Join the global community of corporate and public-sector finance industry leaders reading Global Finance monthly in print.

Click Here

Economics, Policy & Regulation

Swift’s Sticking Power

Despite emerging alternatives, the network power of Swift makes it tough to remain in the global financial system and avoid sanctions.

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Globalization’s New Puzzle

International trade remains robust, even as the world’s multinationals reshore, near-shore and otherwise reshape the interlocking pieces.


The New Space Race

Private companies take a growing role, as innovations and data needs expand the sector.

Economics, Policy & Regulation

Ban May Bolster Swift Alternatives

China and Russia have their own Swift-like systems, and while neither is likely to displace Swift tomorrow, sanctions will propel efforts to strengthen and expand them.

Economics, Policy & Regulation

Biden Nominates EXIM President

Reta JoLewis’ nomination to the controversial agency comes two years after Congress reauthorized the export credit agency after leaving it moribund from 2015 to 2019 and unable to grant financial commitments for more than $10 million.

Economics, Policy & Regulation

World Bank Scandal Touches IMF

Managing director of the IMF was found culpable in the World Bank Doing Business report scandal in which data was falsified.