Global Finance Magazine
G7 proposal could stem the tax-rate race to the bottom and shift focus away from digital.
A recent spate of ransomware attacks on U.S. companies has sparked new regulations.
Can reserve currency status be far behind?
Barring cryptocurrencies will prevent Chinese yuan from leaving China in the form of Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies, allowing the government to maintain control of its centralized fiscal and economic systems.
Widespread supply chain disruption during the pandemic put a spotlight on outdated trade finance processes. Now, corporates focused on digital transformation are redefining the financial supply chain as a resilient trade ecosystem, according to Sriram Muthukrishnan, Group Head of Trade Product Management, at DBS.
NEWS & FEATURES
More than ever, power lies in the hands of the customer. Digitally savvy consumers are driving banking evolution, forcing banks to operate like technology companies in an age of neobanks and AI-based solutions. Ellis Wang, Head of Technology, Transformation, and Information at Mashreq Bank explains why it’s ‘do-or-die’ for legacy banks.
For centuries, the small European country of Georgia has been a strategic hub between East and West, going back to the famed Silk Road trading route. Today, Georgia consistently ranks as one of the most business-friendly countries in the world, attracting companies in diverse industries, including electronics, automotive and airplane parts manufacturing, IT and business process outsourcing.
ECONOMIC DATA & ANALYSIS
Top banks narrow the gender gap to better serve all investors.