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Did politics play a role in the cancellation of Ant Group's IPO?
As investors and other stakeholders apply pressure for sustainable policies on the environment and society, companies are changing their ways, somewhat—and also pushing back.
Bank safety has never mattered more than it does now.
Global Finance selects the world's 10 best cities to live in based on eight metrics, including pandemic response.
On October 27, Global Finance conducted a Sub-custody Roundtable, moderated by publisher and editorial director Joseph Giarraputo. The Roundtable agenda covered crucial topics in the sub-custody sector including: the global and regional impact on the COVID-19 pandemic on sub-custodians; the effect ...
Covid-19 cruelly crushed some innovators, but the companies that have reinvented themselves are getting stronger.
Kazakhstan is embracing cutting-edge fintech.
The pandemic may have closed stores and movie theatres but not the IPO market.
Stripe's acquisition is part of a wider trend of African fintech startups defying the odds during the global pandemic to bag multimillion-dollar M&A deals.
The shake-up at the top of the company’s ranks comes at a pivotal time for the e-commerce business.
Data-warehousing cloud platform Snowflake jumped 112% in its spectacular first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange.
Many companies reinvent themselves to survive.
Palantir and Asana go public in direct listings as the IPO market heats up.
Wirecard’s scandalous collapse exposes the weakness of a single EU financial market that leaves regulatory supervision to the member states.
Most companies around the world are being profoundly affected by Covid-19, and the impact on financial reporting and control is significant.
Commercial real estate is being reshaped by the health crisis, offering both risk and opportunity.
Entrepreneurs—even the more seasoned ones—say they most value the coaching of finance executives.
The risk that tenants will fall behind on rent payments or go out of business under the stresses of the global coronavirus pandemic is enormous.
The expected spike in bankruptcies and restructuring cases is global.
With lockdown easing in many places, small and midsize enterprises can get back to business; but they face huge hurdles.
Banks and governments are trying to provide enough financial support to avoid economic collapse, but some businesses won’t make it.
Use of data science skills to make corporate finance decisions is expanding to inform everything from IPO participation to foreign exchange to new product development.
In an announcement on April 13, SoftBank cited a “deteriorating market environment” as the explanation for the abysmal results at its $100 billion Vision Fund.
The scandal reignited long-standing concerns over accounting standards at US-listed Chinese companies.
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