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

Click Here


Q&A with Manuel Jesus Bautista, Governor Central Bank of Honduras

ManuelJesus Bautista, Governor, Central Bank of Honduras won an “A” grade in Global Finance’s annual Central Banker Report Cards 2017. He spoke with magazine editor Andrea Fiano about the growth prospects for Honduras' economy and how the country could see an increased rate of inflation for 2017.


Paraguay economy to grow at 5.5%: Central Bank Governor

Carlos Fernandéz Valdovinos, governor of the central bank of Paraguay, was among the world’s top central bankers in Global Finance Magazine’s annual Central Banker Report Cards. Here, he talks with GFMag editor Andrea Fiano about how recovery in big neighboring economies is giving the Paraguayan economy a lift, and the need for reforms to continue.

Award Ceremonies and Events

Brazil Needs Social Security Reforms: Goldfajn

Ilan Goldfajn, governor, central bank of Brazil, one of the top-rated governors in Global Finance’s annual Central Banker Report Cards, talks with Magazine editor Andrea Fiano about the progress of reforms in Brazil and how it has impacted the country and the region politically as well as economically.

Country Report

Banking In Brazil | Addicted To Hot Money

With thestate-owned National Bank for Economic and Social Development ending its subsidized credit lending practice in Brazil,state and private retail banks will have to step in to support thelong-term credit market unlike at present.


Emerging Markets Draw Record Private Equity Funding

Emerging markets took 9% of the global total of $240 billion invested by private capital funds during the the first half of 2017, the highest share since before emerging markets’ sudden fall from grace in 2011.