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ING wins 'Best Bank In The World' award for 2017

ING wins 'Best Bank In The World' award for 2017

Koos Timmermans, CFO of ING, winner of our first Best Bank In The World award, speaks with Global Finance Magazine editor Andrea Fiano about how his bank succeeded in establishing a global footprint by following its clients, and the lesson that ING took from fintechs: focus on the user experience.

KfW 'World's Safest Bank' for 2017

KfW 'World's Safest Bank' for 2017

Lutz-Christian Funke, executive director of KfW, The World’s Safest Bank for several consecutive years, discusses with GFMag editor Andrea Fiano Germany’s political balancing act and economic stability, Europe’s refugee problem, and KfW’s collaborations with other European banks and political agencies.

Top 10 Safest Banks In Europe

The full exclusive survey will be published in the November 2017 issue as part of the publication’s 26th annual ranking of the World’s Safest Banks.

Safest 25 Commercial Banks In The World

The full exclusive survey will be published in the November 2017 issue as part of the publication’s 26th annual ranking of the World’s Safest Banks.

Best Bank In The World | Q&A with ING CEO

Best Bank In The World | Q&A with ING CEO

ING CEO Ralph Hamers talks to Global Finance about what it has taken for the bank to turnaround after the financial crisis, its digital strategy and the changes expected to disrupt the banking system in future.

Top 10 Safest Banks In Middle East For 2017

Global Finance has named the Safest Islamic financial institutions in the Gulf Cooperation Council  (GCC) and the safest banks in the middle east in an exclusive survey to be published in the November 2017 issue.

Top 25 Safest Banks In Emerging Markets

Global Finance has named the top 50 safest banks in the emerging markets. The full survey will be published in Global Finance's November 2017 issue.

2017 Global Cash 25

2017 Global Cash 25

Companies keep increasing their stashes of cash. A rise in the cost of new debt and much-discussed but much-delayed tax reform in the US might finally turn that trend around in 2017—or not.    

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.