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Sex and drugs and GDP: what does Vicky Pryce think of the EU’s new economic calculations?

World Finance speaks to economist Vicky Pryce to explain the implications of the EU's new ruling for calculating GDP - which will include prostitution, drugs and weapons trading

World Finance speaks to economist Vicky Pryce to explain the implications of the EU’s new ruling for calculating GDP – which will include prostitution, drugs and weapons trading

Under the European Union's new ruling for calculating GDP, which comes into effect in September, prostitution, drugs and weapons trading will all be included. But what effect is this likely to have on economies? World Finance speaks to economist Vicky Pry...

Temenos on data’s ‘fundamental’ role in banking

World Finance speaks to Todd Winship, Product Director of Business Intelligence at banking software systems provider Temenos, to ask what impact data is having on the banking sector

World Finance speaks to Todd Winship, Product Director of Business Intelligence at banking software systems provider Temenos, to ask what impact data is having on the banking sector

With regulatory changes and concerns abounding the banking sector, companies are facing imminent pressure to change with the times. One company that is helping others to adapt is Temenos, a banking software systems provider. World Finance speaks to Produc...

Banco Multiva on the strength of Mexico’s banking industry

World Finance speaks to Carlos Soto Manzo, from Banco Multiva, about the strength of Mexico’s banking industry

World Finance speaks to Carlos Soto Manzo, from Banco Multiva, about the strength of Mexico’s banking industry

Mexico’s banking industry is strong, with private banks being mostly profitable and well capitalised. One institution that has tuned into this success is Banco Multiva. World Finance speaks to its representative Carlos Soto Manzo to find out what the ba...

A life for a gun: can Cameron and Obama’s engagement in the global arms trade ever be justified?

World Finance speaks to Andrew Feinstein, author of The Shadow World: Inside the Global Arms Trade, to discuss whether governments are putting business before lives as they continue to engage in trading weapons

World Finance speaks to Andrew Feinstein, author of The Shadow World: Inside the Global Arms Trade, to discuss whether governments are putting business before lives as they continue to engage in trading weapons

Conflict in Israel and recent high school shootings across America have led many to condemn the global arms trade, and governments for facilitating it. While trade in arms is a multi-billion dollar industry, many argue that the deaths caused by armed viol...

Parpública on the importance of privatisation for Portugal’s economy

World Finance speaks to three representatives from Parpública to discuss how privatisation initiatives can promote Portugal’s economic growth

World Finance speaks to three representatives from Parpública to discuss how privatisation initiatives can promote Portugal’s economic growth

The economic forecast for Portugal has taken a turn since becoming a eurozone bailout recipient. Part of the progress can be attributed to the country’s privatisation programmes. World Finance speaks to three representatives from Parpública - Isabel Ca...

What do the G20′s international accounting standards mean for corporations? Intercorp Group advises

World Finance speaks to Leonardo Braune of Intercorp Group about the implications of the G20 group's international accounting standards

World Finance speaks to Leonardo Braune of Intercorp Group about the implications of the G20 group’s international accounting standards

Developing international accounting standards has been a task taken on by the G20 group, but how far has it come and what are the other developments that are on the horizon? World Finance speaks to Leonardo Braune, Managing Partner at Intercorp Group - a ...

UAE has become an ‘investment nirvana’: Emirates NBD Asset Management on growth in the region

World Finance speaks to Emirates NBD Asset Management to find about the growth of the UAE economy

World Finance speaks to Emirates NBD Asset Management to find about the growth of the UAE economy

Official data shows that the United Arab Emirates’ economy has turned around with a strong rebound in profitability and growth. World Finance speaks to David Marshall, Senior Executive Officer at Emirates NBD Asset Management, to discuss how the financi...

‘New Zealand has one of the strongest growth rates in the developed world’, Harbour Asset Management | Video

World Finance speaks to Andrew Bascand and Jody Kaye of Harbour Asset Management to discuss what investment opportunities New Zealand offers

World Finance speaks to Andrew Bascand and Jody Kaye of Harbour Asset Management to discuss what investment opportunities New Zealand offers

New Zealand is known for its idyllic landscapes, but an established investment community is also adding to the country's curb appeal. World Finance speaks to Andrew Bascand and Jody Kaye of Harbour Asset Management to discuss what opportunities New Zealan...

‘We emerged stronger than many of our competitors’: Bank of the West on success after the financial crisis

World Finance speaks to John Bahnken, Senior Executive Vice President at Bank of the West, to discuss the impact of the global financial crisis on the wealth management industry

World Finance speaks to John Bahnken, Senior Executive Vice President at Bank of the West, to discuss the impact of the global financial crisis on the wealth management industry

The wealth management industry has seen major changes in the years following the global financial crisis. Greater client expectations and regulatory constraints are changing the face of the sector. World Finance speaks to John Bahnken, Senior Executive Vi...

Argentina only has itself to blame for debt, says banking and finance law professor

World Finance speaks to Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal, Professor in Banking and Finance Law at Queen Mary University, about how Argentina will disentangle itself from economic chaos

World Finance speaks to Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal, Professor in Banking and Finance Law at Queen Mary University, about how Argentina will disentangle itself from economic chaos

The Argentine sovereign debt saga came to a head yesterday when the country defaulted on it in last minute talks in New York. With a colossal $1.3bn to pay back to bond-holders, the country's economic forecast looks bleak. World Finance speaks to Rodrigo ...

‘We are growing in excess of the sector’s growth rate’: Turkiye Finans on exceeding industry expectations

World Finance speaks to Derya Gürerk, CEO of Turkiye Finans, to find out about the bank's strong performance in spite of tough economic times

World Finance speaks to Derya Gürerk, CEO of Turkiye Finans, to find out about the bank’s strong performance in spite of tough economic times

The Turkish banking sector has been plagued by instability since the global financial crisis, but one institution that has stayed on top is Turkiye Finans. World Finance speaks to its CEO, Derya Gürerk, to find out how the bank has prospered in difficult...

The African Development Bank on collaborating with China

World Finance speaks to Angela Nalikka, Chief Investment Officer at the African Development Bank, about the organisation's co-financed fund with the People's Bank of China

World Finance speaks to Angela Nalikka, Chief Investment Officer at the African Development Bank, about the organisation’s co-financed fund with the People’s Bank of China

Africa's biggest trading partner is preparing to get further entrenched in the continent. The People's Bank of China, the central bank of the Republic of China, has co-financed a $2bn fund with the African Development Bank. World Finance speaks to Angela ...

Don’t cry for d(efault) Argentina

World Finance speaks to Eric LeCompte, Executive Director of Jubilee USA, to discuss what the implications will be of Argentina deciding to repay its debt - or default - on July 30

World Finance speaks to Eric LeCompte, Executive Director of Jubilee USA, to discuss what the implications will be of Argentina deciding to repay its debt – or default – on July 30

D-Day arrived for Argentina: when the country either had to repay its debt, or default. Both options are not particularly savoury for the economically crippled country. World Finance speaks to Eric LeCompte, Executive Director of Jubilee USA, to talk abou...

Argon Asset Management on the future of South Africa’s retirement industry

World Finance interviews Dr Manas Bapela and Mothobi Seseli from Argon Asset Management to find out about the future of South Africa's retirement industry

World Finance interviews Dr Manas Bapela and Mothobi Seseli from Argon Asset Management to find out about the future of South Africa’s retirement industry

A revitalised national security system is high priority for the South African government, but what opportunities and challenges will this pose in the retirement industry? World Finance speaks to Dr Manas Bapela and Mothobi Seseli from Argon Asset Manageme...

The private equity market is Bangladesh’s ‘biggest opportunity’, says LR Global

World Finance interviews Reaz Islam, Managing Partner of LR Global Bangladesh Asset Management Company, to find out investment opportunities in the country

World Finance interviews Reaz Islam, Managing Partner of LR Global Bangladesh Asset Management Company, to find out investment opportunities in the country

Bangladesh has seen an uptick in economic growth in the past few years, but have richer investment opportunities followed? World Finance interviews Reaz Islam, Managing Partner of LR Global Bangladesh Asset Management Company, to discuss the country's eco...

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