards 2017

Central Banker Report Cards 2017

In our October issue, Global Finance presents its latest annual grading of the world's central bank governors. Here, we present the nine who received an "A" grade in 2017: those from Australia, Honduras, Israel, Lebanon, Morocco, Paraguay, Russia, Taiwan and the United States. 

World's Safest Banks 2017 | A Measure of Safety

World's Safest Banks 2017 | A Measure of Safety

Banks come, go, merge and split, but our annual Safest bank ratings provide a consistent measure of bank stability. Read ahead to find out the top 50 global banks and other rankings.

Q&A With Bank of Ireland: Digital For Long-term Gains

Q&A With Bank of Ireland: Digital For Long-term Gains

Garvan Callan, Director, strategy, digital and innovation at Bank of Ireland  talks to Global Finance about the bank's exponentially growing digital footprint, products that are doing well and the technologies the bank is focusing on to drive its digital customer growth and experience.

Q&A With Scotiabank: Building Digital Factories

Q&A With Scotiabank: Building Digital Factories

Shawn Rose, executive vice president, digital banking, Scotiabank talks To Global Finance about its digital efforts in Pacific Alliance countries and its startegy of forming  'Digital Factories'.

Global Finance’s Central Banker Report Cards 2017

The Central Banker Report Cards, published annually by Global Finance since 1994, grade the central bank governors of 83 key countries and the European Union.

The heads of the Central Banks of Australia, Honduras, Israel, Lebanon, Morocco, Paraguay, Russia, Taiwan and the United States received a prestigious “A” grade this year. In addition, the Central Bankers of Brazil, the Dominican Republic and Jordan earned “A-” grades. 

Global Finance Names The World’s Best Global Banks 2017

Global Finance magazine has announced its World’s Best Global Banks 2017 Awards. For the first st time ever, Global Finance has named the Best Bank In The World. The winner is ING.

The annual listing also includes the World’s Best Corporate and Consumer banks, as well as the Best Banks worldwide for Emerging Markets, Frontier Markets, Derivatives and Subcustody—which are being announced here for the rst time. Also included are the previously announced 2017 Global Winners for Islamic Finance, Investment Banking, Cash Management, Global Custody, Trade Finance, Supply Chain Finance and Foreign Exchange.