Microfinance can improve financial inclusion and help to alleviate poverty, but there are concerns at the negative impact this form of finance might have.
Established African banks have enjoyed profitable banking markets for decades but face growing competition from fintech companies using the latest blockchain technology.
The world’s leading private banking companies operate an average of 69.3 subsidiaries each. We reveal the global hotspots for these operations.
An inability to wean itself off quantitative easing has seen the global economy endure the return of negative-yielding bonds, but for how long will they stick around?
M&A activity is the key driver of the growth seen in Europe's Q2 financial services cross-border deals, followed by venture financing and private equity.
The City of London has suffered from benign neglect, and now needs the UK government to go into battle for it, writes Gerard Lyons of think tank Policy Exchange.
Cross-border mergers and acquisitions activity in banking and payments is increasing, but it still has some way to go to catch up with its domestic counterpart.
South Africa-based fintech company Olico has opened a new office in The Hague to serve European customers.
Inflation rates are rising in major economies, spooking commodity and equity markets, but the impact this might have on FDI levels is uncertain.
Islamic fintech is growing fast and is compliant with many ESG causes such as reducing poverty and narrowing the gender gap. As such, it should be on the radar of any ethical investor.
Tradeview Markets, a global provider of multi-asset brokerage services for retail and institutional traders, has established a subsidiary in Valletta, Malta.