Rebuilding investors’ confidence
Increasing uncertainty in the global economy is making investors nervous about the potential for substantial losses. DIF Broker is working to solve this issue
The fourth industrial revolution risks creating ‘digital refugees’
The rapid development of artificial intelligence and robotics has prompted fears among leaders at Davos, with the World Economic Forum warning of the technologies’ detrimental long-term effects
Becoming Nigeria’s main digital bank
With an eye on becoming a leader for digital transformation, Standard Chartered is pursuing a major and exciting digitally focused revamp
A new dawn for UK engineering
The UK is facing a skills gap in its engineering sector. Luckily, there are a number of concrete steps the government, industry and academia can take to address this
The skills delusion
It is commonly accepted that possessing superior skills will bring about a better-paid job. But as strikingly few skilled people are required to drive growth, are there enough highly paid jobs to go around?
What would the world look like without China?
Although a slowdown in China could disrupt the global economy beyond all measure, the country’s collapse is not as close as many economists believe
Can Europe’s banks save the EU?
Discord between Europe’s thousands of banks could be negatively impacting the continent’s ineffective financial system. Cross-border banking mergers may be the solution
The future of Kazakh life insurance
While Kazakhstan has experienced a slowdown in economic growth over the past two years, its life insurance market has continued to grow thanks to rapid digitalisation, according to Oxana Radchenko at JSC Kazkommerts Life
Reforming Angola’s financial sector
Economic growth in oil-dependent economies rests on successful innovation and enterprise, but this can be challenging in an age of increased investor caution
Dissecting the US Treasury’s country-by-country reporting regulations
Expert on in-house corporate tax Nancy Manzano provides World Finance with insight into US country-by-country reporting regulations, with one definitive question in mind, what exactly has changed?
Organised crime: the economic underbelly
Organised crime does not just wreak havoc in society, it also has a profound economic impact that costs the global system countless billions each year
Donald Trump: the bull in the China shop
Donald Trump has outlined a number of aggressive policies to boost big business and the US job market, but how does he plan to reduce national debt?
A marked man: Carney’s BoE departure
Bank of England Governor, Mark Carney, has found himself in a world where his values are increasingly under fire. The Canadian banker is now set to depart his role in 2019
Shared mortgages ensure the house always wins
As the US returns to growth following the disastrous house market crash last decade, new ideas are being sought to avoid a repeat at all costs
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- AYA Bank transforms Myanmar’s banking sector
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