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Corporate Leverage in Emerging Markets Part 1

Reforms may have a different effect in determining the bank’s credit and firm capital structure

In the past two decades, the banking sector has undergone large transformations in many countries around the world.

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Risk Management

Commentary: Make Financial Systems Part of the Solution in the Maghreb – J. AbiNader

MATIC, by Jean R. AbiNader (Washington, DC, June 20, 2013) — A recent article by a former deputy director of the IMF highlights the challenges the Maghreb countries face in energizing their financial sectors to promote large-scale and equitable economic development. 820 more words


Indian Budget 2013

What are your expectations?

What kind of budget will Chidambaram come forward with:

1. A populist budget keeping the 2014 elections in mind?

2. Budget keeping the common man in mind. 20 more words

Bank Horror Stories Presents the Best of the Worst

“Bank Horror Stories Presents the Best of the Worst” is not meant to shock anyone.  Truthfully, we work as consumer advocates and watchdogs, and some of the horror stories we receive are just shocking.   111 more words


Kenya ranked top globally in gender reforms

By Ruth Owino

Increased access by women to justice, property rights and top jobs has seen Kenya emerge as the leading reformer globally; this is according to a report released by the World Bank and International Finance Corporation. 497 more words

Women's Rights

Don’t delay banking reforms due to crisis: Carney

European central banks could more than double the size of a €440-billion (C$610-billion) bailout fund this week in a last ditch effort to pull the European Union back from the brink of fiscal collapse. 705 more words


'Prescriptive' financial reforms will hurt banks: BNS

Proposed regulations aimed at preventing another financial crisis could end up hurting the banking system and stifling economic growth, said the chief executive of the Bank of Nova Scotia. 456 more words

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