Success from the top down

The financial crisis has made both those inside big business and on the fringes realise that better corporate governance is good for all involved. We celebrate those setting high standards in the Corporate Governance Awards 2015

The cosy relationship between Citigroup and the Obama administration is another example of why major banks need to have their wings clipped

Citigroup and the Obama administration: too close for comfort?

The cosy relationship between Citigroup and the Obama administration is another example of why major banks need to have their wings clipped

Adapting to record low oil prices; United Securities advises

Without a strategy to offset falling oil prices, financial services providers in the GCC region will struggle to keep their heads above water

Japan’s energy crisis means that citizens, the state and corporate entities must work together to bring hydrogen power into the mix

Japan opens its doors to hydrogen power

Japan’s energy crisis means that citizens, the state and corporate entities must work together to bring hydrogen power into the mix

Drastic new directives have transformed the European real estate sector and many companies are scrambling to adapt. With further regulation on the horizon, companies must look forward to stay ahead of the game

Patrizia Immobilien helps companies stay ahead of real estate game

Drastic new directives have transformed the European real estate sector and many companies are scrambling to adapt. With further regulation on the horizon, companies must look forward to stay ahead of the game

Going against convention

While the reputation of conventional banking has taken a nosedive in recent years, Islamic finance has been gaining popularity. We celebrate the outstanding performers across the industry in the World Finance Islamic Finance Awards 2015

Years of underinvestment have meant the world’s infrastructure needs updating, and with record low interest rates there has been no better time to invest

Time to invest in infrastructure

Years of underinvestment have meant the world’s infrastructure needs updating, and with record low interest rates there has been no better time to invest

The tax management profession in Brazil is thriving, and one firm that has risen above the rest in this sphere is Intercorp Group

Intercorp: Multi-jurisdictional legislation pays off

The tax management profession in Brazil is thriving, and one firm that has risen above the rest in this sphere is Intercorp Group

Lifting a national pay floor can be just as detrimental to employment in emerging markets as in more advanced nations

How minimum wages can hurt employment

Lifting a national pay floor can be just as detrimental to employment in emerging markets as in more advanced nations

While Brazil is not a member of the OECD, many multinational groups there are able to successfully navigate international transfer pricing standards, yielding effective results

How to navigate transfer pricing in Brazil; Deloitte advises

While Brazil is not a member of the OECD, many multinational groups there are able to successfully navigate international transfer pricing standards, yielding effective results

Dissenting voices should be encouraged rather than stifled in the boardroom, to help break through the conformity of groupthink

A lack of dissenting voices holds boards back

Dissenting voices should be encouraged rather than stifled in the boardroom, to help break through the conformity of groupthink

Once one of the poorest countries in South America, Bolivia’s petrochemical industry has helped drive its economy forward, and with a new plant set to begin operations in a few months, YPFB insists that the growth is showing no signs of slowing

Bolivia’s petrochemical industry set to prosper thanks to new plant

Once one of the poorest countries in South America, Bolivia’s petrochemical industry has helped drive its economy forward, and with a new plant set to begin operations in a few months, YPFB insists that the growth is showing no signs of slowing

A recent spat of volatility has made investing in the Asian credit market even more challenging than before, as Chew Heng Yong and Roger Carlson attest, but the alternative investment industry shows positive results

Chiliogon Asia on the Asian credit market and its risks

A recent spat of volatility has made investing in the Asian credit market even more challenging than before, as Chew Heng Yong and Roger Carlson attest, but the alternative investment industry shows positive results

Natural gas is the most rapidly growing primary energy source in Thailand, but reserves are declining. More needs to be done to alleviate the shortage that will soon hit the nation, by increasing gas exploration inland and outsourcing more goods and services

PTT boosts ASEAN’S economic potential

Natural gas is the most rapidly growing primary energy source in Thailand, but reserves are declining. More needs to be done to alleviate the shortage that will soon hit the nation, by increasing gas exploration inland and outsourcing more goods and services

The insurance sector in Malaysia is growing fast, though the opportunities will only come to those with an understanding of the local market

Etiqa leads the Malaysian insurance market

The insurance sector in Malaysia is growing fast, though the opportunities will only come to those with an understanding of the local market

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