In this issue: the outlook for global trade, Best Pension Managers, special report on Gulf countries, our Sibos supersection, and more.
Global Finance magazine’s annual supplement takes an in-depth look at cybersecurity, regtech, compliance, and other key themes facing banking and finance leaders.
Editor Andrea Fiano’s piece on balancing near-term and long-term efforts opens the May issue of Global Finance Magazine.
An editorial note about the April issue of Global Finance Magazine.
It is hard to remember a time when discussion over a new set of tax rules in the United States was so widely followed overseas.
Global Finance editor Andrea Fiano says that President Donald Trump's oft-proclaimed objectives will not be easy to achieve.
Editor's letter on the subject of financial technology (fintech) and prospects for the new year.
To those who thought the UK Brexit vote would be the biggest surprise of 2016, the American voters sent an even bigger shock.
Uncertainty in the financial sector calls for attention to innovations that will cut a clear path through the confusion.
An overview of the "big picture" trends in treasury and cash management shows the total value of markets in specific sub-sectors.
SWIFT's Sibos conference this year shows its continued growth and importance, 38 years after its creation.
After a summer of heavy turbulence in global financial markets, the new season starts with the seemingly endless story of when the Federal Reserve Board will raise interest rates. Although the Fed put off the move in September, the US central bank will up rates eventually, most likely at its next meeting in December. The hike will undoubtedly force some countries to shift monetary policies.
Inside Sibos | Day 3
“Global Transaction Banking is the fastest growing unit in Société Générale,” says Christian Behaghel, head of GTB at Societe Generale. “It is a very stable business, and while we generate something like 6% of the total revenue of the bank, we are experiencing growth of our revenue of 10-15% a year.” This compares, he says to some areas of retail banking that have 0-2% growth a year.