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According to the latest PwC ranking, the UAE has the world’s simplest corporate tax regime while Venezuela has the most burdensome. Ireland has the simplest in Europe, Canada in North America, and Chile in Latin America. In Asia-Pacific, Australia has the simplest tax...
After his $250 million purchase of the Washington Post, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos won't have to contend with—the bane of many a corporate exec right now—an underfunded pension plan. A rare example of a company with an overfunded plan, The Post stands out as many ...
    Outside established financial markets such as China, India, Singapore and Hong Kong, countries like Bangladesh, Cambodia and Tajikistan hold a lot of promise in terms of their future growth and investment potential, but companies in these frontier m...
  As investors seek to swap out low-return corporate debt for assets with better returns, corporates could benefit by using their cash piles to reduce outstanding debt. By Rob Daly After about six years of quantitative easing (QE) by the US Federal Rese...
  Banks have long argued that the more capital they are required to hold, the less capital they will have to lend. But critics argue that a bank’s capital position weighs very little in decisions to lend, and better-capitalized banks are actually b...
The quantitative easing launched in recent years by the central banks of the United States, the eurozone and Japan is entering a new phase. In the United States, the Fed will reduce the total amount of monthly investments in Treasuries and other fixed-income instruments...
Global Finance’s annual awards honor the leaders in supply chain finance services and solutions.     UNLOCKING HIDDEN POTENTIAL By Anita Hawser and Paula L. Green Global Finance presents the winners of its annual awards for the Best Supply Ch...
A GLOBAL CONNECTION   SWIFT’s annual Sibos conference is just around the corner, and this year attendees will gather in Dubai. With Middle Eastern companies following the trend now seen in many emerging markets and increasing the sophistication of their treas...
STEALING THE SHOW By Gordon Platt   Middle East banks say they are catching up to the global transaction banks, and in some cases winning greater market share by delivering solutions that meet the specific needs of companies doing business across the region....
THE NEW NORMAL By Hilary Johnson More companies than ever are launching supply-chain finance programs to reduce costs, ensure the stability of their supply chains and improve working capital efficiency. And growing competition among program vendors is making it ea...
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