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When he took over as deputy governor for financial regulation at the Central Bank of Ireland on the first of October, Frenchman Cyril Roux began working alongside a Swedish colleague, Stefan Gerlach, who was appointed deputy governor for central banking in September 201...
  A new—and possibly powerful—financial industry regulator has gotten the green light from officials in China. Although the agency has yet to get a name, members will include a number of high-profile officials, including the heads of the country's banking,...
IMF/World Bank Meetings Seminar: Wednesday, October 9, 10:00 am. In response to the 2008–09 global financial crisis, advanced economies have conducted a variety of unconventional monetary policies. This seminar aims to discuss a range of topical ques...
IMF/Word Bank Meetings Seminar: Thursday, October 10, 2:00 pm. This debate will focus on how policymakers could collaborate globally to better manage the downside risks and durably boost jobs and growth. Join the conversation via #GlobalDebate ...
Remittances have proven to be a saving grace for the Indian economy, specifically by helping the government offset a very wide current-account deficit. By Forrest Jones According to the World Bank, Indians living abroad—known in economist-speak ...
Norway's leading party in the upcoming election wants to break up the country's Government Pension Fund—the largest sovereign wealth fund in the world. This could erode much of the impact and influence—and leadership—that Norway provides to global SWFs, an...
Multinational corporations could have a harder time shifting profits to low-tax jurisdictions under new OECD rules.   AT HAVEN’S END? By Ronald Fink Multinational corporations could have a much more difficult time shifting profits to low-tax juris...
Global Finance identifies the top online corporate and consumer banks by country and regionally.   ANNUAL SURVEY —THE PIONEERS By Adam Rombel In the first of a two-part series, Global Finance identifies the top online corporate and consumer banks ...
Does the Gulf Cooperation Council need yet another international financial center? Oil-rich Abu Dhabi thinks it does.   REGIONAL SUPERSECTION — STEPPING UP THE COMPETITION By Gordon Platt Does the Gulf Cooperation Council need yet another internation...
Among various explanations for corporations’ letting cash build up on their balance sheets, the most compelling one is that economic growth is still slow. But some companies are not waiting for growth to pick up in order to spend more aggressively.   WHAT...
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