Kenneth Rogoff: Are Emerging Markets the Canary in the Financial Coal Mine?

Are brewing exchange-rate and debt crises in Argentina and Turkey localised events without broader implications? Or are they early warning

Roberta Pinotti: Top Performance on a Shoestring

For Italian Defence Minister Roberta Pinotti it is all about attaining economies of scale. Whilst EU member states spend over

RegTech Landscape for Increased Compliance Needs

Regtech solutions seemed to offer the solution to financial institutions’ (FIs) compliance woes when they first came to prominence around

Marc Langenbrinck, Mercedes-Benz Schweiz CEO: Finding and Keeping the Exact Right Competitive Angle

Mercedes-Benz is enjoying a great run. Its cars have set new sales records in Switzerland, Spain, Belgium, Portugal, and Poland

Christian Mumenthaler, CEO of Swiss Re: Insuring Future Growth

The new frontier of insurance runs through cyberspace. Hacking has professionalised and is no longer the preserve of lone bespectacled

Google is Banning All Bitcoin, ICO, and Cryptocurrency Ads from June

Google is banning ads for cryptocurrencies and binary options from June. The search giant is also cracking down on adverts

Ana Botín: Reshaping the Financial Universe

The first woman to lead a major global financial services provider, Ana Botín remains one of only six women at

Even Crypto Bulls Expect a Big Shake Out This Year: ‘The market right now is just everyone wants a Lamborghini’

Startups raised over $5 billion issuing their own digital currencies last year and there are now over 1,400 in circulation.

Ursula von der Leyen: Close Cooperation

The first woman to preside over Germany’s Ministry of Defence, Ursula von der Leyen was appointed by Chancellor Angela Merkel

EY: Argentina – Aspects of the Labour & Social Security Reform

A labour and social security reform bill has been recently sent to the Argentine Congress. In general, proposed amendments represent

UNCDF: Bringing New Parties to the Table – Engaging the Private Sector to Drive Investment into Least Developed Countries

It is widely understood that the world is falling far short of the funding flows required to achieve the Sustainable

Jean-Claude Juncker: Gives as Good as He Gets

He is the man eurosceptics, and quite a few others, love to hate – the embodiment of all that is