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From animal-tracking innovations to agritech solutions, Africa is flexing its tech-savvy muscle—and doing it all via mobile.
By taking a different approach this year, Global Finance was able to explore a new range of innovation.
The breakneck pace of innovation in finance shows no signs of slowing.
Inefficient Brazilian health care system spurs private-sector innovation.
Volvo's CEO steers the company into the future by innovating.
One Hungarian is helping innovators come together and get started.
The mayor of Louisville, Kentucky is successfully translating his private-sector experience as an innovator into government policies.
As Asia ditches cash for digital wallets, more citizens are able to join the financial economy—and they are delighted.
An influx of money into fintechs will help corporations in Western Europe shake their stolid reputation.
Innovation can help save Africa's endangered species.
Innovators, especially from smaller countries, are overcoming the region’s odds.
Corporate giants have been quick to offer new features based upon the latest technologies.
Bold strategies blaze a trail: From embracing new technologies to taking steps to minimize regulatory burdens, northern and western banks find ways to make their own destinies.
As Islamic banking spreads, service providers continue to develop new tools and products to meet the wide-ranging financial needs of the world’s Muslims.
Global Finance unveils its 25th annual best banks in the world list. The winners have outperformed their peers and provide top-notch service to clients in a challenging environment.
Arab Bank CEO Nemeh Sabbagh talks about the bank’s regional strength and its digital platform for corporate clients.
Global Finance gives readers insight into the providers delivering Shariah-complaint solutions that meet the needs of sophisticated customers with complex needs.
Thriving regardless of home-base conditions: The CEE economic outlook varies country-by-country, but financial-services providers have risen above local issues by embracing fintech and selling off bad loans.
ING CEO Ralph Hamers explains how his bank is using digital technology to improve customer relationships.