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After a year of challenges for the global FX market, the pace of change hasn’t slowed.
Volatile markets spur innovation.
Global Finance honors this year’s best corporate FX providers.
Sony Group Corporation (SGC) won Global Finance’s Best Company in the World for Foreign Exchange Management award for the successful implementation of its Metro global treasury management system, which supports all SGC business segments—except financial services—worldwide.
Global Finance speaks with Steven Cranwell, CEO of the Americas at Standard Chartered Bank, about the outlook for Southeast Asia, the Americas and pan-Pacific trade.
Thanks to a smooth management of the pandemic, higher oil prices and increased production, the Arab world’s biggest economy is rebounding with vigor.
US President Joseph Biden considers a extreme measures to prevent any Russian invasion of Ukraine.
For Africa, cuts in Chinese investment will have a devastating impact.
Amazon gets hit with a $1 billion fine by the Italian government for anti-competitive practices.
The growth and increasing integration of cryptocurrencies into the world financial system has Britain's central bank worried.
Zac Nesper, treasurer at HP, speaks with Global Finance about the company’s $1 billion sustainable bond offering in June and the framework HP developed for future issuances.
Green bonds are so common it’s time for some quality control.
The company's new chairperson Ortega Pérez has worked at the company for 15 years, starting on the shop floor of Zara on King’s Road in London.
Gita Gopinath's surprise appointment comes just two months after she was to depart from the IMF for academia.
A veteran of Unilever moves to take the reigns at Chanel.
UBS's C-suite just got more diverse.
Latin American fintech's next big thing may involve a regional economic cornerstone: agriculture.
The era of Chinese companies getting listed on the New York Stock Exchange appears to be over, at least for now.
In 2020, the Chinese government acted to tamp down the sector’s exuberance with its so-called “three red lines” policy, designed to limit developers’ financing and control new debt-related risks.
Nubank's IPO is a success but many analysts believe the bank's stock is overvalued.
Many of Japan’s SMEs have been family-run for generations and face an uncertain future because there is no family member to take over the business.
KKR currently holds a 37.5% stake in TIM’s “last mile” network, and is reportedly mulling a breakup of the group if the deal goes through.
African telecom operator MTN doesn't need brick-and-mortar retail locations to expand its network.
Supply chain troubles force CFOs to come up with creative solutions.
BBVA moves in as foreign investors flee.
Global IPO markets were hot in 2021 and the prospects for 2022 look similarly stronger.
Blockchain-based technology disrupts the $6.6 trillion daily global FX market.
The Peruvian economy is set to rebound, but uncertainty muddies prospects.
Across the GCC, banks are grappling with changing expectations driven by the new possibilities offered by technology.
Markets continued to grow despite harm caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
China maps a pragmatic route through environmental issues.