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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 ...

GIPC on translating investment into development | Video

World Finance speaks to Mawuena Trebarh, CEO of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC), about how the country is turning investments into opportunities as it positions itself as the gateway into West Africa

World Finance speaks to Mawuena Trebarh, CEO of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC), about how the country is turning investments into opportunities as it positions itself as the gateway into West Africa

Globally Ghana stands at 67 out of 189 economies on the World Bank's ease of doing business ranking and, with its vibrant culture and wealth of natural resources, is developing quickly. World Finance speaks to Mawuena Trebarh, CEO of the Ghana Investment ...

‘It’s Mexico’s moment’ says Infonavit CEO

World Finance speaks to Alejandro Murat, CEO of Infonavit, to find out how the institute has risen among the main financial bodies in the world in terms of portfolio size

World Finance speaks to Alejandro Murat, CEO of Infonavit, to find out how the institute has risen among the main financial bodies in the world in terms of portfolio size

Mexico’s Institute of the National Housing Fund for Workers (Infonavit) is at the heart of innovation in the country’s mortgage sector, providing its citizens with affordable plans to achieve housing. Since its conception, the institute has become one...

China concerned of ‘Scotland situation’ with Hong Kong

World Finance speaks to Kerry Brown, Director of the China Studies Centre at the University of Sydney, to discuss what the impact Beijing’s involvement in the choice of Hong Kong’s next leader will be

World Finance speaks to Kerry Brown, Director of the China Studies Centre at the University of Sydney, to discuss what the impact Beijing’s involvement in the choice of Hong Kong’s next leader will be

‘Hong Kong is not ready for democracy’ reads the party line of China. But tens of thousands of people on the streets of the city disagree. Beijing’s announcement in September that candidates for Hong Kong’s next leader must be vetted by the Commun...

Engro Corporation on the challenges Pakistan faces

World Finance speaks to Hussain Dawood, Chairman of Engro Corporation, about the dramatic maturation of Pakistan's local resources sector

World Finance speaks to Hussain Dawood, Chairman of Engro Corporation, about the dramatic maturation of Pakistan’s local resources sector

From coal to food, demographic shifts in Pakistan have lead to a dramatic maturation of the local resources sector. But what does this mean for its economy? World Finance speaks to Hussain Dawood, Chairman of Engro Corporation, about what the future holds...

Corrupt France: ‘the tax structure is unimplementable’

World Finance speaks to Gaspard Koenig, President of the think-tank GenerationLibre, about whether France's new cabinet can salvage its flagging economy

World Finance speaks to Gaspard Koenig, President of the think-tank GenerationLibre, about whether France’s new cabinet can salvage its flagging economy

World Finance: 35 hour work weeks, strikes, astronomical tax, super-rich fleeing the country and getting citizenship abroad. That's what we hear about France, and it sounds like bad news for the economy. But with a cabinet reshuffle, is there light at...

‘Eat the children': Gaspard Koenig on saving France’s economy

World Finance speaks to Gaspard Koenig, President of the think-tank GenerationLibre, about whether France's new cabinet can pump new blood into its failing economy

World Finance speaks to Gaspard Koenig, President of the think-tank GenerationLibre, about whether France’s new cabinet can pump new blood into its failing economy

World Finance: So: a new economy minister for France. Is he the man to turn the country around? Gaspard Koenig: He is clearly well-educated, understands the economy... has a grasp of it, at least. Much more than his predecessor. Belongs to the m...

France: the sick man of Europe?

World Finance speaks to Gaspard Koenig, President of the think-tank GenerationLibre, to ask whether France deserves its economic reputation as the 'sick man of Europe'

World Finance speaks to Gaspard Koenig, President of the think-tank GenerationLibre, to ask whether France deserves its economic reputation as the ‘sick man of Europe’

In regards to its economy, France has been called the 'sick man of Europe'. But does it deserve such a reputation when compared to economies such as Italy and Greece? World Finance speaks to Gaspard Koenig, President of the think-tank GenerationLibre, to ...

Equa Bank on the Czech banking landscape

World Finance speaks to Equabank’s Chief Financial Officer, Monika Kristková, and Head of Retail Banking, Jakub Pavel, about the state of the Czech banking landscape

World Finance speaks to Equabank’s Chief Financial Officer, Monika Kristková, and Head of Retail Banking, Jakub Pavel, about the state of the Czech banking landscape

The Czech banking landscape is known for its strong risk-adjusted stability, and with prudent macro-economic policies and government finances, the country offers a stable operating environment for banks. World Finance speaks to Equa Bank’s Chief Financi...

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