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Lawrence Gonzi

July 7, 2009

Dr Lawrence Gonzi, prime minister of Malta

Malta might be tiny but it is determined to make itself heard on the world stage. Dr Lawrence Gonzi, prime minister of Malta, explains how. Writer Michael Imeson

Alexander Dubilet

July 7, 2009

The chairman of PrivatBank explains how the bank intends to ride out the downturn through its focus on increasing liquidity and improving the quality of its loan portfolio. Writer Brian Caplen

Sadeq Sayeed

June 4, 2009

The CEO of Nomura for the EMEA region has taken the Japanese bank through its acquisition of Lehman Brothers' EMEA business and is determined to get maximum gains from the deal. Writer Geraldine Lambe

Sheikh Salem Abdulaziz Al-Sabah

June 4, 2009

The governor of the Central Bank of Kuwait discusses the impact political instability is having on the country and the effect he hopes the new Financial Stability Law will have. Writer Stephen Timewell

Doug McGregor & Mark Standish

May 5, 2009

Royal Bank of Canada Capital Markets' co-CEOs Doug McGregor and Mark Standish explain why the bank will emerge from the crisis stronger than ever.

B R Ho

May 5, 2009

As Taishin Financial Holdings' chief information officer, B R Ho has led the bank through its migration to service-orientated architecture, a move which has enabled the company to build a far more comprehensive knowledge of its customers. Writer Michelle Price
B R Ho, senior vice-president and CIO of Taishin Financial Holdings

Confident about convergence

May 5, 2009

The merger of Ita├║ and Unibanco is not to be rushed, says Roberto Setubal, CEO of the new bank, who believes the two very different management styles will be dovetailed to create a highly productive organisation.

Revival process: Volatile Times

May 5, 2009

Latvia has been the worst-hit of the three Baltic states following the global credit squeeze and economic slowdown. Bank of Latvia governor Ilmars Rimsevics tells Lara Williams how policy makers are responding to the challenges.

Christian Steffens

April 7, 2009

UniCredit's global head of ECM sees opportunities across Europe as bulge bracket investment banks retreat from the region and strategic buyers ask for greater bank financing. Writer Philip Alexander

Veronique Arnoldi

April 7, 2009

Insurance company Norwich Union's high-profile rebranding as Aviva has created a mammoth integration task for Veronique Arnoldi, new chief technology officer of its asset management division Aviva Investors.

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