WEALTHY business owners in Asia, Africa and the Middle East are most focused on growing their companies, according to a Standard Chartered Private Bank and Campden Wealth Research report released yesterday.
Investors worldwide are at an impasse on reaching their financial goals, relying on little more than gut instinct as a guide to investing success despite admitted lack of investment knowledge, according to a recent survey from Natixis Global Asset Managem
A flurry of initiatives by China to open up its currency, stock and bond markets inside and outside the country has failed so far to allay international investor concerns about performance, accessibility and liquidity.
About 81% of Asia Pacific-based asset managers see increased opportunity to enter new markets over the next 12 months, and 48% of them plan to do so in the next three years. China, India and Singapore top the list of target countries, according to a new r
Ahead of the budget we talked to Rohit Wahi, CEO and Country Head, FirstRand Bank India about what the banking sector expects from the FM.
Banks in the eurozone contributed just 3 per cent to the global profit pool, down from 25 per cent before the 2008 financial crisis, the study showed. Italian banks lost $35 billion in aggregate last year, the worst performance by any country.
The major banks' pre-tax earnings as a share of their total assets rose to 1.28 per cent in 2013, higher than 10 other developed countries, the influential BIS said in its annual report on Sunday night.
Chinese individual investors poured about 1.3 billion UAE dirhams in Dubai's real estate last year, nearly tripling that of 2012, as the Middle East's financial hub becomes a growing magnet for the well-off from the world's second-largest e