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Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Milestone: Slovenia: Next In Line For A Bailout?

MILESTONES: SLOVENIA   By Valentina Pasquali   With all eyes on the much larger Spain and Italy, Slovenia might actually turn out to be the next eurozone country in line for a bailout.   Bets are on as to whether ...


Salon: Luigi Zingales Populist Revolt

POPULIST REVOLT   By Vanessa Drucker   Global Finance held its monthly Salon in the magazine’s New York office with Luigi Zingales, professor of entrepreneurship and finance at the Booth School of Business of the University of Chicago and author ...


Central Banker Report Cards 2012

GUNNING FOR GROWTH   By Gordon Platt, Antonio Guerrero and Anita Hawser   Global Finance presents its annual report on the performance of the world’s central bank governors.   Central banks of most of the major global economies are pulling ...


Central Banker Report Cards 2012: Europe

By Gordon Platt, Antonio Guerrero and Anita Hawser EUROPE BELARUS Nadezhda Ermakova Grade: C Ermakova assumed the chairmanship of the central bank in August 2011 under somewhat controversial circumstances. Her predecessor, Petr Prokopovich, retired against a backdrop of spiraling inflation ...

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

FX: Central Banks Could Help Euro

CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: FOREIGN EXCHANGE By Gordon Platt A favorable ruling by Germany’s constitutional court on the legitimacy of the...

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Poland Shines In CEE

STAR GAZING   By Vanessa Drucker   Among Central and Eastern European countries, Poland’s economic performance clearly stands out. Unlike other countries it has the luxury of economic growth, and it boasts a large domestic market that can pick up ...

Award Winners

Awards: World’s Best Subcustodians 2012

NEW HORIZONS By Gordon Platt With every new regulation that hits global trust and custody banks, a new service is born for subcustodians. Keeping up is expensive and challenging, but nonetheless it is a good time to be ...