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Business Gets An App For That

Business Gets An App For That

Smart corporates are using mobile apps to collect real-time data, analyze it and feed it to employees, who can respond immediately. Companies that neglect these tools could find themselves at a disadvantage.

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Driving Innovation

Driving Innovation

Challenger banks join start-ups and outside providers in supplier finance to get funding where it’s needed most. 

SCF Market Pushes Banks To Focus On Execution

SCF Market Pushes Banks To Focus On Execution

Michael McDonough, global head of corporate trade and supply chain finance at JP Morgan Chase, sees the supplier finance market evolving to embrace more diverse industry sectors, and banks expanding the range of funding to clients. 

Winners Profile | Best Supplier Finance Providers 2016

Winners Profile | Best Supplier Finance Providers 2016

Back to Awards Coverage GLOBAL WINNERS Best Supply Chain Finance Provider—Bank | BNP Paribas For a significant number of banks, supply chain finance offerings are geared primarily toward large credit-worthy buyers and the suppliers they have identified as wanting to ...

Winners Profile | Best Trade Finance Providers 2016

Winners Profile | Best Trade Finance Providers 2016

Back to Awards Coverage GLOBAL WINNERS BEST TRADE FINANCE BANK | Citi Citi’s Treasury and Trade Solutions (TTS) franchise provides integrated cash management and trade finance services to multinational corporations worldwide. It is distinguished by its massive global footprint. The ...

Promoting SCF Benefits Across Africa

Promoting SCF Benefits Across Africa

Philip Panaino, regional head, transaction banking, Africa & Middle East, Standard Chartered, says awareness of supply chain finance needs to expand from corporate treasurers to their broader organizations.

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Real Estate: Is The Party Over?

Real Estate: Is The Party Over?

Peter Hayes, global head of invest-ment research for Prudential Real Estate Investors, joined Global Finance editors in New York to talk about which property markets look hot in 2016—and which look too hot.

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Corporate Finance & Capital

Risks That Keep CROs Awake At Night

Management | Risk Management
Cyberattacks, safety concerns, climate change, regulatory demands, declining oil prices, less demand from China, a crumbling and volatile stock market: There is no lack of risks in doing business, and at the start of 2016, they are ever- present for corporations small and large.