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Success sullied by risk of exposure

October 6, 2008

Total assets among Russia’s banks have posted robust growth in excess of 50% and there have been some structural improvements, but banks remain vulnerable to sudden changes in the health of the national economy and are looking decidedly over concentrated. Writer Stephen Timewell.

Beyond the beaches...

September 1, 2008

As Asia-Pacific’s fourth most-prominent financial services centre, with plans to open an international financial precinct on its foreshore, Sydney is going from strength to strength. By Morris Iemma.

Access to Europe

September 1, 2008

The Netherlands offers one of the world’s most well-connected and business-friendly environments. By Akkie Lansberg.

Adding to capacity, Raising standards

September 1, 2008

Qatar is emerging as one of the Middle East’s most dynamic economies, with a clear vision for its future and the means and determination to achieve it. By Steve Martin.

Latin America’s leader

September 1, 2008

The government’s commitment to reform Chile and improve its economic and physical infrastructure has paid off by putting the country on a par with the world’s leading nations, says Chile’s vice-minister of finance. By María Olivia Recart.

Seoul carves niche as world-class financial centre

September 1, 2008

The South Korean and Seoul metropolitan governments are working hard to ensure Seoul’s position as a global financial centre in north-east Asia, writes the director-general of Seoul’s Finance and Investment Bureau. By Paik Yoonbeom.

The rise of Madrid

September 1, 2008

Madrid owes it success to an efficient financial industry and its position as the decision-making centre of Spanish multinationals, says the general manager of the Madrid Financial Centre. By Isabel Martín Castellá.

From vision to reality

September 1, 2008

The prosperous Israeli economy is aiming to attract global investors through new regulation and tax structures in order to become an international financial centre. By Yarom Ariav.

Meeting a need

September 1, 2008

An investigation into the regulatory priorities for international financial centres. By Mark Davies & David Fiennes.

Traditional values stay on top

September 1, 2008

Established financial centres still lead global rankings but their supremacy is under threat from a growing number of competitors from all over the world. By Silvia Pavoni Investment Editor.

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