Global Recession And The New Financial Order
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Not one to do anything by halves, BlackBerry’s CEO, Thorsten Heins, has overseen the launch of a new operating system called BlackBerry 10 and its first non-keyboard smartphone, the Z10. NEWSMAKER: CANADA By Gilly Wright Not one to do anything by halves, Blac...
Once the preserve of big industrial firms, cross-border M&A has now become commonplace in all sectors. But it has also become riskier. THE MAZE OF GLOBAL M&A By Udayan Gupta Cross-border M&A is once again on the rise. But completing a successfu...
DEAR READER FEBRUARY 2013  |  VOL. 27 NO. 2   There is little enthusiasm these days when it comes to economic forecasting. And yet,when we compare the current climate with that of just a year ago, it is clear that uncertainty has diminished. ...
“For the first time in regulatory history, we have a truly global minimum standard for bank liquidity,” announced the head of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, Bank of England governor Mervyn King, during a news conference in Basel, Switzerland, in January...
After four years under a shadow, the UK’s Financial Services Authority is once again being held up as a model financial regulator—both for its principles-based approach to reporting and for its ability to keep banks under its supervision in line. MILESTONES:UK ...
On the tail of the European economic crisis, the relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union is nearing a breaking point. MILESTONES:EUROPE ByValentina Pasquali On the tail of the European economic crisis, the relationship between the Unite...
We look at how China is changing its economic profile and what it means for multinationals operating in China. THE HUNT FOR INTERNAL GROWTH By Laurence Neville China is in the midst of an economic makeover to increase domestic consumption and reduce relian...
DEAR READER   JANUARY 2013  |  VOL. 27 NO. 1   Over the last few weeks of 2012, when brokerage houses and investment banks were presenting their annual forecasts for the new year, there were timid signs of optimism. It will “not be as ba...
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...
Volatility is expected in most commodities in early 2013, making hedging commodities risk commensurately challenging. WILD SEASON By Michael Shari Volatile commodities prices are poised to drive an M&A wave and are already changing how companies hedge aga...
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