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Features : Best Banks In Project Finance 2006

Annual survey/ world’s best project finance banks Global Finance selects the winners from among the leading banks that create and implement financing plans for major projects around the world. The project finance market is buzzing with activity, especially in Europe, ...

Cover Story : 2006 World’s Best Banks

ANNUAL SURVEY/ WORLD’S BEST BANKS As the global economy continues to be challenged by rising interest rates and oil prices, banks are under increasing pressure to provide more sophisticated levels of service spanning multiple markets for less. The need to ...

Features : The World's Best Sub-Custodians

Global Finance turns the spotlight on the specialized providers of services that make global investing possible. The value of a good sub-custodian becomes apparent not only when an investor wants to buy a foreign security but more so when he ...

Features : Best Investment Banks

Annual Survey: Investment Banks Best investment banks The biggest wave of mergers and acquisitions since 2000 and record worldwide underwriting of securities are producing strong gains in revenue and earnings at the leading investment banks. The banks also are making ...

Features : The Best Emerging Market Banks 2006

In our 13th annual survey of top banking performers in emerging markets, we name those banks that are turning in the best performance for both their shareholders and their customers. Emerging markets continue to present both opportunities and challenges for ...

Features : World’s Best Treasury Providers

Global Finance selects the best treasury and cash management banks, globally and by region, and the best providers of treasury management systems and services by category. With companies casting their nets further afield for growth opportunities, there is increasing pressure ...

Features : World’s Best Trade Finance Banks 2006

Global Finance selects the leaders in a specialized area of finance that is undergoing a jarring transformation. Shifting global trade patterns and stronger supply chains linking the Wal-Marts of the world with their overseas suppliers are challenging trade finance banks ...

Features : World’s Best Foreign Exchange Banks 2006

GLOBAL FINANCE SELECTS THE LEADERS IN THE WORLD’S BIGGEST FINANCIAL MARKET. The many barrels of ink spent on explaining China’s 2.1% revaluation of the yuan last July—and the ongoing effort of the Group of 7 industrial countries to force a ...

Features : World’s Best Foreign Exchange Banks 2006

Annual Survey GLOBAL WINNER Deutsche Bank title North — America Citigroup Western Europe — Deutsche Bank (Honorable Mention: UBS and HSBC) Asia-Pacific — HSBC Southeast Asia — DBS Central & Eastern Europe — Bank Austria Creditanstalt Latin America — Citigroup ...

Features : The World’s Best Derivatives Providers

As the use of derivatives for risk management and cash management continues to grow dramatically, the opportunities and challenges for providers are multiplying. Global Finance’s second annual awards for the World’s Best Derivatives Providers recognize the banks that have excelled ...

Features : Best Internet Banks Conference Report

Internet Banking Conference and Awards Ceremony Global Finance brings together leading figures from the Internet banking world to discuss the future of the market. Jorge Vargas, W3 On November 8, 2005, Global Finance presented its inaugural Internet Banking Conference. The ...

Award Winners : The World’s Best Internet Banks, 2005 Part 2

Regional Winners NORTH AMERICA Best Corporate/Institutional Internet Bank — Wells Fargo Best Consumer Internet Bank — Bank of America EUROPE Best Corporate/Institutional Internet Bank — RZB Best Consumer Internet Bank — Citigroup ASIA/PACIFIC Best Corporate/Institutional Internet Bank— DBS Bank Best ...

Features : World’s Best Internet Banks Awards: Part 2

Online security issues have taken center stage over the past year, presenting banks with greater challenges in retaining online customers and attracting new ones. Amid blaring headlines, customer concern and new regulatory action regarding the security of customers’ financial information ...

Award Winners : World’s Best Derivatives Providers 2005

Best Derivatives Providers NORTH AMERICA Best Commodity Derivatives Provider — Morgan Stanley Best Credit Derivatives Provider — JPMorgan Best Equity Derivatives Provider — Citigroup Best FX Derivatives Provider — Deutsche Bank Best Interest Rate Derivatives Provider — Morgan Stanley EUROPE ...

Features : Best Banks in Project Finance 2005

Global Finance selects the winners from among the leading banks that create and implement financing plans for major projects around the world. Project finance activity worldwide has cooled significantly from the fever pitch of 2004, with China largely absent from ...

Cover Story : The World’s Best Companies 2005

The eighth annual survey of the World’s Best Companies profiles the global leaders and the top regional players. Most of the world’s top companies are having another good year. For many, revenues and profits have been setting new records. Truly ...

Award Winners : The World’s Best Companies 2005

Best Global Companies AIRLINES — Singapore Airlines CEO: Chew Choon Seng AUTOMOTIVE — BMW Chairman and CEO: Helmut Panke BEVERAGES — PepsiCo Chairman and CEO: Steven S. Reinemund CHEMICALS — BASF Chairman: Jürgen Hambrecht COMPUTER HARDWARE — Apple Computer CEO: ...

Features : World’s Best Banks 2005

Awards Ceremony In September, Global Finance conducted its eighth Annual Best Banks Awards ceremony during the Annual Meetings of the IMF/World Bank in Washington, DC. A record number of the world’s leading bankers were present to accept their award certificates. ...

Cover Story : 2005 World’s Best Banks

Annual Survey The biggest banks in the world have performed like well-oiled money-creating machines this year, generating billions of dollars of profits on a quarterly basis. The risks to the global economy from rising oil prices and interest rates, however, ...

Award Winners : The World’s Best Banks 2005

The World’s Best Banks GLOBAL Corporate Bank Citigroup Consumer Bank HSBC Private Bank UBS Asset Management State Street Global Advisors Custody The Bank of New York Investment Bank Goldman Sachs Trade Finance BNP Paribas Foreign Exchange Deutsche Bank Sub-Custody HSBC ...