Governance Regulation & Compliance
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Italy’s largest bank and many others on the continent may have to raise hundreds of billions in equity to pass their new regulator’s stress tests. By Ronald Fink UniCredit Holding, Milan ...
Given the spate of recent fines by UK and US regulators against banks for failure to comply with anti-money laundering regulations, it’s worth exploring the question of why the banks keep coming up short. By Anita Hawser Given ...
Fiat-Chrysler has joined other MNCs in relocating to the UK, cementing the UK’s international tax haven status.   MILESTONES By Ronald Fink Fiat-Chrysler’s move from Italy to London, and the plans of other multinationals to relocate to the Unite...
Could proxy advisory firms—those as yet unregulated outfits that wield significant influence during corporate elections at US public companies—be in for a showdown with Wall Street regulators? By Paula L. Green Could proxy advisory firms—those a...
Some EU member states and the OECD are talking tough about tax dodges. Don’t expect much action, though. By Gilly Wright Tax officials perplexed by Google (Photo: CoolCaesar) If 2013 was the year public opinion turned solidly ag...
Naming of company man McMillon gets the attention of analysts.   NEWSMAKERS By Valentina Pasquali US retail giant Wal-Mart is going for tradition and loyalty in selecting its new CEO and president. In an effort to strengthen its bottom line at a tim...
The launch of a rival to the Big Three raters raises new concerns about inflated credit grades.   MILESTONES By Luca Ventura The announcement came early in November. Expressing the intention to break the monopoly of the Big Three in the financial ra...
The governance expert talks convergence, cultural impacts on regulation, and the intriguing German trade union model.   TAKING A REGULATORY PAUSE By Vanessa Drucker Global Finance sat down with John Alan James, executive director, Pace University Ce...
Companies could face fines or even criminal charges if they do not comply with SEPA by February.   SPECIAL REPORT: SEPA MIGRATION By Rebecca Brace Companies could face fines or even criminal charges if they do not reach SEPA compliance by next Febru...
Historic deal may hinge on winning over Quebec dairy farmers, cheesemakers. By Erik Heinrich Following nearly five hard years of negotiations, Canadian PrimeMinister Stephen Harper on October 18 signed a Canada-European Unionfree trade agreement i...
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