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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.
The Brexit vote spurred M&A deals but a no-deal Brexit could destroy this momentum.
Nigerian bank merger will create an entity serving 29 million customers across three continents.
Other giants in the sharing economy are going public in 2019.
Regional banks can take advantage of the $1.6 trillion funding gap that exists in trade finance but only if they move quickly.
Much of Africa is underbanked and Nigeria is determined to do something about it.
Digital transformation of business operations comes with risk.
The future of Nissan, Mitsubishi and Renault depend on what happens to Carlos Ghosn.
Thomas Ramge and Jon Schwochow make understanding business and economics easy through the visualization of data.
Britain may not know what it wants out of Brexit, but Ireland does.
8,000 delegates from around the world traveled to Sibos' annual conference.
Xiaomi isn't the only company in hot water with Chinese authorities.
A new McKinsey & Co. report finds that banks are facing margin pressures and experiencing slower growth thanks to tech companies, not all of them fintechs.
China's rise is changing the private banking landscape.
The fifth installment of a Global Finance FAQ web series on Islamic finance.
Islamic finance is a fast-growing $2 trillion industry, yet many finance professionals do not know halal from haram. Global Finance's series on Islamic finance explains.
Abenomics is incentivizing Japanese companies to look for opportunities abroad.
Changing of the guard at Wall Street's most famous investment bank.
Output and fertility rates in many countries have not recovered from the Great Recession and income inequality is increasing even as the world financial system is more resilient.
Report from Global Finance's Digital Bank and Innovators Conference.
Report from Eurofinance's 27th annual treasury management conference.
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