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Year Of The Renminbi: Is Full Convertibility Around The Corner?

As trade denominated in yuan continues to rise at a phenomenal rate, its significance to global markets is quickly increasing. But even as the IMF considers adding renminbi to the basket of SDR reserve currencies and China’s global political clout rises commensurately, the country has yet to fully liberalize its markets—or its currency.

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The Most Innovative Banks In Transaction Services 2015

The Most Innovative Banks In Transaction Services 2015

The Innovators 2015 - Transactions Services, is Global Finance's annual listing of key innovations in treasury and transaction services. The financial institutions included in the list are honored for launching products or services that are transforming the corporate transaction services landscape. Global Finance uses the OECD's Oslo Manual Of Innovation to evaluate honorees.

The Most Innovative Solutions For Consumers/Financial Institutions

The Most Innovative Solutions For Consumers/Financial Institutions

The Innovators 2015 - Transactions Services, is Global Finance's annual listing of the most innovative banks and fintech companies in treasury and transaction services. The firms in this category are honored for launching products or services that are transforming the transaction services landscape for consumers and financial institutions. Global Finance uses the OECD's Oslo Manual Of Innovation to evaluate honorees.

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Sponsored Buyer’s Guide 2015 | Custody And Investors’ Services

Custody Services Guide 2015 | CIBC Mellon

Custody Services Guide 2015 | CIBC Mellon

CUSTODY ASSETS: 2015: C$1.5+ trillion                                      2014: C$1.4+ trillion                                      2013: C$1.2+ trillion RATINGS: Moody’s: Long-term Dep Rating, A1; Counterparty Risk Assessment, Aa3; Outlook, Stable. DBRS: L/T Dep Rating, AA (low); Outlook, Stable.            CLIENT PROFILE: By ...

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Regulators Increase Scrutiny Amid Surge In Global M&A

Regulators Increase Scrutiny Amid Surge In Global M&A

Capital Markets | M&A Antitrust
Antitrust authorities around the world are stepping up their merger-monitoring activities amid a boom in cross-border M&A. They’re increasingly requiring merging companies to divest assets to win approval for their deals. In some cases, complex requirements are causing corporates to abandon proposed combinations.

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