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Corporate borrowing remains high, despite fears of a pending recession. Still, post-crisis rules may be mitigating the risks.
This year, the Country Winners of the Global Finance World’s Safest Banks rankings include five new countries and 24 new winners. And three countries had two banks in a near-tie for the No. 1 spot.
Global Finance unveils its 26th annual listing of the best banks globally, regionally and in 149 countries. The winners outperformed their peers using sustainable business models and good governance, while adapting to rapid change.
Here is the list of countries that owe the most to foreign creditors in 2019. The United States leads, followed by the Euro area and the United Kingdom.
Dozens of banks attended Global Finance magazine's transaction banking award ceremony in the iconic Gherkin Building.
Four Middle Eastern nations are implementing a slew of reforms to attract foreign investment.
Protests aren't the only factor dampening Hong Kong's economy.
The world's billionaires are getting younger and more diverse.
Will the EU follow China in tit-for-tat escalation with the US over tariffs?
The region is ablaze and investors are adjusting their tactics accordingly.
Helios Towers' IPO paves the way for expanding and upgrading its services in Africa where demand is growing rapidly.
Budweiser Brewing Co APAC's successful IPO is just what Hong Kong's stock market needs after months of political turmoil.
Telecoms are moving into banking as disruptive technologies like Skype and Whatsapp squeeze margins.
Global Finance reports on the Central Bank of Kuwait’s "Shaping the Future" conference.
CEO of Principles for Responsible Investment Fiona Reynolds sat down with Global Finance at the organization's annual conference last week in Paris to talk about the growing momentum behind ESG in the corporate world.
Companies are adapting to tech-driven disruption and that is changing how CFOs approach their jobs.
Can Hong Kong's IPO market bounce back after months of intense protests?
China's rise is boosting the economies of African nations.
WeWork will likely be one the largest IPOs of 2019—and one of the most problematic.
Political instability in 2018 dented the net worth of billionaires around the globe.
Paraguay is largely insulated from Argentina's growing economic woes.
Citi executives sit down with Global Finance to discuss the uncertainties of Brexit, the US-China trade war, and changing M&A patterns.
Mexican state oil company's troubles could trigger a broader debt crisis if the economy goes into recession.
Boris Johnson promises to deliver Brexit at any cost.
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