The mayor of Louisville, Kentucky is successfully translating his private-sector experience as an innovator into government policies.
Global Finance unveils its 25th annual best banks in the world list. The winners have outperformed their peers and provide top-notch service to clients in a challenging environment.
Hoping for a boost from DC: New legislation could be a boon for regional banks that are already making headway via cost savings, niche markets and new capabilities.
Winners in the inaugural Best Bank for New Financial Technology category have already reserved their spot at the forefront of financial innovation, leveraging blockchain, artificial intelligence, data analytics and the Cloud to change the face of investment banking.
Energy was a major component of deals this year—both fossil fuels and renewables. Green energy also made a big splash, as did one of the largest foreign direct investments into India.
Is low volatility gone, or will it continue in 2018? Winners in the Derivatives categories are hedging their bets on which way the volatility pendulum swings in order to stay ahead of the game.
In most sectors and regions, 2017 saw gains in investment banks’ bottom lines, a welcome return to form. However, new political paradigms and policies could challenge that growth trend in the months ahead.
Asia-Pacific to show most M&A activity. Healthcare, consumer goods, technology sectors to see most deal action.
AI is making a big splash in CFO offices. Where will its promise of efficiency have the greatest impact?
CFOs and corporate banking vendors are looking at end-to-end digitization and technology solutions to make payments more efficient and effective.
Northern Trust's Peter Cherecwich fields our questions about how data is impacting the custody business.
This year's winners are finding ways to cope with stricter regulations and rising interest rates.
Company executives are under greater pressure to respond to global issues, as business and politics intersect in new ways.
The long-awaited Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between the European Union and Canada was approved by the European Parliament in mid-February.
Corporate Charity | Trends
Billionaire philanthropy may be growing, but it is also giving rise to a new trend that could change the face of charitable giving.
The Liberal Party representatives who will form Canada’s next government will field several key cabinet posts. Rookie MP Bill Morneau is taking one of the most coveted—minister of Finance.
To most people the idea of infrastructure investment denotes visions of water systems, highways and bridges, and basic general services usually relegated to municipal authorities. Recently, however, at the Canadian Council for Public Private Partnerships Conference in Toronto, a new model for infrastructure was discussed – that of the “intelligent city.”
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