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Cover: The Global War On Tax Havens

AT HAVENS END? Multinational corporations could have a much more difficult time shifting profits to low-tax jurisdictionsand deductions to high-tax...


Israel: Wanted—Central Bank Leader

NEWSMAKERS By David Lipkin The succession of Stanley Fischer, governor of Israel’s central bank, has turned into a melodrama. Two of the appointed candidates for the job withdrew in a matter of days. The last candidate of prime ...

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Treasury & Cash Management: Nick Fanandakis, CFO, DuPont

CFO INTERVIEW — A GLOBAL VIEW By Denise Bedell Nick Fanandakis, EVP and CFO of global agriculture, industrial bioscience and advanced materials company DuPont, sat down with Global Finance to discuss the firm’s growth strategy, resource allocation and ...


UK: BoE Appointee Has EU Influence

NEWSMAKERS By Gilly Wright The surprise appointment of Sir Jon Cunliffe as deputy governor of the Bank of England shows how seriously the UK takes challenges to its financial sector. From November, Cunliffe will be responsible for ...

Economics, Policy & Regulation

Croatia Finally Joins The EU Fold

Croatia becomes 28th member of the EU In 2004, when nine former Communist countries joined the EU, there were widespread...

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Country Report: Portugal

MODEL FOR GROWTH? By Vanessa Drucker The Troika’s “darling of reform” is in its third year of recession. Citizens—and policy-makers—want to see the promised economic rebound. Portugal and the European Union depend on one another. On the one ...

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Cover: Three Scenarios for Brazil

SUNSET, OR A NEW SUNRISE? By Michael Shari Brazil faces a monumental challenge in meeting the expectations of its citizens,...