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Awards: Best Internet Banks Round 2

ELITE PERFORMERS By Adam Rombel In the second of a two-part series, Global Finance recognizes the best corporate/ institutional and consumer Internet banks globally. For the 13th year, Global Finance ’s World Best Internet Bank Awards is spotlighting and honoring ...

Best Internet Banks 2012: Regional Subcategory Winners

By Adam Rombel Regional Subcategory Winners: Best Corporate/Institutional Internet Banks Regional Subcategory Winners: Best Consumer Internet Banks World's Best Internet Banks Back To Main Article Best Internet Banks: Country Winners

Best Internet Banks 2012: Country Winners

By Adam Rombel Country Winners: Best Corporate/Institutional Internet Banks Country Winners: Best Consumer Internet Banks World's Best Internet Banks Back To Main Article Best Internet Banks: Regional Subcategory Winners

2011

The World's Best Internet Banks Round 1

ANNUAL SURVEY: GOING MAINSTREAM By Adam Rombel In the first of a two-part series, Global Finance identifies the best online corporate and consumer banks. Internet banking is no longer just an alternative channel. In the first of a two-part series, ...

2010

World's Best Internet Banks Part 2

ANNUAL SURVEY: GOING MOBILE By Adam Rombel In the second of a two-part series, Global Finance identifies the best corporate/institutional and consumer Internet banks globally and in six regions, plus an overall winner. We also name global winners in six ...

Technology Helps Banks Stay Ahead

ANNUAL SURVEY: BEST INTERNET BANKS PART 1 In the first of a two-part series, Global Finance identifies the best online corporate and consumer banks by country and regionally by product or service category. By Adam Rombel The past few years ...

2009

World’s Best Internet Banks Part II

BANKS DEVELOP SOCIAL SKILLS In the second of a two-part series, Global Finance identifies the best global and regional Internet banks. By Adam Rombel Not many of the headlines about the global banking industry in the past year have been ...

Features: The World’s Best Internet Banks

PIONEERS GO MOBILE In the first of a two-part series, Global Finance identifies the best online corporate and consumer banks by country and regionally by product or service category. By Adam Rombel Much of the past year in the global ...

Features: Country Report - Portugal

LESS PAIN, MORE GAIN Portugal's pre-credit crunch party was not as wild as that of many other countries, and its hangover should be much less severe as a result. By Adam Rombel You do not have to look very deep ...

Features : Turbulent Times

T URBULENT TIMES Despite global economic challenges, Greece presents investors with opportunities. By Adam Rombel Things are bad everywhere, but they are not as bad here. That sums up the plight of the economy and business climate of Greece amid ...

Features : Seeking An Energy Boost

SEEKING AN ENERGY BOOST COUNTRY REPORT / PORTUGAL Increased competition from new entrants to the European Union has dealt a severe blow to Portugal’s economy. Tourism and investment in renewable energy are helping it pick up the slack. Calm before ...

2008

Features : Banking On Innovation

BEST INTERNET BANKS 2008 In the second of a two-part series, Global Finance identifies the best corporate/institutional and consumer Internet banks globally and in six regions. These are tough times for banks to focus on Internet banking initiatives. The global ...

Cover Story: Green Finance

GREEN FINANCE Despite the drumbeat of headlines about the troubled banking and finance industries, one area is coming up green. With global financial markets languishing in the doldrums, “green financing” is emerging as a key lever to stimulate a sustainable ...

Features : Internet Bank Awards

In the first of a two-part series, Global Finance identifies the best online corporate and consumer banks by country and regionally by product or service category. Times have been hard recently for banks’ information technology departments. The collapse of the ...

Features : Seeking An Energy Boost

COUNTRY REPORT / PORTUGAL Increased competition from new entrants to the European Union has dealt a severe blow to Portugal’s economy. Tourism and investment in renewable energy are helping it pick up the slack. Calm before the storm: Portugal's economy ...

Features : Country Report: Greece

COUNTRY REPORT / GREECE Steady domestic economic growth and significant inward investment are helping Greece battle the headwinds of a tough global economy. Buoyed by several booming industries, economic growth rates above the European Union average, strong investment and exports, ...

Features : The Green Keeps Flowing To Green

SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS Financial turmoil and an economy on the brink of recession are testing US companies’ determination to reduce their environmental impact. Growing fears about a global economic slowdown and the credit crunch wreaked havoc on global financial markets in ...

2007

Features : Internet Leaders Think Strategically

WORLD'S BEST INTERNET BANKS In the second of a two-part series, Global Finance identifies the best corporate/institutional and consumer Internet banks globally and in six regions. The best banks on the Internet have long treated it as more than just ...

Features : Growth Explosion

INTERNET BANKING Over the past two decades, Internet banking has gone from non-existent to ubiquitous. As this year’s Global Finance Internet Banks Awards show, many of the pioneers are still dominant forces, driving the market forward. Banks have a lot ...

Features : Paving The Way For E-Invoices

Long predicted to be the next killer app for treasurers, e-invoicing has been slow to take off. That is all beginning to change now. The growth of corporate electronic invoice presentment and payment (EIPP) has not been nearly as explosive ...

2006

Features : Banks Build On Twin Pillars Of Security And Service

Best Internet Banks In the first of a two-part series, Global Finance identifies the best online corporate and consumer banks by country and product or service category. For banks, the battle for supremacy on the Internet is one of both ...

Cover Story : Mixed Signals

Stiff competition from its neighbors and growing deficits are threatening to thwart Hungary’s attempts to attract inward investment, but the country’s development agencies are fighting back. Two years after its historic entry into the European Union (EU), Hungary presents a ...

2005

Features : World’s Best Internet Banks: Part One

The World’s Best Internet Banks, 2005 In the first of a two-part series, Global Finance identifies the best online corporate and consumer banks by country and product or service category. With all the headlines about identity theft, phishing attacks, computer ...

Features : Financial Software: Compliance

Software Offers Compliance Solutions Companies are finding that software can help them rein in the high costs and disruption caused by complying with new regulations. The government’s main instrument to promote corporate responsibility and prevent future Enron debacles, the Sarbanes-Oxley ...

2004

Features : The World’s Best Internet Banks, 2004

In the second of a two-part series, Global Finance identifies the best corporate and consumer Internet banks globally, regionally and by major sub-category, such as website design and cash management. As the major global and regional banks that got started ...

Features : The World’s Best Internet Banks, 2004

In the first of a two-part series, Global Finance identifies the best online corporate and consumer banks by country and product or service category. I t’s hard to believe that it has been 10 years since Web banking kicked off. ...

Features : Planning and Forecasting In A Topsy-Turvy World

Financial Software As the financial planner’s job becomes more complex, the tools available to help are becoming ever more sophisticated To say that the corporate business cycle is volatile and competitive these days is an understatement. Many companies, large and ...

Features : Security and Fraud Become Top Tech Issue

Even as they increase corporate efficiency, Internet banking and e-commerce are heaping additional burdens on the financial services industry. As a result, security has become the number one spending priority for many companies. You’ve seen the worrisome stories. Viruses and ...

Cover Story : Technology Rebounds

After a tough three-plus-year run, technology vendors, buyers, bankers, investors and venture capitalists are daring to ask the forbidden question: Is tech funding reviving? Is tech finally back? The signs point to 2004 being the best year since 2000 for ...

Features : Online Business Invoicing Gathers Pace

Offerings get more sophisticated and better integrated with financing. The much-anticipated world of business presenting and viewing invoices online and paying them to each other electronically has been much slower to develop than many analysts’ initial rosy estimates. The dotcom ...

2003

Features : The World’s Best Internet Banks 2003

In the second of a two-part series, Global Finance identifies the Regional and Global Best Corporate/Institutional Internet Banks and Best Consumer Internet Banks, as well as global sub-category winners. GLOBAL SUB-CATEGORY WINNERS Best Corporate/Institutional Integrated Site Best Corporate/Institutional Web Site ...

Corporate Finance : Companies On The Move

NORTH AMERICA SMALL FIRM WITH GIANT CUSTOMERS MAKES A NAME FOR ITSELF IN THE SUPPLY-CHAIN PLANNING BUSINESS Privately held technology provider Insight Inc. is an unusual kind of company in many respects. Insight, based in Manassas, Virginia,provides software tools and ...

Corporate Finance :Turning Private Clients’ Debt Into Assets

UNITED STATES If you’re an investment adviser, you’re probably very familiar with this common refrain from clients: “Gee, I’d like to invest, but I just don’t have the money right now.” Adrian Nazari, CEO of a fouryear- old Silicon Valley ...

Milestones : Now, Where Did I Store That E-mail?

UNITED STATES “Many people confuse Zantaz with the popular antacid Zantac. That’s OK. We save our clients a lot of heart burn.” —Steve King, Zantaz Steve King, CEO Zantaz when 10 big Wall Street firms in late April reached a ...

Corporate Finance : You Know You Really Want To Buy It

CEOs are saying, ‘We want to understand our customers better today and use technology to be more effective. UNITED STATES Jeff Dunn of Active Decisions Jeff Dunn says he’s in the business of selling companies a technological version of a ...

Features : Next Step for Internet Banking

Corporate clients clamor for online services that go beyond account information and transactions and actually change business processes to make them more efficient. Okay, so you’ve built it, but have they come? That question sums up where banks stand when ...

Corporate Finance : Companies on the Move

ISRAELI ENGINEERING FIRM TAKES ON US MARKET Meir Dor, CEO,Baran Group Meir Dor is making a big bet. Baran Group, the company Dor heads, is Israel’s biggest engi-neering firm and has helped build and design everything from a dry storage ...

Cover story : Thinks to Look for in 2003

Japanese Bank Failure? Might a large Japanese bank fail in 2003? Quite possibly, say analysts, who point out that the government will be forced to step in to prevent a system- wide crisis of confidence. Pain is spread across a ...