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WHO'S REGULATING THE REGULATORS?   By Justin Keay   Regulation tends to be reactionary: Regulators get in on the game after events have already happened. The jury is still out on the effectiveness of a lot of the regulation introduced in the ...
BEHIND EVERY CLOUD...   By Paula Green   Financial scandals, earthquakes, hurricanes, terrorist attacks and tsunamis generated some important lessons for the worlds of insurance and risk management. The challenge now is coming to grips with a...
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...
Asset expropriations in Argentina and Bolivia are a reminder of the risks of doing business in emerging markets.   WAKE-UP CALL By Laurence Neville The expropriation of private assets in Argentina and Bolivia are a stark reminder of the risk of doin...
Corporate demand is rising for insurance to guard against trading partner defaults—particularly in the emerging markets. SEARCHING FOR THE SILVER LINING By Al Modugno The European sovereign debt crisis is causing rates to rise for trade credit insurance,...
China is closely managing its forays into Europe through state-controlled vehicles and corporate investment. WITH A COOL HAND By Laurence Neville China is taking advantage of the European crisis to make strategic investments in the Continent and encourage ...
BRIC BY BRIC MAY 2012  |  VOL. 26 NO. 5   The outgoing president of the World Bank, Robert Zoellick, recently made a statement that we consider particularly relevant to our readers. Zoellick claimed that the World Bank backs the creation of a...
The character of the offshore renminbi market is changing as it experiences rapid growth.   A DIM SUM BANQUET By Arthur Clennam The offshore renminbi market has been growing rapidly, but its character is changing. Were it a new model car, the m...
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...
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