Global Finance Magazine
Xiaomi isn't the only company in hot water with Chinese authorities.
A new McKinsey & Co. report finds that banks are facing margin pressures and experiencing slower growth thanks to tech companies, not all of them fintechs.
The killing of Kashoggi has economic repercussions.
Crypto comes to Swift's annual conference.
NEWS & FEATURES
End of an era at Wall Street's most famous investment bank.
Output and fertility rates in many countries have not recovered from the Great Recession and income inequality is increasing even as the world financial system is more resilient.
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
Big companies piled up cash in 2017, but after the much-anticipated tax cuts, much of that money may be going back to investors.
Switzerland leads the world in innovation again, despite an alleged "brain drain."
Who’s up, who’s down, and why?
While philanthropy has a long tradition among the ultrarich, private bankers say the inclination to give is stronger than ever—and vastly more complex.