Standard Chartered Bank’s head of Securities Services, Margaret Harwood-Jones, talks about how the bank uses its global platform to help build stronger markets in Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
With the civil war over, Colombia can focus on growing its economy.
Berkshire Hathaway, Amazon and JPMorgan Chase have picked a doctor to lead their health care venture.
New CEO tries to bring stability to troubled company.
Spain's PM manages to survive a tough intra-party challenge.
The high court ruled that online retailers must collect state sales tax from consumers but the international implications of this are unclear.
Upstart ratings agency to challenge the big three by relying on AI for risk assessment.
Corporate Finance & Capital
GE's demise as a conglomerate portends an uncertain future.
Another step towards a cashless society?
Global Finance editor Andrea Fiano explains the importance and context of this year's Sibos conference.
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GCC Regional Report
GCC countries face a number of challenges as they move towards the post-oil era.
Capital markets step in to fill the funding void as government support for corporate players wanes.
Adopting a new tax system, Saudi Arabia and the UAE deliver a shock to companies and consumers—and reassurance to foreign investors.