Global Finance Magazine
Consumer-staples giants such as Mondelez and PepsiCo too have become targets of investors pushing for more cost efficiency and growth.
Britain’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has pledged to phase out Libor by 2021.
The cost of owning or leasing office space is the biggest item on many corporations’ balance sheets and the number-three expense category after labor and materials.
These are the 15 biggest countries in terms of GDP plus the Euro Area and the European Union aggregates.
Banks and fintech companies often work on a symbiotic basis by bringing new technologies and algorithms to legacy institutions.
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CFOs and corporate banking vendors are looking at technology solutions to make payments more efficient and effective.
The country's economy has proven remarkably resilient after a series of crises rocked the country.
Companies keep increasing their stashes of cash. A rise in the cost of new debt and tax reform in the US might finally turn that trend around in 2017—or not.
The fintech sector is heating up across sub-Saharan Africa. Foreign investors are paying close attention and providing start-ups with the capital needed to get off the ground.
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