The worst may be past for Russia’s economy, but it will be tough to attract global investors, even if Putin caps his foreign policy triumphs by persuading the West to ease sanctions.
Blue-chip bond buys add liquidity fuel to companies already swimming in cash.
Mexico | Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim is advocating a massive shift to a three-day workweek, particularly for older employees.
Hedging Strategies | Billion-dollar fuel-hedging losses offer a counterintuitive lesson for corporates.
Demands for tech-enhanced service, a younger cohort of clients and worldwide regulation are driving innovation.
Clubs offer the ultrarich safe spaces to talk money with financial equals.
Andrea Danese’s new firm meets wealthy investors’ desires to borrow against their artworks.
Corporate sustainability is no longer just a box-ticking exercise. Increasingly, CFOs are making the link between measuring the environmental, social and cultural impact of their activities and long-term business value.
Management | CFO's
A recent report by global consulting firm KPMG was titled, Introducing the Renaissance CFO.
The junk market is hurting. Experts predict the pain will continue, with defaults peaking a couple of years from now.