Global Finance Magazine
This year's World Economic Forum in Davos is happening in an era of rising protectionism and de-globalization.
The gap in both income and wealth continues to grow, sparking political backlash around the globe. Is it also becoming a drag on growth?
Telecoms are moving into banking in Nigeria.
Women are getting into more board seats and C-suites, yet progress is still hard-won and parity a long way off.
In November 2018, Global Finance magazine named the BPS-Sberbank’s internet unit—Sberbank Business Online—the Best Digital Corporate Bank in Russia, Central and Eastern Europe. The unit also succeeded in three corporate sub-categories for Central and Eastern Europe: Best Online Portal Services, Most Innovative Digital Bank, and Best Integrated Corporate Bank Site.
NEWS & FEATURES
Will India's economic policymaking apparatus finally become more stable?
A 2021 transition date is closer than it appears, and banks are scrambling to prepare for a world without the venerable benchmark.
In business, everything starts and ends with a payment. Companies receive payments from customers and make payments to their suppliers every day and the finance department is responsible for ensuring that the company is paying the right amounts and receiving the expected sums. Often, companies are processing these payments in multiple locations, with different teams working with local banks, customers and vendors. However, the move towards more digital payment methods is changing the payment landscape — rapidly.
ECONOMIC DATA & ANALYSIS
Everyone wants a job but employment patterns vary a lot from country to country.
Household saving is defined as the difference between a household’s disposable income (wages, income of the self-employed and net property income) and its consumption (expenditures on goods and services.)
Who’s up, who’s down, and why?
The wealth built in emerging markets is transforming the private banking sector, with the needs and desires of the emerging-markets ultra-rich changing as rapidly as the markets themselves.