Saudi markets get chance to shine?
Despite political football, the bank is still in the game
Time is running out for Italy to make the reforms it needs to produce a self-sustaining recovery.
Markets ended 2014 beset by fear. Deflation is now a global concern and the doomsayers see rapidly falling commodity prices as the canary in the coalmine. But the nattering nabobs of negativism are wrong.
New COO Jonathan Moulds will bring a straightforward and sensible approach to the challenges facing Barclays. Will he end up pulling the strings more than CEO Antony Jenkins?
When JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon delivered the welcome news to employees that he had been given the all clear after a recent bout of throat cancer, senior managers in attendance rose to applaud.
Coutts International has plenty of attractive assets to offer its many possible new owners. Julius Baer looks the best fit.
Middle Eastern sovereign wealth funds had to endure plenty of criticism for their investments in western banks during the financial crisis. They are looking far smarter now.
M&A volumes are on the rise in Africa, but due diligence is a must for a successful partnership in a fragmented region.
The growing likelihood of an economic crisis in Russia will have a major impact on global markets in 2015.
Brazil has a long and painful struggle ahead to revive its economy. Denial and complacency will not help that process.
The WSE should pursue local opportunities, rather than chasing new listings from foreign firms.
Global banks may feel that purging their correspondent banking relationships will help them de-risk, but they should beware the unintended consequences.
It’s time to get some perspective back into the debate about global foreign exchange.
Intercompany credit data suggests companies are more willing to borrow than banks claim. But what’s the point of banks if they won’t lend?
New York’s highest court has delivered a boost for the global banking model but the international legal architecture remains a minefield.
Three years ago, the leader of one of the world’s biggest countries almost called for a run on one of its biggest banks.
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Hon. Joe Oliver PC, MP and minister of finance for Canada gives the opening keynote at this year's Euromoney Global borrowers and investors forum.
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