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Emerging Markets Roundup: India

STRONG RESPONSE TO NEW BANKING LICENSES By Aaron Chaze As of early May nearly 100 Indian corporate entities have expressed interest in the Reserve Bank of India’s invitation for applications for new bank licenses. Photo Credits: RUPA / Shutterstock.com The ...

Risk Management: Supply Chain Risk

BUILDING IN RESILIENCE By Karen Kroll Creating a flexible, robust supply chain is key to reducing the likelihood and potential impact of disruptions. Effectively managing supply chain risk, while always important, is becoming increasingly critical. Companies are sourcing materials from ...

Salon: Yves Zlotowski, Coface

ROLE REVERSAL By Ronald Fink Global Finance sat down with Yves Zlotowski, chief economist of the economic research department of trade risk consultancy Coface, to get his take on the investment opportu-nities and challenges of emerging markets. Emerging markets have ...

Sector Report: Agribusiness

NURTURING GLOBAL BREADBASKETS By Justin Keay It is time to address developmental roadblocks globally if the world’s food supplies are to meet demand over the next 40 years. There is probably no industry where the basic laws of economics—demand and ...

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Salon: Yves Zlotowski, Coface

ROLE REVERSAL By Ronald Fink Global Finance sat down with Yves Zlotowski, chief economist of the economic research department of trade risk consultancy Coface, to get his take on the investment opportu-nities and challenges of emerging markets. Emerging markets have ...

The World's Best Islamic Financial Institutions

Annual Supplement: Technology & Treasury Management

ADAPT TO SURVIVE Being innovative is much more difficult to achieve than it is to discuss. Particularly in the highly complex, highly structured environment of the average transaction bank. Add in ever-tightening purse strings and the absolute requirement to get ...

Technology & Treasury Management: Social Media

SOCIAL INTERACTION By Hilary Johnson Savvy executives can add value by under-standing how and when social media can be a tool to improve both internal and external communication. No corporate treasury department is an island anymore. This is particularly evident ...

Technology & Treasury Management: SWIFT

WOOING THE CORPORATE AUDIENCE By Rebecca Brace Going beyond connectivity is SWIFT’s mantra to corporates these days, but can the bank-owned organization be as fleet of foot as companies would like? SWIFT’s corporate solutions were once limited to connecting companies ...

Technology & Treasury Management: The Innovators

INCREASED COMPETITION IS THE MOTHER OF INVENTION By Rob Daly Transaction banks are working hard to be more agile and innovative in meeting corporate treasury needs. Some are succeeding better than others, and those that push boundaries may end up ...

World’s Best Islamic Financial Institutions 2013: Country Winners

World’s Best Islamic Financial Institutions 2013: Country Winners Algeria Banque Al Baraka D’Algérie Bahrain Al Baraka Islamic Bank Bahrain Bangladesh Islamic Bank Bangladesh Brunei Darussalam Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam Egypt Faisal Islamic Bank of Egypt Indonesia Bank Muamalat Indonesia Jordan ...

World’s Best Islamic Financial Institutions 2013: Regional Winners

World’s Best Islamic Financial Institutions 2013: Regional Winners Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Al Rajhi Bank Non-GCC Middle East/Africa Al Baraka Bank Asia Maybank Islamic Berhad Europe Bank of London and the Middle East GULF COOPERATION COUNCIL Al Rajhi Bank According ...

World’s Best Islamic Financial Institutions: Global Winners

World’s Best Islamic Financial Institutions: Global Winners Best Sukuk Bank HSBC Best Islamic Retail Bank Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank Best Islamic Investment Bank Samba Best Takaful (Insurance) Provider Etiqa Takaful Berhad Best Asset Management Company CIMB Principal Islamic Asset Management ...

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Tackling Renminbi Trade

SWEEPING CHANGE By Arthur Clennam Recent easing of regulatory restrictions will increase offshore circulation of the renminbi and connect China with the rest of the world. Smart treasurers and chief financial officers of multinational companies have sought ways to improve ...