2022

Making Choices

Making Choices

Global Finance editor Andrea Fiano's letter to you, the reader.

Despite Conditions, Lamborghini Is Cruising: Q&A With CEO Stephan Winkelmann

Despite Conditions, Lamborghini Is Cruising: Q&A With CEO Stephan Winkelmann

Last week, in New York, Lamborghini Chairman and CEO Stephan Winkelmann was on hand to present the company’s newest model, the Huracán Tecnica. Born in Germany and raised in Rome, Winkelmann returned to his current posts at the end of 2020, to the Italian headquarters in Sant’ Agata Bolognese where he had previously headed the company for more than a decade. The global luxury brand thrived through the second year of the Covid crisis, posting record sales and profits for 2021 and the first quarter of 2022. He sat down with Global Finance Editor Andrea Fiano to talk about current events in Russia, ongoing supply chain strains and the future of globalization.

2021

Innovation Surge

Editor Andrea Fiano's monthly letter to you, the reader.

Taiwan Roundtable: Poised To Unleash Growth

Taiwan Roundtable: Poised To Unleash Growth

One of the strongest economies in Asia, Taiwan did relatively well in 2020, both economically and in handling the pandemic. The strength of its tech sector represents both an opportunity and a challenge for the near future, as do potential global and regional trade developments. Leaders from the Central Bank of Taiwan and five banks active on the island took up these topics and more in a recent Global Finance roundtable.

2020

A Turbulent Year

A Turbulent Year

Editor Andrea Fiano's monthly letter to you, the reader.

Finance Unfazed

Finance Unfazed

Editor Andrea Fiano's monthly letter to you, the reader.

Central Banks Tackle COVID-19 Fallout

Central Banks Tackle COVID-19 Fallout

Viral V. Acharya, C.V. Starr Professor of Economics at New York University’s Stern School of Business and a former deputy governor of the Reserve Bank of India, speaks with Global Finance about the fallout of the coronavirus epidemic.

New Realities

New Realities

Editor Andrea Fiano's monthly letter to you, the reader.

A New Contagion

A New Contagion

Editor Andrea Fiano's monthly letter to you, the reader.

How the European Union Rules the World

How the European Union Rules the World

Anu Bradford is the Henry L. Moses Professor of Law and International Organization at Columbia Law School and a director for the European Legal Studies Center. Her research and teaching focus on European Union law, international trade law, and comparative and international antitrust law.

In a new book, The Brussels Effect: How the European Union Rules the World, she argues that the EU has become a leader in establishing standards worldwide, and that it is uniquely positioned to continue to set the pace in global policymaking.

2019

The Next Big Thing: Q&A With Nordea Bank Head Of Emerging Technologies Ville Sointu

The Next Big Thing: Q&A With Nordea Bank Head Of Emerging Technologies Ville Sointu

Ville Sointu, head of emerging technologies at Nordea Bank, sat down with Global Finance at Sibos in London to discuss technology trends in transaction banking. No surprise that distributed ledger technologies came up. But Sointu went beyond the blockchain, pointing to a future where robots could have their own bank accounts.

Catch The Waves

Catch The Waves

Editor Andrea Fiano's monthly letter to you, the reader.

The Cloud’s Siren Song

The Cloud’s Siren Song

Cloud providers are wooing cost-conscious financial firms. But shared computing has its own risks.

Special Cases

Special Cases

Andrea Fiano's monthly letter to you, the reader.

Hyperconnecting At Sibos 2019

Hyperconnecting At Sibos 2019

Thousands gather in London for this year's Sibos to discuss the evolution of the cloud-services market, the future of Swift, the role of the new nonbanks, the potential of open banking, and innovations in payments.

Saving The Best For Last

Global Finance magazine editor Andrea Fiano's message to readers about what to expect in this month's issue.