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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...
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...
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...
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...
Healthcare companies accounted for more than half of all IPOs in the US in the first two months of 2014.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt Healthcare companies accounted for more than half of all initial public offerings filed in the US in the...
While overall investment is stable, companies are changing how investment is distributed worldwide.   “While overall levels of investment have remained stable, there have been dramatic changes in how investment is distributed between regions and countries ...
Corporate tax evasion is like the weather: Everyone complains about it, but what is being done and what does it mean for corporations? By JR Brandstrader Corporate tax evasion is like the weather: Everyone complains about it, but what is being don...
This year could be a bumper one for Middle Eastern investment banking, particularly in the GCC, Iraq and Egypt.   MARKET FOCUS: MIDDLE EAST INVESTMENT BANKING By Gordon Platt The Middle East may present political challenges, but dealmakers anticipat...
China and Russia have returned to the global equity capital markets, following a lengthy absence.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt China and Russia have returned to the global equity capital markets, following a lengthy absence. China led ...
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...
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