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Newsmaker: Bermuda Premier Seeks Piece Of Islamic Finance Pie

NEWSMAKERS: BERMUDA   By Gordon Platt Paula Cox, Bermuda’s premier and minister of finance, shared the stage with former US president Bill Clinton in New York in September at the C3 Summit, a conference designed to promote relations between business ...

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Offshore Deals Help Counter Slowing Global M&A Market

MILESTONES: GLOBAL   By Paula Green   Corporate financial executives with cash to burn are turning up the heat on merger and acquisition activity in offshore financial locales around the globe.   M&A deals are on the rise in Mauritius The value ...

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Winners’ Circle: Subcustodians

REIGNING SUPREME By Kathryn Tully Global Finance evaluates the Best of the Best Subcustodians in The Winners' Circle: An ongoing look at the top awards winners over the magazine's 25-year history, launched as part of our 25th Anniversary ...

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Global FinanceannouncesThe Winners’ CircleA ranking of the Top Winners of our Annual Awards over the magazine’s 25-year history NEW YORK, June...

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World’s Best Banks 2012: North America

By Thomas Clouse, Jonathan Gregson, Antonio Guerrero & Gordon Platt NORTH AMERICA North America’s banks are well along the road to recovery from the financial crisis, amid signs of improvement in the US and Canadian economies. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ...

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Islamic Bank Awards 2011: By Country

Country Awards Algeria Al Salam Bank-Algeria Al Salam Bank-Algeria was established in October 2008 with capital of $100 million. New rules on Islamic banking in Algeria became effective in January 2011 and are expected to promote the growth of the ...

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World’s Best Banks: North America Country Winners

North America Rising Markets Lift Banks North America’s banking system is in much better condition than it was before the financial crisis erupted. It has significantly more Tier 1 capital and plenty of liquidity, thanks in part to the Federal ...