LONDON, September 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
The story of banking's success in 2013 is one that has eluded the headlines. Granted, a fair few banks have found themselves subjected to intense scrutiny of late - and deservedly so - though spare a thought for those who have prospered regardless of tough economic and regulatory circumstances.
The latest issue of World Finance pays tribute to these institutions, offering an insight into the brighter prospects of banking and highlighting the industry's best with regards to sustainability, profitability and innovation. The new issue provides a detailed analysis of this year's Banking Awards recipients, including a profile on each and the ways in which they've contributed to the wider successes of the industry.
World Finance also takes a look at this season's most compelling finance and economics stories, offering in-depth coverage of the ways in which the global economy looks to evolve in the near future. We ask whether or not Brazil can depart from the social unrest of present day and instead work towards vital improvements in infrastructure and education; we speak to the CEO of Paraguayan bank Sudameris on the region's growing attractiveness to international investors; and consider the US's post QE plan and whether or not the nation can depart from an enduring policy of ambiguity.
Aside from special reports on the merits of Turkey joining the EU and "America's lost tycoon," Marc Rich, the new banking issue contains articles from the likes of Stanford University Professor of Economics Michael J Boskin and Professor of Economics at Université Paris-Dauphine, Jean Pisani-Ferry.
To read the publication in full, World Finance's banking special is available in print and online now at http://www.worldfinance.com.
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