How do you sell the value proposition of Green Bonds in the emerging markets to balance infrastructure financing and environmental safeguards?
Global calls for reform get louder as political and business leaders fear that a crisis of confidence in the accounting industry could hurt global capitalism
The lack of clear and consistent regulations as well as Brexit damage the prospects of the EU crowdfunding market
Neil Clothier of Huthwaite examines how Western investors should best negotiate in China, and offers a three-step approach to achieving success
Asset-based financing in its various forms is still a lifeline globally for small enterprises that need funding in a matter of days
International trade is growing at an astonishing rate, which has a direct impact on currency. Kinesis, a digital yield-bearing currency, could provide a solution to currency stability that goes beyond centralised or monetary banks
Private Equity exits have become challenging. But they can be lucrative and valuable if PE firms can stick to these three best practices suggested by McKinsey & Co.
Green bond financing has been gaining popularity among many countries, keeping sustainable energy development at the core of business. Lebanon’s Fransabank is the first in the country and the Levant region to issue a green bond for US$60mn, showing the bank’s keenness to develop the green market
Carbon Black, the leader in endpoint security solutions, released a report titled Modern Bank Heists: Cyberattacks and Lateral Movement in the Financial Sector, which offers perspectives of 40 Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) on financial safety today. Here are the findings
Experts say, instituting a value added tax in the UAE will drive its revenue expanse in a few short years. Mohammed Fathy, General Manager of Dubai-based tax consultancy Al Dhaheri Jones & Clark, explains its long-term effect on the region’s sectors and GDP percentage