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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...
New feature: Each month we look at a different frontier market and what makes it stand out for growth and investment. WORLD OF OPPORTUNITY By Dan Keeler In a new monthly feature, Global Finance delves deep into the opportunities in frontier markets. With yout...
“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...
Dubai Mercantile Exchange is on a mission: It wants to take up more space on the screens of futures traders, according to new CEO Christopher Fix, who once sat on the other side of the screen as a commodity futures broker at BNP Paribas in Singapore. MILESTONES: UN...
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...
The Lao People’s Democratic Republic will take the final step in its 15-year campaign to join the World Trade Organization (WTO) this month when the country’s legislature ratifies its membership agreement. MILESTONES: LAOS ByThomas Clouse The Lao People...
The proposed Tobin Tax, or financial transaction tax (FTT), is a political hot potato that is being kicked around by various European countries in the wake of the global financial crisis as a means of robbing Peter to pay Paul. MILESTONES: EU ByAnita Hawser T...
DEAR READER   NOVEMBER 2012 | VOL. 26 NO. 11   The annual meetings of the IMF and World Bank in Tokyo in October confirmed that the economic slowdown of Europe, and to a lesser extent of Japan and the US, has negatively affected emerging markets gro...
Islamic finance is starting to spread in North Africa. But new markets and products pose unique challenges. COMING OF AGE By Anita Hawser Islamic finance is starting to spread within the countries of North Africa with high Muslim concentrations. Any d...
Though economic growth is stalling, Brazil is still attractive. Mexico's new president promissd to open to investment. BARRIERS TO ENTRY By Antonio Guerrero Though its economic growth may be stalling, Brazil is still an attractive destination for investors...
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