Governance Regulation & Compliance
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In the summer of 2012, when the eurozone crisis was breaking bad and Spanish banks were heavily hit by the burst of a real estate bubble, Europe set up a mega-loan to the Spanish government to help out its most-in-need financial institutions. By Tiziana Barghi...
  Accounting For The Rise And Fall Of Nations By Valentina Pasquali It has inspired works of art, including poetry, paintings and woodcarvings; made and destroyed immense fortunes, from the De Medici's in Renaissance Florence to Philip II's in 16th...
Weird weather presents major problems for supply chains, and 77% of companies believe climate change has the potential to significantly affect their revenue By Gilly Wright Globally, this winter will be remembered for record flooding, drought, pol...
MNCs lobbied hard for preferments in current trade pacts. But the results may be more than they bargained for.   TRADE FACTS By Ronald Fink Multinational corporations lobbied hard for preferential agreements under proposed Asian and European trade p...
As the Ukrainian crisis continues, it demonstrates the inport of global trade treaties—and global trade.   DEAR READER APRIL 2014 | VOL. 28 NO. 4 As we write, the Ukrainian crisis is in full swing, and the outcome is impossible to predict. What we ha...
Inter-Asian trade to lead the agenda at the Asian Development Bank meeting, May 2-5, 2014, in Astana, Kazakhstan.   ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK ANNUAL MEETING By Justin Keay Inter-Asian trade will lead the agenda items at this year’s annual Asian Devel...
Premiums for most insurable company risks have come down in price, but firms should check their coverage and limits.   RISK MANAGEMENT By Paula Green Premiums for most insurable company risks have come down in price, but organizations will need to e...
Global Finance brings together key figures in Taiwan’s banking and finance industry.   ROOM TO GROW Moderated by Andrea Fiano At a roundtable in Taipei, Global Finance brought together key figures in Taiwan’s banking and finance industry to disc...
Reliance on cheap foreign labor could ultimately hurt the region's growth prospects.   MIDDLE EAST 2014 SUPPLEMENT Visitors to the Middle East cannot help but be awed by the majestic skylines of the metropolises that have sprung from the desert sands a...
Islamic finance is going mainstream, as Western countries start planning sovereign sukuk.   MIDDLE EAST 2014 SUPPLEMENT By Gordon Platt Islamic finance is going mainstream, with Western countries planning to issue their first sovereign sukuk. It sti...
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