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Are managed futures the way forward?

Demand is growing for managed futures' "attractive, consistent, and well-correlated returns over time"

Demand is growing for managed futures’ “attractive, consistent, and well-correlated returns over time”

Notz Stucki's Paolo Faraone and CM Capital Markets' Tomas Saldaña and Manel Sarabia discuss bringing real-time transparency to the managed futures industry. Demand for managed futures has grown in recent years. Here to tell us about some of these ...

Will Netanyahu redistribute wealth in new term?

Former White House official discusses whether Israeli’s demands for a greater circulation of wealth from the bottom to the top will be met

Former White House official discusses whether Israeli’s demands for a greater circulation of wealth from the bottom to the top will be met

World Finance speaks to Dr Pippa Malmgren, author of, Signals: The breakdown of the social contract and the rise of geopolitics about Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu’s interest in improving the lives of lower income earners through entrepreneurship. ...

The mystery of the Vatican

The Vatican has long been cloaked in mystery and intrigue and its bank is no exception. But it’s now said that the city-state is moving towards ending decades of secret banking

The Vatican has long been cloaked in mystery and intrigue and its bank is no exception. But it’s now said that the city-state is moving towards ending decades of secret banking

World Finance speaks to John Hooper, author of The Italians to delve into the secret world of the Vatican’s finance. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Pouliot: ‘Chinese government wants national champions, afraid of foreign competition’

Bernard Pouliot of Quam Financial Services Group argues the Chinese government is engaging in discriminatory practices

Bernard Pouliot of Quam Financial Services Group argues the Chinese government is engaging in discriminatory practices

A financial services manager tells World Finance the brokerage market is dominated by Chinese firms at the expense of internationals. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Sarasohn-Kahn: We don’t believe in healthcare for everyone

Obamacare was implemented in 2010 and is now in full swing, but is it the success the US president says or a black hole for money?

Obamacare was implemented in 2010 and is now in full swing, but is it the success the US president says or a black hole for money?

World Finance speaks with health economist Jane Sarasohn-Kahn on how affordable the Affordable Care Act really is. Obamacare: the Affordable Care Act implemented in 2010 is now in full swing. But is it the success the president of the US would like...

Dealing with poverty in developed nations

World Finance speaks with Hernando de Soto, renowned Peruvian economist on what's holding back the West today

World Finance speaks with Hernando de Soto, renowned Peruvian economist on what’s holding back the West today

TARP, Enron, derivatives and a lonely voice in the desert – de Soto discusses the state of financial disparity. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Indivisible labour, Les Mis, and a global lack of infrastructure

World Finance speaks with Hernando de Soto, renowned Peruvian economist, on what’s holding back the impoverished today

World Finance speaks with Hernando de Soto, renowned Peruvian economist, on what’s holding back the impoverished today

De Soto discusses the state of developmental economics and the breakdown of the class system today. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

As China booms, do you need renminbi insurance?

BOC Life Assurance's Terry Lo updates World Finance on the Hong Kong insurance market

BOC Life Assurance’s Terry Lo updates World Finance on the Hong Kong insurance market

Hong Kong's renminbi insurance market is rich with potential: and with the right knowledge, investors can reap its rewards. Hong Kong's renminbi insurance market is rich with potential: and with the right knowledge, investors can reap its rewards. ...

Hernando de Soto: Protect goods by law not violence

World Finance speaks to Hernando de Soto on sometimes why terrorism prospers and taking the power back for the people

World Finance speaks to Hernando de Soto on sometimes why terrorism prospers and taking the power back for the people

How a renowned economists ideas could hold the key to successfully targeting terrorists by removing a major source of discontent Come back later for a transcript of this video....

Is Sheryl Sandberg’s ‘Lean In’ advancing the cause for women?

The book that spurred on a global cultural conversation around women's ability to achieve a work-life balance is examined by Rowena Ironside, chair of Women on Boards UK

The book that spurred on a global cultural conversation around women’s ability to achieve a work-life balance is examined by Rowena Ironside, chair of Women on Boards UK

World Finance speaks to the chair of a female executive's organisation as to whether tangible change has been achieved since Sandberg's book, which has been a lightning rod for the gender conversation. Some call it a movement, others a divisive pit...

Is positive discrimination the way ahead for women?

Chair of Women on Boards UK Rowena Ironside discusses the impact of female boardroom quotas

Chair of Women on Boards UK Rowena Ironside discusses the impact of female boardroom quotas

The chair of a female executive’s organization speaks to World Finance about how positive discrimination allows women to move beyond the bottom rungs of a company ladder to make it to the C-Suite level. Germany has joined a growing number of euro...

Is FinTech really recession proof?

2015 will be FinTech's year, says Kantox's Philippe Gelis

2015 will be FinTech’s year, says Kantox’s Philippe Gelis

Reporting from Finovate Europe 2015, World Finance asks if the financial technology sector will ever slow down. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Does society need a moral re-education?

Is the financial system amoral or is it society as a whole?

Is the financial system amoral or is it society as a whole?

World Finance speaks to Brett Scott author of The Heretic’s guide to Global Finance on where responsibility lies. Come back later for a full transcript of this interview....

What threat do traditional banks face from FinTech?

Beware a FinTech swarm, says KPMG's Warren Mead

Beware a FinTech swarm, says KPMG’s Warren Mead

More collaboration between traditional banks and the financial technology sector will help both to thrive, the KPMG partner tells World Finance. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

How will financial services evolve?

The financial services industry is changing - with demands to make it more inclusive – according to Brett Scott, author of The Heretic’s guide to Global Finance

The financial services industry is changing – with demands to make it more inclusive – according to Brett Scott, author of The Heretic’s guide to Global Finance

World Finance discusses how structural reforms may herald a new dawn for financial services. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

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