Global Recession And The New Financial Order
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DEAR READER   JANUARY 2012 | VOL. 26 NO. 1   Europe may be the center of attention at the start of the new year, but it is certainly not the only area of the world that worries economists and policymakers. The annual year-end roundup of economic for...
Emerging markets countries have huge infrastructure needs for years to come. NEW HORIZONS By Solomon Teague Regulation is making it harder for banks to lend to infrastructure projects. New types and sources of funding will be needed to handle a wave of inf...
The economic climate has forced companies to find new ways to fund real estate projects.   REAL ESTATE FINANCING: NEW AVENUES By Vanessa Drucker Real estate projects are getting capital injections from new and diverse sources as traditional bank len...
A look at what companies are doing to prepare for potential outcomes of the European debt crisis.   PLANNING FOR THE EURO CRISIS By Jonathan Gregson Given the massive financial and contractual impacts of any breakup of the eurozone, it is only to be...
The Brazilian government took fiscal policy steps that include $1.5 billion in tax cuts. TAX CUTS TO RESTART THE BRAZILIAN ECONOMY ByAntonio Guerrero Aiming to shield the economy from the potential fallout of Europe’s debt crisis, the Brazilian governmen...
Canada’s financial capital is on track to become one of the largest global banking centers—overtaking London in the number of banking jobs by 2017, according to Moody’s Analytics. MILESTONES:TORONTO ByErik Heinrich Canada’s financial capital is on ...
Risk management and technology were key themes of the annual AFP conference in Boston in November. AUTOMATION, TAXATION AND RISK REDUCTION BY Denise BedellRisk management and technology were key themes of the annual AFP conference in Boston in November. ...
Greece’s politicians must balance growth and austerity, but it requires a tightrope walk with no safety net. BALANCING ACT By Vanessa DruckerGreece’s politicians must balance growth and austerity, but it will mean walking a tightrope with no safety net in s...
While the focus at the moment may be on bailing out indebted countries in the eurozone, one of the legacies of Lehman’s collapse is the need for systemically important financial institutions (SIFIs) to draw up “living wills.” MILESTONES: GLOBAL By Ani...
Although there are some bright spots, many CEE countries face the prospect of another economic downturn thanks to tight European ties. WINTER OF DISCONTENT By Justin KeayAlthough there are some bright spots, many CEE countries face the pros...
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