The Year Of The Vaccine
Who gets it, how much—and when—could make or break economies this year.
Global news and insight for corporate financial professionals
Global Finance names its foreign exchange awards in honor of Gordon W. Platt Jr., a beloved and devoted editor, friend and global citizen.
A volatile currency environment is focusing attention on foreign exchange and day-to-day cash flow.
Top-performing FX teams are demanding better analytics and integration, leveraging new tools of automation, data and artificial intelligence. In 2021, the best FX banks are delivering with digital innovation.
Dr. Gur Roshwalb, a former medical practitioner and now managing director at aMoon, a health technology and life sciences venture fund, discusses how Covid-19 is changing biotech investing, what he looks for as an investor and which new sectors are gaining momentum.
From scandal to pandemic, Austria’s economy has had a long year.
Despite a year of increasing pressure and concerns, the Saudi financial sector remains resilient.
Reverberations from the US-China trade war may have contributed.
The country joins a growing list of Arab states that recognize the Jewish state.
Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, and Switzerland all meet the U.S. government's criteria for being currency manipulators yet only two of those countries were officially labelled as such.
Sudan's removal from the US state sponsors of terrorist list will not be pain-free.
The new frontiers in banking include mobile payments, blockchain, inclusion and … agriculture?
Investor demand, bolstered by Covid-19 concerns, have kicked off a global surge in social bond issuance.
After months of negotiations, Bombardier is set to close a deal to sell the rail division to French manufacturer Alstom.
Tai is regarded as a pragmatist who can’t be easily placed as either a protectionist or a free trader.
A former senior fellow at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and an Obama adminstration alum, Deese has powerful allies on Capitol Hill.
Shell has elevated two other women to senior trading roles as well.
Bank tellers are being digitized.
The normalization of relations between the UAE and Israel paved the way for billions of dollars of bilateral business opportunities.
Meet and greets in the M&A process have been replaced by Zoom calls and drone surveillance technology.
Paypal makes inroads on a continent where cash is still king.
Diversity is coming to the boardroom not through government regulations but private initiative.
IPO roadshows go virtual in bid to circumvent Covid.
Once shunned by Wall Street, Bitcoin is going mainstream.
Executives at banks across Europe are trading top posts with one another.
The deal is part of Hitachi’s ongoing strategy to de-emphasize lines of business outside its core focus of information technology.
The world economy may be down but IPOs are up.
Japan’s Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corp. will use the proceeds to pay for the acquisition of its mobile unit.
The pharmaceutical sector is consolidating.
A message from the editors of Global Finance magazine.
WHO’s Solidarity Response Fund has been instrumental in enlisting a wide range of support to fight Covid-19.
Kate Dodson, Vice President for Global Health at the UN Foundation, discusses WHO’s Strategic Preparedness Response Plan.
Can Ethiopia recapture the magic of its recent fast-growth decade? First it needs to emerge from Covid-19, then to reassure foreign investors.