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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 ...
Regulators are using ESG metrics to stress-test banks.
The ECB has announced that it will decide by mid-2021 when to launch a digital euro project, beginning with an investigative phase.
Policymakers should carry on with stimulus measures and let cheap borrowing costs ease their fears, Fund officials say.
The once-mighty cartel is struggling in the face of weak demand, a concerted push toward renewable energy and the market-pummeling impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Central banks in countries like Sweden, China, the UK, Uruguay, West Africa, Japan, Singapore, and France are piloting or experimenting with digital currencies.
Julio Velarde, chairman of the Central Reserve Bank of Peru, talked to Global Finance about the impact of Covid-19 and expectations for the future.
The president of the Central Bank of Brazil talks to Global Finance.
The governor of the Bulgarian National Bank speaks with Global Finance.
The governor of the Bank of Italy shares thoughts with Global Finance.
José Cantero, president of the Central Bank of Paraguay sits down with Global Finance to discuss how the current state of the world is affecting Paraguay’s economy.
Governor of the Central Bank of Chile shares insights with Global Finance.
Our 26th annual report grading the world’s central bankers considers their responses to the high-stress conditions wrought by the pandemic.
The governor of the Central Bank of the Dominican Republic speaks to Global Finance.
The governor of the Central Bank of Jordan talks with Global Finance.
Trade wars, a pandemic and heightened regulation are making KYC processes a priority and spurring institutions like Swift and the Fed to standardize them.
Quintessential Capital Management Managing Partner Gabriel Grego explains why his much-maligned “short activism” is good for investors and markets.
Wirecard’s scandalous collapse exposes the weakness of a single EU financial market that leaves regulatory supervision to the member states.
The 2008 crisis highlighted the role of company CFOs; the pandemic is highlighting the role of HR.
Over half a dozen candidates are vying to succeed Roberto Azevêdo as head of the World Trade Organization.
German fintech Wirecard collapses amid fraud allegations.
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