Global Recession And The New Financial Order
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Can the bourses still effectively respond to the needs of multinationals and their global business base? IDENTITY CRISIS By Udayan Gupta As stock exchanges worldwide try to figure out their role going forward in corporate equity and equity capital raising,...
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...
In an increasingly uncertain global environment, multinationals need stronger business continuity plans. EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED By Paula Green Recent natural disasters in Japan and Thailand highlight the need for companies to insure against business interru...
Banks in emerging markets are building a lucrative business on remittances sent home by workers living abroad. BANKS FOLLOW THE MIGRANT MONEY TRAIL By Michael Shari Banks in emerging markets are building a lucrative business on remittances sent home by worker...
Lebanon thrives, despite ongoing instability. But the resilience of its banking sector is being tested. AGAINST ALL ODDS By Justin Keay Mid-20th-century tourists flocked to Lebanon, the Switzerland of the East. War and instability long ago changed that. Now,...
With all eyes on the much larger Spain and Italy, Slovenia might actually turn out to be the next eurozone country in line for a bailout. MILESTONES:SLOVENIA By Valentina Pasquali With all eyes on the much larger Spain and Italy, Slovenia might actually turn ...
With the eurozone debt crisis dragging on and membership in the currency union becoming increasingly less appealing, the Bulgarian government recently froze its bid to join the eurozone.    MILESTONES:BULGARIA By Valentina Pasquali With the eur...
Global Finance unveils its annual list of the best banks globally, regionally and by country.   DIAMONDS IN THE ROUGH By Gordon Platt, Thomas Clouse, Jonathan Gregson & Antonio Guerrero The World’s Best Banks undoubtedly have flaws, but t...
DEAR READER OCTOBER 2012  |  VOL. 26 NO. 10   The annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank in Tokyo opens under the shadow of continuing economic uncertainty.   The recent decision of the European Central...
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