China: Three decades, six leaders

China: Three decades, six leaders

June 28, 2019

As part of Asiamoney’s 30th anniversary coverage, we have selected six key individuals who have contributed more than most to the development of banking and capital markets in China.

Financial markets: What's next for China?

Financial markets: What's next for China?

June 28, 2019

In 30 years, China has gone from a backward command economy to a global superpower, but what will the next 30 hold? Asiamoney picks 10 factors to watch, from the renminbi to bonds to wealth management, as we move towards the mid-century.

30 years of capital market progress

30 years of capital market progress

June 28, 2019

Asia Pacific used to be an afterthought for global banks, but thanks to China, it is now one of the world’s most important financial regions.

Asia: Three decades of corporate achievement

Asia: Three decades of corporate achievement

June 28, 2019

Asiamoney has recognized the most impressive companies across Asia-Pacific for the last three decades, publishing the Best Managed Companies Awards, the Corporate Governance Poll and Asia’s Outstanding Companies Poll.

The inside story: Sandy and the Glass-Steagall repeal

The inside story: Sandy and the Glass-Steagall repeal

June 10, 2019

1998: As the 1990s came to a close, Euromoney spent time in the US with Sandy Weill and Jamie Dimon, watching as LTCM imploded and the Glass-Steagall laws were repealed (from the imagination of Jon Macaskill).

Special focus

SME financing: special focus

SME financing: special focus

March 25, 2019

The vexed battle to finance small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) continues amid risk aversion, economic weakness, new regulations and banks’ balance-sheet repair.

Donald Trump: special focus

Donald Trump: special focus

March 18, 2019

What has Trump's presidency meant for banking and financial markets? Unsurprisingly, things haven't gone as expected.

Iran sanctions: special focus

Iran sanctions: special focus

December 03, 2018

Euromoney investigates how the relaxation of western sanctions on Iran – dubbed the world’s most lucrative closed economy – will jump-start trade and capital flows from Europe to the Gulf, and plots a vision for the country's banking system and economic transformation, more generally.