Global Finance: What's new about FiREapps for Cash Flow? Wolfgang Koester: FiREapps for Cash Flow revolutionizes the cash-flow exposure management process.
Nils Waldmann, of Nordea eFX Solutions Connectivity Sales and AutoFX, tells how a customer request led the bank to break through internal silos.
The same forces that have hammered Japan’s economy are at play in China, but with mitigating features that portend different outcomes.
New data-crunching platform from Nasdaq mixes everything from central bank statements to celebrity Tweets to uncover actionable investment trends.
Although the frequency of civil wars has fallen in recent decades, civil conflict in the Middle East has become ever more prevalent since the Arab Spring. A number of nations, including Syria, Tunisia, Libya, Iraq and others, have experienced either ...
Determining the influence of the state in a given company, and what that means for investors, is a surprisingly nuanced exercise.
Millenial millionaires aren't quite the "millionaire next door" of yore: they come with new attitudes and new futures to carve out.
"There are three principal ways to lose money: wine, women and engineers. While the first two are more pleasant, the third is by far the more certain", famously said baron Edmond James de Rothschild.
At almost 79, Ratan Naval Tata is donning the captain’s cap again at the $108 billion Tata Group. He’s back at his Bombay House corner office at group headquarters, taking daily calls on operations. After four years of retirement, the ...
As the reality of a Donald Trump presidency sinks in with the world's markets, financial professionals and economic groups are choosing to look at the stimulus that could result from the election of the real estate developer turned reality show star.
With billionaire president-elect Donald Trump in the White House, we may be about to witness a revival of bling. Trump has promised to lower taxes on the wealthy, giving them more to spend on everything from Apples (iPad) to zircon ...
Paolo Sironi, thought leader for IBM in wealth management, talks about robot financial advisors and how they could make personal finance--from retirement planning to saving for college or a vacation--more engaging.