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We evaluate the increasingly global scope of corporate cards and how and when companies can integrate their purchasing and expense card programs. A HOUSE OF CARDS By Karen Kroll Companies are consolidating purchasing and expense card programs and are starting...
Global Finance looks at the growth of securities lending in emerging markets and what it means for holders of EM securities. JUMPING THROUGH HOOPS By Kathryn Tully In the hunt for demand and revenue, securities lending in emerging markets sounds perfect, b...
“For the first time in regulatory history, we have a truly global minimum standard for bank liquidity,” announced the head of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, Bank of England governor Mervyn King, during a news conference in Basel, Switzerland, in January...
Collaborative projects between banks and technology service providers are changing the face of transaction banking. BUILD OR BUY? By Rebecca Brace As regulation and competition in the transaction banking space spur higher levels of technology investment, bank...
Mergers and acquisitions could gain traction in 2013, following a disappointing year for dealmaking activity in 2012. CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS By Gordon Platt Mergers and acquisitions could gain traction in 2013, following a dis...
“Temporary capital controls might prove useful,” Christine Lagarde said to the audience gathered at the Malaysian Economic Association in Kuala Lumpur in November. MILESTONES: IMF By Luca Ventura “Temporary capital controls might prove useful,” Christin...
Global Finance’s editor-on-the-ground reports back from the recent SWIFT Sibos conference in Osaka, Japan. UNCHARTED WATERS By Denise Bedell At SWIFT’s annual Sibos conference in October, corporates were treated to a range of presentations on topics as di...
As treasurers seek to optimize liquidity and working capital, cash and trade solutions are increasingly being married. THE STARS ALIGN By Rebecca Brace As treasurers seek to optimize liquidity and working capital, cash and trade solutions are increasingly in ...
With all eyes on the much larger Spain and Italy, Slovenia might actually turn out to be the next eurozone country in line for a bailout. MILESTONES:SLOVENIA By Valentina Pasquali With all eyes on the much larger Spain and Italy, Slovenia might actually turn ...
Global Finance unveils its annual list of the best banks globally, regionally and by country.   DIAMONDS IN THE ROUGH By Gordon Platt, Thomas Clouse, Jonathan Gregson & Antonio Guerrero The World’s Best Banks undoubtedly have flaws, but t...
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