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Taiwan’s economy

Taiwan’s export is expected to grow mildly, as the enhancing competitiveness pressure on the manufacturing sector from abroad.

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Common myths and mistakes of investing

Dr Shane Oliver,Head of Investment Strategy and Chief Economist
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U.S. and U.K. benchmark interest rates to...

The highlights of the economic calendar during previous week were Fed’s, BoE’s and BoJ’s March meetings, the release of U.S. initial jobless claims...
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CFOs and financial directors in UK law firms:...

Adoption of industry-wide financial management best practice key to risk limitation in law firms
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International Finance Magazine interviews Pedro...

In Conversation with Pedro Coelho - CEO, Standard Bank Angola on the future for Angola and Standard Bank.
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Deloitte - CFO Risk Appetite At Record High

Shift towards increased corporate leverage as credit conditions improve.
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Recruitment trends for 2014 in financial services

By Paul Reynolds, Partner, Green Park Interim and Executive Search
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Bank of Korea holds rates in current Governor's...

Although there was no change in the South Korean central bank's policy rate, a 25 basis point hike in 3Q 2014 is expected, says Ronald Man,...
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Japan’s apex bank keeps stimulus flowing to...

Bank of Japan warns of flat export performance even as business and consumer confidence takes a hit on sales tax hike, reports Team IFM
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CaixaBI Bullish On Prospects For 2014

We hope to improve our performance this year compared to last year thanks to the economic recovery and bouyant Portuguese capital markets, says...
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The impact of increased bank regulation

By Greg Maclean, Global Head of Infrastructure Research.
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Why data management fines could be a bonus for...

Graham McDaniel, senior managing consultant at Xceed Group, explains why punitive data regulations may be just what the doctor ordered for the...
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The implications of providing a personal guarantee

Written by Fiona Jewell, a solicitor in the Corporate and Commercial team at Thomson Snell & Passmore Solicitors.
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Rising Fiscal Challenges in the Pacific in 2014...

Timor-Leste’s fiscal surplus is expected to diminish significantly due to declining petroleum revenues and continued high levels of government...
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Switzerland Tops Financial Secrecy Index

An estimated $ 21 trillion to $ 31 trillion of private financial wealth is located in untaxed or sparsely taxed secrecy jurisdictions, according to...
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New ways to take control of compliance

By Martin Scovell, CEO of MatsSoft
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McKinsey Report Says Twenty Percent of Banks...

Return on equity (RoE) dropped as low as 4 percent across the industry in 2008 after the financial crisis and remains below the average cost of...
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As SMEs fight for finance, banks scrap for...

Research highlights the shift away from traditional bank lending to small business, which has shrunk by a quarter since 2011.
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The Future of the European Payments Market

A summary of the European Commission’s views on where we are now, and where they think we need to get to, brought to you by Anderson Zaks .
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Creatures of habit: When it comes to banking we...

Creatures of habit When it comes to banking we like to keep it in the family,Only 6% of Britons have switched their bank account in the past 2...
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Research reveals Universal Credit payment and...

Payments Council has created a new free guide to help people receiving Universal Credit manage their money and understand payments.
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U.K. Banks Face “Stress Test” from BoE

The BoE will start an annual test for the top eight UK lenders like Barclays, RBS and HSBC in 2014 and in the next five years it will be broadened...
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U.K Accounting Regulator Seeks Executive Pay...

Regulators and government were contemplating for more than one year on ways to better align remuneration with company performance and hand more...
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Off Balance Sheet Transactions of Banks to come...

The Basel rule requires the banks to hold capital equivalent to at least three percent of their assets, without any possibility to take into...
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