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Corporate borrowing remains high, despite fears of a pending recession. Still, post-crisis rules may be mitigating the risks.
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.
Report from Eurofinance's 27th annual treasury management conference.
FinTech expert Chris Skinner discusses innovation, disruption and the bank of the future at Eurofinance's 27th annual treasury management conference.
The longer the US-China trade war continues, the greater the risk of de-globalization becomes.
Japanese investors are beginning to shake off their notorious aversion to risk and foreign companies and governments are taking advantage.
Trade wars may not have winners but they certainly have losers.
Basel rules have created new opportunities for institutional and corporate investors in trade finance.
AMLO transitions from campaigning to governing.
Environmental, social and governance concerns are becoming central to corporate finance.
The fourth installment of a Global Finance FAQ web series on Islamic finance.
Trade tensions are just one aspect of deteriorating economic ties between the U.S. and China.
The third installment of a Global Finance FAQ web series on Islamic finance.
The second installment of a Global Finance FAQ web series on Islamic finance.
Billed as potentially the biggest IPO since Alibaba, Xiaomi's IPO comes up short.
The first installment of a Global Finance FAQ web series on Islamic finance.
GM becomes the first automaker in history to have women in both the CEO and CFO positions.
Abraaj's collapse raises fresh questions about transparency and regulatory norms in the UAE and broader Middle East.
Under pressure from activist investors, company leaders are in a balancing act between the desire for greater margins and need to grow.
Despite having cash to burn, WeWork turns to the bond markets to raise capital.
Xiaomi's IPO could become the largest since Alibaba's 2014 listing.
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