So-called tax havens face pressure as regulators seek to stem malfeasance, but there are legit reasons to go offshore.
Fintech and automation are critical to growing transaction-banking services in the era of Big Data.
The Basel III rules aim to decrease bank leverage and increase liquidity. In addition to capital efficiency, the rules also institute stress testing and standardize market liquidity risk.
Global Finance honored global and regional winners of its digital bank awards at a ceremony in London following its Digital Banking Conference.
AI is making a big splash in CFO offices. Where will its promise of efficiency have the greatest impact?
Bankers are turning to a new generation of technology to accelerate clearing and settlement processes.
Sung-Yeop Kim, executive vice president and head of the Wealth Management Group and Private Banking for KEB Hana, talks with Global Finance about how his bank serves Asia’s growing ranks of wealthy.
The post-Sibos consensus is that collaborating as partners yields better results in developing technology than battling as competitors.
Over the past year, India enforced reforms in eight of the 10 areas on which the rankings are based, showing improvement in nine of them.
As the January deadline draws closer, realities of surviving in the post PSD2 are starting to dawn on banks.
Large multinationals are edged out of Europe’s top 50 by midsize banks that are based in developed economies and offer global service.
Jerry Zhang, CEO of Standard Chartered Bank (China), speaks about the bank’s award-winning efforts in sustainable, socially responsible banking practices.
As debt burdens inside China rise, the country's banks are ramping up cross-border lending.
Dominated by the largest banks in the world by far, China’s economy has soared to towering heights. But what lies beyond the horizon?
Banks and fintech companies often work on a symbiotic basis by bringing new technologies and algorithms to legacy institutions.
India’s banking system, weighted toward state-backed entities, is opening up to private-sector banks to boost competition.
Global Finance grades the world’s central bank governors on how well they have performed in the past year.
The rosier outlook gives central banks a chance to return to more traditional policies after endless cycles of easing. The US Federal Reserve (Fed) is likely to stick to its plan of slowly increasing interest rates, and the European Central Bank (ECB) could follow suit.