Royal Commission: Dark humour in Oz

Royal Commission: Dark humour in Oz

March 06, 2019

Australia’s Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry was a bruising business for all involved, but it was not without its light-hearted moments.

Lessons from the farm in China

Lessons from the farm in China

February 04, 2019

Euromoney is a great believer that if you’re going to cover inclusive finance properly, you have to talk to the people who are supposed to be on the receiving end of the inclusion.

The art of trading

The art of trading

January 22, 2019

A surreal moment with the new head of the Vienna Stock Exchange.

WeWork: Go big or go home

WeWork: Go big or go home

January 11, 2019

You have to admire the sheer audacity of WeWork – when its primary backer SoftBank decided to slash further investment in the shared office-space company by 87.5% from a mooted $16 billion to just $2 billion, the firm came out swinging.

Sibos: Expert witness

Sibos: Expert witness

October 30, 2018

The banking and financial conference scores highly with Euromoney's correspondent.

Slippery customer

Slippery customer

October 16, 2018

All sorts of things disrupt internal meetings at banks: phone calls, fire drills, impatient colleagues wanting the room – but a snake falling from the ceiling? That’s a new one.