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Award Winners

World’s Best Subcustodians 2012: Regional Winners

By Gordon Platt NORTH AMERICA Citi Lee Waite, global head of direct custody and clearing, Citi Citi's Global Transaction Services division has the largest proprietary custody network in the world, covering 61 markets and 98.5% of global market capitalization. Lee ...

Award Winners

Best Banks For Cash Management

By Anita Hawser BEST BANK FOR CASH MANAGEMENT—GLOBAL WINNER Citi Citi has a strong track record of managing complex global mandates, which plays to its strengths and presence across hundreds of countries and currencies. It boasts an impressive client list ...

Emerging & Frontier Markets

Regional Focus: Latin America

FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Antonio Guerrero While neither Brazil nor Uruguay have any trade pacts aside from Mercosur, Chile and Mexico have many agreements in place. The two strategies have met with varying success. When ...

Data

Global Economic Indicators: Key Sources and Links

Global Finance’s selection of the best links to authoritative sources of global economic statistics, indicators and data. INTERNATIONAL SOURCES FOR GLOBAL ECONOMIC STATISTICS IMF – International Monetary Fund: Homepage Data and Statistics World Economic Outlook database on selected macroeconomic ...

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Cover Story : Africa in Squeeze

AFRICA IN A SQUEEZE By Paula Green Africa faces an uncertain future as its key economies suffer multiple setbacks and the global slump threatens to constrict the flow of investment. By Paula L. Green Being ...

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Features: Global Custody

BUYER’S GUIDE Global Finance presents its annual sponsored guide to the leading providers in the global custody market. SUB-CUSTODIANS DEUTSCHE BANK Custody Assets: 2008: €1.272 trillion 2007: €1.609 trillion Ratings: Moody’s Aa1, S&P; A+, Fitch AA- ...

Country Report

Features: Growth interrupted

COUNTRY REPORT: SOUTH AFRICA   Flagging global growth, an ongoing energy shortage and increasing wage and inflation pressures are weighing heavily on South Africa’s economy.   In a hole: South Africa's mining industry has been badly affected by recent power ...
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