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Chinese and Russian investments won’t solve Greece’s problems

Senior European Economist Jennifer McKeown says that Greek infrastructure sales to Russia and China will undermine his efforts to get the public on side in a referendum for a third bailout

Senior European Economist Jennifer McKeown says that Greek infrastructure sales to Russia and China will undermine his efforts to get the public on side in a referendum for a third bailout

Jennifer McKeown of Capital Economics tells World Finance that the infrastructure liquidation sale in Greece does little to revive the country’s economy. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

How unique Nigerian infrastructure barriers could cripple a business

For every opportunity the Nigerian landscape offers, Chairman and CEO of Channels TV John Momoh says budding entrepreneurs need to properly assess how infrastructure costs impact one’s price model

For every opportunity the Nigerian landscape offers, Chairman and CEO of Channels TV John Momoh says budding entrepreneurs need to properly assess how infrastructure costs impact one’s price model

Media megawatt John Momoh tells World Finance the presumption political instability would derail entrepreneurial efforts is wrong, rather opportunities can abound Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Will Elon Musk burn out soon?

While money and fame have come with the tech tycoon’s successes, author Ashlee Vance says Musk’s steadfast commitment has also brought great personal losses

While money and fame have come with the tech tycoon’s successes, author Ashlee Vance says Musk’s steadfast commitment has also brought great personal losses

New York Times bestselling author Ashlee Vance speaks to World Finance on how Elon Musk’s idealism has pervaded his decision making Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Brunei banking: staying strong in a declining oil market

A stronger focus on diversification may be one positive effect in Brunei of low oil and gas prices, says Baiduri Bank's Pierre Imhof

A stronger focus on diversification may be one positive effect in Brunei of low oil and gas prices, says Baiduri Bank’s Pierre Imhof

Brunei's banking sector remains resilient, according to Standard and Poor's. Pierre Imhof, CEO of Baiduri Bank, explains how Brunei's government is investing in a diversified economy, and what the Brunei banking sector is doing to assist small and medium ...

Weak capital markets and no disruptive tech brands. Is Germany in decline?

The Mittelstand miracle that drove Germany’s growth in the 1990s may not be enough to keep the country competitive in the coming century, says author Jack Ewing

The Mittelstand miracle that drove Germany’s growth in the 1990s may not be enough to keep the country competitive in the coming century, says author Jack Ewing

Author and New York Times journalist Jack Ewing says targeting niche industries will not help Germany compete in high growth digital sectors and frontier marketplaces Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Corporate governance should not be a book ticking exercise

For many years now, public confidence in major corporations has eroded. And alongside this, corporate governance is facing a trying fate

For many years now, public confidence in major corporations has eroded. And alongside this, corporate governance is facing a trying fate

World Finance speaks with Richard Tudway author of The Looming Corporate Calamity: Restoring Corporate Legitimacy on the crisis of corporate governance. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Ethical investing: Can too much CSR do more harm than good?

Senior investment advisor Brian Stockbridge argues the virtues of responsible investing will not necessarily help advance a cause, or your portfolio

Senior investment advisor Brian Stockbridge argues the virtues of responsible investing will not necessarily help advance a cause, or your portfolio

Senior investment advisor tells World Finance that a universal framework similar to the Social Stock Exchange and the Global Impact Investing Rating System is better than a piecemeal approach to responsible investing. Come back later for a full t...

Success in India: Don’t exploit, build opportunities

Helping consumers build their own infrastructure is key to tapping into the billion plus marketplace, says award-winning global marketing expert Dheeraj Sinha

Helping consumers build their own infrastructure is key to tapping into the billion plus marketplace, says award-winning global marketing expert Dheeraj Sinha

World Finance sits down with marketing expert and India Reloaded author Dheeraj Sinha, who highlights why a misunderstanding of demographic leads so many foreign companies to fail. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Manage risk so you can take more of it

Poor risk management heightens the likelihood of a new economic crash and businesses are putting themselves in danger by neglecting or avoiding formal risk management processes

Poor risk management heightens the likelihood of a new economic crash and businesses are putting themselves in danger by neglecting or avoiding formal risk management processes

World Finance speaks with Gillian Lees from the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants on how to approach risk management. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Iran not waiting for OPEC’s permission to turn taps on

With a nuclear deal reached in Iran, Middle East oil markets adviser Dr Sara Vakhshouri says that Iran will go head to head against a dogged Saudi Arabia that refuses to reduce its production

With a nuclear deal reached in Iran, Middle East oil markets adviser Dr Sara Vakhshouri says that Iran will go head to head against a dogged Saudi Arabia that refuses to reduce its production

Dr Sara Vakhshouri tells World Finance that Iran’s frontier marketplace is ripe for investments as sanctions are removed, allowing the capital markets to be more active. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Leonardo Braune: Brazil’s tax reforms risk alienating HNWIs

Brazil's plans for higher inheritance and income taxes, and a new asset tax, could push high net worth individuals out of the country, says the Intercorp Group MD

Brazil’s plans for higher inheritance and income taxes, and a new asset tax, could push high net worth individuals out of the country, says the Intercorp Group MD

Brazil's multi-layered tax system is long overdue for reform. And the country is finally trying to simplify its processes, says Leonardo Braune, Managing Director of Intercorp Group. But by bringing Brazil's taxes in line with jurisdictions like the US an...

WMA: Promoting investment knowledge pivotal to wealth managers

The wealth management industry has seen some significant changes in recent years, creating both challenges and opportunities when it comes to client engagement

The wealth management industry has seen some significant changes in recent years, creating both challenges and opportunities when it comes to client engagement

World Finance speaks with Liz Field of the Wealth Management Association on where the industry stands today. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Global oil oversupply and protracted conflict make Libyan oil a non-entity

Iran’s entry into the oil game and perennial infighting among Libya’s oil fund advisors makes the latest internal strife a matter of irrelevance for a hot market, says Middle East oil markets adviser Dr Sara Vakhshouri

Iran’s entry into the oil game and perennial infighting among Libya’s oil fund advisors makes the latest internal strife a matter of irrelevance for a hot market, says Middle East oil markets adviser Dr Sara Vakhshouri

Dr Sara Vakhshouri tells World Finance that there are “no good prospects” for Libya’s oil wealth. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Loss aversion, herd behaviour, and extrapolation bias on Chinese markets

Behavioural economist Richard Thaler says biases in decision among China’s emerging middle class make the next Chinese market crash potentially unprecedented in scale

Behavioural economist Richard Thaler says biases in decision among China’s emerging middle class make the next Chinese market crash potentially unprecedented in scale

Behavioural economist discusses his book Misbehaving. He also tells World Finance that unsophistication and extrapolation bias among Chinese investors is a recipe for disaster. Come back later for a full transcript of this video. ...

Does your governance reflect reality?

World Finance speaks with Richard Tudway author of The Looming Corporate Calamity: Restoring Corporate Legitimacy on who owns a corporation

World Finance speaks with Richard Tudway author of The Looming Corporate Calamity: Restoring Corporate Legitimacy on who owns a corporation

What is the significant of diverse ownership structure on corporate governance? Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

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