Global Recession And The New Financial Order
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To adapt to a changing environment, Swiss banks must build strength in business lines outside of private banking. ADAPT TO SURVIVE By Michael Shari A unique banking system long revered as a safe haven for the world’s tax dodgers now faces gut-wrenching tran...
DEAR READER   MARCH 2013  |  VOL. 27 NO. 3   “Optimism reaches the real economy.” This is the headline of a recent report from the Institute of International Finance, which notes that “evidence is mounting that the global economy has re...
Angola's financial reforms continue and growth is healthy and stable. Angola could soon be in line for an upgrade. UP AND RUNNING By Dan Keeler Having regained its footing in the wake of the financial crisis, Angola is now looking to erect a fairer, more bala...
Lebanon’s banking and real estate sectors were resilient in a tough year. Offshore oil fields hold promise, as well. DRAGGING A GEOPOLITICAL ANCHOR By Justin Keay There were few bright spots for Lebanon over the past year. However, the banking and real esta...
The need for solid coverage is increasing after the Libor scandal and with suits related to M&A on the rise. MOUNTING PERILS By Al Modugno Global executive risks are mushrooming in the midst of charges around Libor rate fixing and an explosion of M&...
 Spain wants to make life a little easier for its business sector. MILESTONE: SPAIN By Forrest Jones Spain wants to make life a little easier for its business sector. Recently, Madrid drafted legislation to make it simpler for companies to conduc...
The oldest bank in the world, Tuscany’s Monte dei Paschi di Siena, came close to ending its 540-year history late in January, when it revealed losses of up to €750 million ($1 billion) caused by questionable derivatives transactions negotiated in 2008 and 2009 by it...
The Russians are taking a page out of the Dutch East India Company’s playbook of 1602. MILESTONE:RUSSIA By Udayan Gupta The Russians are taking a page out of the Dutch East India Company’s playbook of 1602. In mid-February Russia recapitalized the M...
Conveying the feelings of a large swath of the Turkish population, which is increasingly tired of the stalled accession negotiations with the European Union, prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan recently threatened to abandon the talks altogether. NEWSMAKER: TURK...
Stanley Fischer is set to retire as governor of the Bank of Israel at the end of June. NEWSMAKER: ISRAEL By David Lipkin Stanley Fischer is set to retire as governor of the Bank of Israel at the end of June. Fischer, guardian of Israel’...
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