Corporate Debt
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Where spending and demand will come from now that many large emerging economies are suffering from decreasing exports? DEMANDWHERE WILL IT COME FROM? By Laurence Neville The worldwide call for public, private and corporate debt reduction raises the question o...
US firm Community Health Systems refinanced $2.8 billion of high-yield debt in July and August. CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: CORPORATE DEBT By Gordon Platt Community Health Systems, one of the largest hospital companies in the US, refinanced $2.8 billion of its ...
With Spanish banks accepting bailouts to shore up their balance sheets and the eurozone crisis showing no signs of abating, global firms are looking for alternative financing options to maintain liquidity buffers. MILESTONES: GLOBAL By Joel Kranc Wi...
RESILIENCE UNDER PRESSURE By Denise Bedell Gerald Hassell is chairman, president and CEO of the Bank of New York Mellon. The bank, which focuses on investment management and investment services, has $26.6 trillion in assets under custody and administrat...
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...
HISTORY AT A CROSSROADS   By Valentina Pasquali   Rubens Amaral is the incoming CEO of Bladex, the Foreign Trade Bank of Latin America, a supranational institution that serves the capitalization needs of banks and promotes foreign trade across the...
AFRICA UNBOUND   By Antonio Guerrero   Arnold Epke, group CEO at Ecobank, a pan-African bank founded in 1985 and with a presence in 32 countries, shares his insights on Africa's past, present and prospects.   Global Finance: How will b...
WILD RIDE   By Justin Keay    Mark Mobius, executive chairman of Templeton Emerging Markets Group, launched the first Templeton Emerging Markets Fund 25 years ago. In May, Templeton Emerging Markets Group launched its latest emerging mar...
STRONG GROWTH PROSPECTS   By Valentina Pasquali   José Alberto Vélez is the president of Cementos Argos, the leader in the cement industry in Colombia, with operations in the Caribbean—Panama, the Dominican Republic and Haiti—and the United ...
TURBULENT TIMES   By Gordon Platt   Ibrahim Dabdoub has been CEO of National Bank of Kuwait since 1983. Global Finance: What are the key risks over the next 5, 10 and 25 years? Ibrahim Dabdoub: As a banker, I would focus on financial ri...
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