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ICTSI on managing container ports and terminals worldwide

World Finance speaks to International Container Terminal Services Inc about the importance of IT, security and maintaining a local touch, when operating on a worldwide level

World Finance speaks to International Container Terminal Services Inc about the importance of IT, security and maintaining a local touch, when operating on a worldwide level

International Container Terminal Services Inc has been operating for more than two decades, and has become a leader in port management on an international scale. World Finance speaks to Martin O'Neil from the company about how the industry is developing. ...

‘Germany has too much red tape. All Germans could be richer’, says leading economist

Could Germany's current economic problems come down to a reluctance to invest in public and private industries?

Could Germany’s current economic problems come down to a reluctance to invest in public and private industries?

The IMF, the European Commission and the ECB, to name a few, have complained of too little public and private investment in Germany, but the country ranks 111th in the world for ease of starting a business. So is it now red tape that's holding the country...

LEXeFISCAL on the UK’s tax benefits

World Finance speaks to Clifford Frank, Senior Partner at LEXeFISCAL, about how to deal with tax, the new UK government crackdown on avoidance and international jurisdictions

World Finance speaks to Clifford Frank, Senior Partner at LEXeFISCAL, about how to deal with tax, the new UK government crackdown on avoidance and international jurisdictions

Tax is more often than not one of the main headaches for people and companies alike. World Finance speaks to the author of 3 Ways to Settle Your Tax about why every taxpayer has the right to organise their affairs to minimise the tax they pay – even maj...

Germany can stomach Eurozone wobbles, says Holger Schmieding

World Finance speaks to Holger Schmieding, Chief Economist at Berenberg Bank, to discuss Germany’s economic future

World Finance speaks to Holger Schmieding, Chief Economist at Berenberg Bank, to discuss Germany’s economic future

Germany’s economy has taken a set of hits that have shocked the world. For a long time the country has been considered Europe’s strongest in terms of GDP and stability. World Finance speaks to a world-renowned economist to ask whether Germany can reco...

Cross River State governor on the area’s investment potential

World Finance speaks to the Cross River State’s current governor, Senator Liyel Imoke, about the region's significant growth

World Finance speaks to the Cross River State’s current governor, Senator Liyel Imoke, about the region’s significant growth

The Cross River State in south-eastern Nigeria is known for its wealth of natural minerals and stunning scenery, and is the country's premier tourist destination. As it approaches its governor poll in 2015, World Finance speaks to the state's current gove...

Davos countdown: Ebola, oil and nuclear weapons on WEF’s 2015 agenda

World Finance takes a look at the legacy of Davos’ World Economic Forum, and what we can expect for the annual gathering in 2015

World Finance takes a look at the legacy of Davos’ World Economic Forum, and what we can expect for the annual gathering in 2015

Since its inception, the World Economic Forum – hosted in Davos – has been one of the world’s most important gatherings. It is here leaders from a wealth of fields hope to make a profound impact on politics, healthcare and business. But over the yea...

Association Afschrift on Belgium’s new bank secrecy laws

Changes to bank secrecy laws in Belgium are here, and their implications are very far-reaching. World Finance finds out more about how they are allowing inspectors greater access to bank accounts and what protection taxpayers can expect

Changes to bank secrecy laws in Belgium are here, and their implications are very far-reaching. World Finance finds out more about how they are allowing inspectors greater access to bank accounts and what protection taxpayers can expect

In an attempt to crack down on tax evasion Belgium has changed its bank secrecy laws to give inspectors greater access to bank accounts. World Finance speaks to Jonathan Chazkal of Association Afschrift about how the rules have changed and what guarantees...

Germany has simply caught the ‘flu’, but will recover, says expert

World Finance speaks to Holger Schmieding, Chief Economist of Berenberg Bank, to discuss whether Germany's economy is on a downward spiral

World Finance speaks to Holger Schmieding, Chief Economist of Berenberg Bank, to discuss whether Germany’s economy is on a downward spiral

Germany has long been considered the backbone of Europe, and carries many of its neighbouring countries' shaky economies. But with the second quarter of this year seeing a decline in GDP and manufacturing orders dropping, Germany's economy is showing clea...

deVere Group: Africa is ‘the next far east’

World Finance speaks to Nigel Green, Founder and CEO of deVere Group, about the dynamic international financial services sector – and why Africa is emerging as a frontier market

World Finance speaks to Nigel Green, Founder and CEO of deVere Group, about the dynamic international financial services sector – and why Africa is emerging as a frontier market

International financial services are a growing global industry. One of the firms shaping this dynamic sector is deVere group. World Finance speaks to its CEO, Nigel Green, about the evolving landscape and why the company sees Africa as such a massive area...

Association Afschrift on the logistics of Belgian inheritance tax

World Finance speaks to Jonathan Chazkal, Partner at Association Afschrift, to discuss Belgium’s taxation landscape

World Finance speaks to Jonathan Chazkal, Partner at Association Afschrift, to discuss Belgium’s taxation landscape

Inheritance tax continues to be a divisive issue among Belgians. One company helping to shed a light on the logistics of taxation in the country is Association Afschrift. World Finance speaks to its representative, partner Jonathan Chazkal, to discuss how...

BanReservas unlocks the Dominican Republic’s banking potential

World Finance speaks to Enrique Ramírez, CEO of BanReservas, about how the Dominican Republic’s state-owned bank is changing its strategy by putting the client first

World Finance speaks to Enrique Ramírez, CEO of BanReservas, about how the Dominican Republic’s state-owned bank is changing its strategy by putting the client first

The Dominican Republic’s economy is growing five percent each year – double the regional average - but more than half of Dominicans are unbanked, and the country’s potential could be much greater. BanReservas is the Dominican Republic’s state-owne...

Ceylinco Life on Sri Lanka’s burgeoning insurance industry

World Finance speaks to Rajkumar Renganathan, CEO of Ceylinco Life, about Sri Lanka’s flourishing insurance sector and how his company has successfully adapted to the country’s specific challenges

World Finance speaks to Rajkumar Renganathan, CEO of Ceylinco Life, about Sri Lanka’s flourishing insurance sector and how his company has successfully adapted to the country’s specific challenges

The insurance sector is burgeoning in Sri Lanka, especially life insurance, which became its largest segment in 2010. World Finance speaks to Rajkumar Renganathan, CEO of Ceylinco Life, about how his company has embraced the country’s specific challenge...

Policing the market: what will it take to control high frequency traders?

World Finance speaks to John Ramsay, Chief Market Policy and Regulatory Officer at IEX, to discuss what measures are needed to control high frequency traders, and restore investors’ confidence in the financial markets

World Finance speaks to John Ramsay, Chief Market Policy and Regulatory Officer at IEX, to discuss what measures are needed to control high frequency traders, and restore investors’ confidence in the financial markets

The flash crashes of the past few years have drawn the ire of investors and financial players all over the world. Now at the heart of the conflict is the role high frequency trading has added to the mix, allowing trades to happen in the millionths of seco...

BBH on the impact of increased regulation and low volatility on the financial markets

World Finance speaks to Scott Clemons of Brown Brothers Harriman and Company to discuss the impact of increased regulation and low volatility on the financial markets

World Finance speaks to Scott Clemons of Brown Brothers Harriman and Company to discuss the impact of increased regulation and low volatility on the financial markets

The dust has settled somewhat in financial markets as low volatility hits the US and UK financial sectors. But is this good news, and has increased regulation in the banking sector brought about more stability? World Finance speaks to Scott Clemons of Bro...

Global IP Law Group: patent rules do more than just protect innovators

World Finance speaks to Steven Steger, Founder and Managing Partner of Global IP Law Group, about how intellectual property rights are a crucial part of ensuring investment in innovation

World Finance speaks to Steven Steger, Founder and Managing Partner of Global IP Law Group, about how intellectual property rights are a crucial part of ensuring investment in innovation

Intellectual property rights have increasingly come to the fore, as the music and pharmaceutical sectors rally around protecting their interests. World Finance speaks to Steven Steger, Founder and Managing Partner of Global IP Law Group, about how patent ...

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