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SEXY AND SOPHISTICATED   By Anita Hawser   Oiling the wheels of global trade has never been more important, particularly as regulation and capital constraints challenge banks' commitment to the business.   Collaborative B2B platforms a...
THE STARS SHINE BRIGHT   By Kathryn Tully   For its anniversary issue, Global Finance crunched the numbers to come up with the institutions that have won our World's Best Bank awards most often over the past 16 years. Presenting The Winners' Circl...
The country is poised for growth, but must make further reforms to reach its potential.   GREAT EXPECTATIONS By Justin Keay The government has lofty aspirations for Turkish growth, but reform and demographic development are necessary for the nationâ...
Bank-independent providers are partnering with regional banks as SCF grows in southern corridor trade.   THE NEW SILK ROAD By Anita Hawser Supply chain finance is becoming a critical tool in funding fast-growing Southern corridor trade. The anc...
Global Finance presents its 19th annual awards for the best banks in the developed and emerging markets. SEEKING STABILITY ByThomas Clouse, Jonathan Gregson, Antonio Guerrero & Gordon Platt Global Finance presents its 19th annual awards for the bestban...
Global Finance presents an update to its annual ranking of the World’s Safest Banks. SEA CHANGE By Andrew Cunningham Global Finance presents a half-year update to its annual ranking of The World’s Safest Banks. The safest banks in the world are st...
With end-dates for migration to SEPA now firmly set by the EC, corporates and banks are finally getting on board.   BINDING COMMITMENT By Anita Hawser The EC has finally announced a legally binding end-date for SEPA migration. Now companies and thei...
With the European Central Bank temporarily suspending the use of Greek bonds as collateral in return for loans (repurchase, or repo, agreements) and regulators forcing market participants to back more of their exposures with assets, repo market participants are calli...
After months of conjecture, Sri Lanka’s central bank announced on February 9 that it would no longer defend the rupee at a particular level—in effect, allowing it to float. MILESTONES:SRI LANKA ByKim Iskyan After months of conjecture, Sri Lanka’s cen...
Mongolia’s economy grew at a record-setting pace in 2011, bringing optimism for improved living standards—and concerns about overheating. MILESTONES:MONGOLIA ByThomas Clouse Mongolia’s economy grew at a record-setting pace in 2011, bringing optimism ...
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