Governance Regulation & Compliance
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GCC stock markets capitalize on uncertainty where other Middle Eastern markets cannot.   MIDDLE EAST 2014 SUPPLEMENT By Tiziana Barghini Stock markets in GCC countries, in particular Dubai and Abu Dhabi, have capitalized on the political and economi...
Occurring on the global stage, the World Cup 2022 is helping to highlight labor market reform in Qatar.   MIDDLE EAST 2014 SUPPLEMENT By Gordon Platt Occurring on the global stage, the World Cup 2022 is helping to highlight labor market reform in Qa...
Sanusi’s sacking is having an effect on global perceptions of Nigerian risk.   NEWSMAKERS By Efraim Chalamish When central bank governor Sanusi Lamido Sanusi announced in February that $20 billion in Nigerian oil revenues were missing from the til...
Former chief economist at the OECD, Pier Carlo Padoan is now at the helm of the ministry of Finance.   NEWSMAKERS By Valentina Pasquali Headed by 39-year-old prime minister Matteo Renzi, Italy’s new government is the youngest in the country’s hi...
The oldest multinational in the world is about to get a substantial makeover.   MILESTONES By Luca Ventura The oldest multinational in the world is about to get a substantial makeover. The news came on February 24th, when its CEO, Jorge Mario Bergog...
The prime ministers of seven Western Balkan states gathered in London for groundbreaking investment conference.   MILESTONES By Justin Keay Not long ago, it would have been almost impossible to get the leaders of the various Western Balkan countries...
India’s plan to issue new banking licenses may be put on hold until a new government is chosen in April elections.   MILESTONES By K.A. Badarinath India’s plan to issue as many as 12 new banking licenses may be put on hold until a new government...
China’s leaders are promising further reform while pledging to maintain the current growth rate.   EMERGING MARKETS ROUNDUP By Thomas Clouse China’s leaders set out their policy priorities in March during the annual National People’s Congress, pr...
Rafferty Capital’s Richard Bove discusses banking regulation and why he believes it is damaging the US economy.   THE BIG, THE BAD AND THE SAFEST By Hilary Johnson At Global Finance’s monthly Salon, Richard Bove, bank analyst at Rafferty Capital...
Verizon, which sold $49 billion of debt last year, hit to the market repeatedly this year to benefit from low rates.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt Verizon Communications, which sold $49 billion of debt last September in the largest bond sa...
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