While political leaders in japan are in agreement that major pro-casino legislation would bring extra capital, concerns have been raised as to whether it would encourage excessive gambling

Japan considers legalising gambling

While political leaders in japan are in agreement that major pro-casino legislation would bring extra capital, concerns have been raised as to whether it would encourage excessive gambling

Investigation into commercial dispute dating back to her time in charge of French economy continues to overshadow IMF chief

Lagarde investigated over political scandal

Investigation into commercial dispute dating back to her time in charge of French economy continues to overshadow IMF chief

India’s economy is being stunted by colonial-era railways, unable to accommodate its growing population and the demand for commercial freight. Investment from the country’s government cannot come soon enough

India’s train problems are derailing its economy

India’s economy is being stunted by colonial-era railways, unable to accommodate its growing population and the demand for commercial freight. Investment from the country’s government cannot come soon enough

Stability has returned to the global economy, although the sovereign debt crisis has left a marked impact on the credit quality of European Corporates

European corporates continue to falter

Stability has returned to the global economy, although the sovereign debt crisis has left a marked impact on the credit quality of European Corporates

Canada has been on a torturous road to unify its securities regulatory systems. Now, the central government is one step closer to a Cooperative Capital Markets Regulator

Canada set for unified securities regulatory systems

Canada has been on a torturous road to unify its securities regulatory systems. Now, the central government is one step closer to a Cooperative Capital Markets Regulator

Scotland’s vote on independence was never about blood, sweat and tears, but three crucial industries: oil, whisky and finance

Scottish independence is merely about oil, whisky and finance

Scotland’s vote on independence was never about blood, sweat and tears, but three crucial industries: oil, whisky and finance

Investors see the potential in Latin America’s corporate bonds

Thanks to structural changes and reduced geopolitical risk, Latin America’s emerging markets have been making headway against the industry’s top competitors

Ahli Bank sees Islamic finance gain extraordinary momentum

Growing in popularity among both Muslim and non-Muslim customers, Islamic finance offers a more responsible alternative to traditional banking

Thanks to strong agriculture, Vietnam has great potential to capitalise on food production. Without strong product brand recognition, however, the country is losing out on viable investment opportunities

SSIAM opens up Vietnamese food products to international markets

Thanks to strong agriculture, Vietnam has great potential to capitalise on food production. Without strong product brand recognition, however, the country is losing out on viable investment opportunities

The UAE now has a blossoming financial sector and strong growth prospects. David Marshall, Senior Executive Officer at Emirates NBD Asset Management, discusses this post-crisis surge

UAE’s status upgrade behind investment surge, says ENDB

The UAE now has a blossoming financial sector and strong growth prospects. David Marshall, Senior Executive Officer at Emirates NBD Asset Management, discusses this post-crisis surge

Sri Lanka’s economy is booming, as growth and loans continue to surge. This has prompted good ratings for the banking sector, and particularly People’s Bank, writes the bank’s Chairman Gamini Senarath

People’s Bank leads Sri Lanka’s economic growth

Sri Lanka’s economy is booming, as growth and loans continue to surge. This has prompted good ratings for the banking sector, and particularly People’s Bank, writes the bank’s Chairman Gamini Senarath

After a gloomy second quarter, the turnaround so many expected has failed to materialise

Japan’s growth slows down, falling short of July expectations

After a gloomy second quarter, the turnaround so many expected has failed to materialise

Iraq has a great deal of economic potential, but lies under a shroud of war, conflict and crisis. If the country manages to stabilise over the coming years, then investment opportunities will emerge

Capital Bank Group: stability will ripen opportunities in Iraq

Iraq has a great deal of economic potential, but lies under a shroud of war, conflict and crisis. If the country manages to stabilise over the coming years, then investment opportunities will emerge

Europe’s financial sector is bracing itself for one of the most complicated and broad-reaching pieces of legislation to come out of the EU. MiFID II will cost firms billions

Why MiFID II is Europe’s latest regulatory headache

Europe’s financial sector is bracing itself for one of the most complicated and broad-reaching pieces of legislation to come out of the EU. MiFID II will cost firms billions

Access Bank makes sustainable banking a reality for Nigeria

In Nigeria, sustainable and socially conscious banking has become an integral part of the industry. With ‘female multipliers’ a core focus, profits and positive credit ratings have increased for Nigeria-based Access Bank

NDB Wealth Management leads Sri Lanka’s asset management industry

Sri Lanka’s asset and wealth management industries are growing. Prabodha Samarasekera, CEO of NDB Wealth Management, explains how the company is helping to drive the country towards a more service-orientated economy

The financial services industry in France is spearheading a number of impressive developments in the region, led in no small part by Confédération Nationale du Crédit Mutuel

Crédit Mutuel stays strong in spite of France’s troubled economy

The financial services industry in France is spearheading a number of impressive developments in the region, led in no small part by Confédération Nationale du Crédit Mutuel

BMO helps high-net-worth families plan for the future

As the number of high-net-worth families increases across Canada, it’s clear that private banks have an important role to play

For nearly two years, Portuguese issuers were unable to gain access to international capital markets, but according to CaixaBI’s DCM and ECM teams, its investment landscape is now far more palatable

CaixaBI: Portugal’s return to capital markets is strong

For nearly two years, Portuguese issuers were unable to gain access to international capital markets, but according to CaixaBI’s DCM and ECM teams, its investment landscape is now far more palatable

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