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Corporate financial executives with cash to burn are turning up the heat on merger and acquisition activity in offshore financial locales around the globe.   MILESTONES: GLOBAL By Paula Green Corporate financial executives with cash to burn are turn...
The Association for Southeast Asian Nations celebrated its 45th anniversary in July in Jakarta, as conflicts over the organization's role in the region continued to create tension among its members and questions about its future. MILESTONES: ASIA By Thomas Cl...
Business is scrambling to resurrect Asia's economic miracle a year and a half after the Tohoku tragedy.   WILL JAPAN REGAIN ITS GREATNESS? By Michael Shari Business is trying to resurrect Asia's economic miracle a year and a half after the Tohoku tr...
Global Finance presents its annual awards honoring the leading subcustodians worldwide. NEW HORIZONS By Gordon Platt With every new regulation that hits global trust and custody banks, a new service is born for subcustodians. Keeping up is expensive and ch...
An ongoing look at the top awards winners over the magazine’s 25-year history, part of our 25th Anniversary celebration in 2012. REIGNING SUPREME By Kathryn Tully Global Finance evaluates the Best of the Best Subcustodians in The Winners' Circle: An ongoing...
Global Finance's annual awards honoring the leaders in supply chain finance services and solutions. BUILDING BLOCKS By Anita Hawser and Paula Green The winners of this year's awards come from a wide array of bank and nonbank backgrounds. They offer uniqu...
  For bankers or traders keen to know the latest trends in the world of trade finance, the 2012 edition of the International Chamber of Commerce's (ICC) Global Survey on Trade Finance offers some unique insights.   MILESTONES: GLOBAL By Paula ...
CONTINENTAL DIVIDE... By Laurence Neville There is a famous quote by British novelist LP Hartley that goes, "The past is a foreign country: They do things differently there."   If this is so, then 1987—when Global Finance was launched—is...
THE BIG PICTURE By Anita Hawser   Herbert Stepic is the chief executive officer of one of the largest banking organizations in Central & Eastern Europe, Raiffeisen Bank International.   Global Finance: What are the key events over the...
A Time Of Profound Change By Thomas Clouse   Zhang Jianguo is president and chief executive of China Construction Bank (CCB). Global Finance: How will China´s financial system change as interest rates liberalize, capital markets develop, and fin...
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