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A poisoned chalice for China?

July 1, 2013

The growth of China's banks, into the world's largest and most profitable institutions, is not necessarily a good thing for the country.

UK's popular policies are not real solutions

July 1, 2013

The UK's regulators are pursuing policies that appease the public, rather than those that solve the problems that triggered the financial crisis.

Islamic bank of the year awards 2013

Islamic Bank of the Year Awards 2013

June 4, 2013

As Islamic banks continue to post impressive figures compared to their conventional counterparts, The Banker launches its inaugural awards aimed at celebrating this financial sector. With a global award, regional winners for Asia-Pacific and the Middle East, as well as 13 country prizes, the awards show what an impressive geographical reach Islamic finance has established.

Plugging the global infrastructure funding gap

May 28, 2013

Governments scramble to bridge the infrastructure gap.

Never mind the banking union in Europe

May 28, 2013

A European banking union means little unless there is greater consultation on the regulation of cross-border banking groups between home and host nations, and not just in Europe.

Deals of the Year 2013

Deals of the Year 2013 – Africa

May 1, 2013

The Deals of the Year winners from Africa.

Deals of the Year 2013

Deals of the Year 2013 – Asia-Pacific

May 1, 2013

The Deals of the Year winners from Asia-Pacific.

Deals of the Year 2013

Deals of the Year 2013 – Americas

May 1, 2013

The Deals of the Year winners from Americas.

Deals of the Year 2013
Deals of the Year 2013

Deals of the Year 2013 – Middle East

May 1, 2013

The Deals of the Year winners from the Middle East.

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