Africa Supplement 2018

Africa Supplement 2018

The African continent contains some of the fastest growing economies in the world. Collectively, growth in Sub-Saharan Africa alone is projected to climb to an average 3.6% in 2019–20, up from 3.1% in 2018, according to the World Bank. Yet it is also home to many of the poorest countries, with the lowest GDP per capita. With its fast-growing population, rapid urbanization, and expanding middle class, the potential for further economic growth in Africa is enormous. But there remain many barriers to realizing anything near the continent’s full potential. 

Middle East Supplement 2018

Middle East Supplement 2018

Across the Middle East, where more than half of the population is under the age of 24, educational systems are strained and unemployment rates are high. Even in the oil-rich Gulf, fiscal pressures from lower hydrocarbon revenues are forcing governments to cut back on the largesse their citizens have come to expect.

Middle East Supplement 2017

Middle East Supplement 2017

The Middle East has faced numerous economic and political challenges in the last few years, but to its credit, it has weathered them reasonably well. That is due in part to the considerable oil wealth that characterizes countries throughout the region; although lower oil prices in the last two years have significantly impacted fiscal revenues, particularly in the larger more-oil-dependent economies such as Saudi Arabia.

Treasury & Cash Management Supplement 2016

Treasury & Cash Management Supplement 2016

Our annual overview of the treasury and cash management market gets into the details of regulation and compliance, cross-border payments, treasury technology innovations, know-your-customer rules and more. But we want to step back from the trees and look at the forest, too. So we reached out to some friends.

FX Supplement 2015

FX Supplement 2015

As volatile currencies toy with the bottom lines of global companies, corporate treasurers are paying a lot more attention to foreign exchange.

Africa Supplement 2015

Africa Supplement 2015

The real question for Africa now is not so much about past economic performance but about what’s coming next.

Treasury & Cash Management Supplement 2015

Treasury & Cash Management Supplement 2015

An exclusive ranking of Global Cash 25; the most liquid companies in the world. Coverage of the new regulations for cash management, development in correspondent banking, and Who's Who in TCM.

Middle East Supplement 2015

Middle East Supplement 2015

With a broad-ranging project such as Global Finance’s annual Middle East supplement, success means providing clear insights and stripping away layers of confusion and misunderstanding.

Foreign Exchange Supplement 2014

Foreign Exchange Supplement 2014

Many dyed-in-the-wool foreign exchange traders lament the regulatory changes sweeping the industry more than six years after the global financial crisis. The market has become too boring for them. In the US, the Volcker Rule has caused banks to shut down their proprietary trading desks, while provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act are causing big FX banks to stop making markets in currencies and to act simply as agents for their customers.

Africa Supplement 2014

Africa Supplement 2014

Though Africa has experienced impressive growth for well over a decade now, domestic markets and intraregional economic relations have remained constrained, with national economies driven primarily by mounting foreign demand for the continent’s natural resources and commodity exports.

Today, however, things appear to be changing.

Treasury & Cash Management 2014

Treasury & Cash Management 2014

Global Finance presents the fifth annual Technology & Treasury Management Supplement and eBook — a powerful resource that will explore the ways that innovative companies, banks and individuals are driving progress and change in the Treasury Management arena.