Shaping the future of finance: The firms - The people - The leaders
Euromoney's 40th anniversary gives us a chance to look forward. We profile the firms and the individuals who will help to write a new and successful chapter in global finance. We’ve picked out old firms sticking to what they have always done best and whose time has come, or those adapting to new times; or relatively young businesses with a new offering, or a new take on an old one.
Comment: Banks must show leadership in new era for global finance
The leaders of nine of the world’s pre-eminent financial
institutions discuss the challenges facing the global banking
industry: restoring trust among policymakers and stakeholders;
avoiding regulation that will hurt economies as well as banks;
bringing compensation back into line; and making money in a
radically changed world.
Banking & Markets
These are the people and businesses that will help shape the
financial markets in the years to come: from firms old and new
that will lead the field in restructuring, to growing forces to
be reckoned with in capital markets, wealth management,
securities trading and research.
Regional firms to follow
Innovation in finance is likely to be driven as much from
emerging markets as the developed world. Some of the biggest
names in banking, asset management and private equity will
spring from the markets of Latin America, Asia and EEMEA.
Latin America Asia Central & Eastern Europe Middle East & Africa"The first edition of Euromoney appears at a most appropriate time as current tensions in all financial markets herald a final break with the methods of the past; we are taking the first venturesome steps into an unknown world in which previous experience will provide little useful guidance.