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Global Finance unveils its annual list of the best banks globally, regionally and by country.   DIAMONDS IN THE ROUGH By Gordon Platt, Thomas Clouse, Jonathan Gregson & Antonio Guerrero The World’s Best Banks undoubtedly have flaws, but t...
DEAR READER OCTOBER 2012  |  VOL. 26 NO. 10   The annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank in Tokyo opens under the shadow of continuing economic uncertainty.   The recent decision of the European Central...
Our annual listing of those institutions with the highest ratings and strongest assets. ANNUAL SURVEY: DOWN, BUT NOT OUT By Andrew Cunningham Global Finance presents it annual ranking of The World’s Safest Banks. European banks still account for 20 of ...
Global Finance ranks the world’s 50 biggest banks by total assets. ANNUAL SURVEY: The Big Get Bigger By Andrew Cunningham Global Finance presents the World’s Biggest Banks. Total assets are once again growing. The world’s 50 biggest banks notched up ...
Presenting the Winners’ Circle: Our top award winners over the magazine’s 25-year history. CREAM OF THE CROP By Kathryn Tully Presenting the Winners’ Circle: the longest-running leaders of Global Finance’s World’s Safest Banks and World’s Biggest ...
African banks are growing cross-border thanks to growing economic and political stability. BANKING ON AFRICA By Erik Heinrich A continent-wide boom is shaping a new breed of pan-African lenders. The future has never looked brighter for sub-Saharan Africa...
African oil producers stand to benefit from continued sanctions on Iranian oil exports. But their path is not without challenges. DIFFFICULT CHOICES By Antonio Guerrero African oil producers stand to benefit from continued sanctions on Iranian oil exports. Bu...
Unmet power demand shadows the Asian growth miracle. We look at the situation in India, Indonesia and Japan.   ASIA'S POWER NEXUS By Arthur Clennam India relies on Indonesian coal to power its utilities, and both nations face huge increases in coal-...
A year on from the appointment of Christine Lagarde as managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the challenges faced by her institution—and its sister entity, the World Bank—in helping to right the global economy are undiminished. MILESTONES:...
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...
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