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Emerging & Frontier Markets

Mezouar Takes His Post As Opposition Leader

NEWSMAKERS: MOROCCO By Michael Shari Minister until recently in the reigning government's cabinet in Morocco, Salaheddine Mezouar is now the official leader of the opposition party in the country's parliament. Making his vote count: As opposition leader, ...

Banking

Sector Report: Middle East Telecoms

SOWING SEEDS OF CHANGE By Anita Hawser The Arab Spring heralded the beginnings of reform and showed the growing importance of social media in enabling communal action. The telecoms sector in the Middle East has been forever changed ...

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

EM Regional Review: Latin America

PREPARING FOR THE WORST By Antonio Guerrero Latin American countries are starting to build reserves and diversify economies to brace for a possible global downturn. The question is whether it will be enough to protect the export-driven ...

Economics, Policy & Regulation

Global Salon

PARADIGM SHIFT By Vanessa Drucker As part of its Salon series, Global Finance sat down on November 1 with Marc Chandler, global head of currency strategy at Brown Brothers Harriman and author of Making Sense of the Dollar . ...

News

The Italian Job

NEWSMAKERS: ITALY By Anita Hawser As yields on Italian debt crept above 7% in mid-November, all eyes were on Italy as the next house of cards that could come tumbling down in the eurozone. Bini Smaghi out ...

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

FX Supplement: Is The Euro Crumbling?

IS THE EURO CRUMBLING? By Gordon Platt Major reform is needed, but whether the political will is there to make large scale changes remains to be seen. The alternative may be the end of the eurozone as it ...

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

FX: Europe’s Unresolved Crises

CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: FOREIGN EXCHANGE By Gordon Platt Safe-haven buying drove US bond yields to the lowest level since 1950, and the dollar rose as the tumultuous summer of 2011 drew to a close with no solution in ...

Banking

Lagarde Prepares To Put Her Stamp On The IMF

NEWSMAKERS: GLOBAL By Michael Shari Not since the reconstruction of Western Europe in the aftermath of World War II has an incoming managing director of the International Monetary Fund come under such tremendous pressure to prove that it ...

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Trade & Supply Chain Finance 2011: Forfaiting

IN WITH THE OLD By Paula L. Green Thanks to new technology that improves information flow, traditional trade finance tools such as forfaiting are now being used more frequently as part of a broader supply chain finance program. ...

Award Winners

World’s Best Banks 2011: Regional Winners

Regional Winners Best Bank in North America JPMorgan Chase Jamie Dimon, chairman, president and CEO www.jpmorganchase.com JPMorgan Chase is a top-three bank in most of its business lines across North America. Its relative stability has helped it to increase ...
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