The wealth-management sector has seen impressive growth worldwide over the past couple of years. In Asia and India, savings rates are high, and the richest are more and more numerous.
Climate change commonly concerns financial investors through the opportunities to invest in green bonds, green sectors, environment-friendly assets.
The concept of integrated reporting originates from the idea that enterprises, especially multinationals, should not just continue disclosing financial statements to secure the trust and confidence of the markets, their shareholders and investors.
The digital revolution is something that each and every big companies’ CEO or board member will tell you is the priority not to be missed for the future welfare of his or her company.
The year 2016 was not a record-breaker for deal activity in the global banking and capital-markets space. Even though the industry’s underlying fundamentals remained relatively unchanged, the operating environment became much tougher.
Changing the working organization, identifying new talent, reinforcing commitment, sharing a corporate culture and enhancing the employee experience were the key challenges to Human Resources (HR) at the dawn of 2017.
New communication tools, born during the last decade and used largely in private lives, have pushed employees and employers to the idea that they can win time by using them in their enterprises.
The Financial Stability Board (FSB) is endorsed by the G20 and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to monitor and make recommendations about the global financial system in order to strengthen its international stability.
Corporate treasury managers are facing the clear trend toward increasing complexity in their daily work. To a great extent, they are becoming closer to their bankers in their search for not only specific transactional or cash-management solutions but also for advice and support on the various issues they have in common.
The United Kingdom’s Prime Minister Theresa May’s government has raised the possibility of a so-called “hard Brexit”, which prioritises immigration control over membership in the European single market. Banks and other financial firms now understand that they are facing an automatic loss of the City of London’s EU (European Union) financial passport.