International Finance

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The impact of Chinese imports on the Indian tyre market

International Finance
2018 has proven to be an interesting year already for Apollo Tyres, one of the biggest tyre manufacturers, following the rise of India’s GDP, the entry of low-cost Chinese imports and anti-dumping imports. Apollo Tyres’ vice-chairman and MD Neeraj Kanwar gives us insights to the company’s performance in existing market conditions...

Honing future investment analysts

International Finance
London’s Imperial College has initiated the first ever student led £100,000 investment fund aimed at providing real-life practical skills to be analysts and fund managers while pursuing their studies. Cofounder and CEO of the fund Jonathan Fielding tells us more about this unique idea...

Infrastructure financing democratized by these two savvy investors

International Finance
BankIRR, a soon-to-be launched online platform that connects institutional investors with infrastructure projects, is aiming to address inefficiencies in infrastructure financing. Cofounders Scott Gillam and Gaurav Singh speak exclusively to International Finance about their lending platform...

Iran locked out again – What happens to trading favourites in Europe?

International Finance
Iran faces economic sanctions again, but it has managed to forge multi-million dollar trade deals with many European and Asian nations. It is OPEC’s third largest oil producer, and has a treasure trove of minerals and natural resources, but with Trump’ administration coming down hard on Iran, what happens next?...

How the Vollgeld Initiative could transform global banking

International Finance
Switzerland just voted against the Vollgeld initiative’s proposed sovereign money, expected to have a far-reaching impact on the financial community. So what is the Vollgeld Iniatitive about and why have economists recommended sovereign money to government leaders for decades now?...

Cyberattacks in finance, and how to tackle them

International Finance
Carbon Black, the leader in endpoint security solutions, released a report titled Modern Bank Heists: Cyberattacks and Lateral Movement in the Financial Sector, which offers perspectives of 40 Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) on financial safety today. Here are the findings...

Breathing new life into oil and gas reserves

International Finance
There is rising interest in decommissioning offshore oil and gas platforms in the North Sea – bringing attention to various aspects of this newfound activity including the process, cost, regulation and challenges. If done right, this activity can be hugely beneficial to the O&G industry and the environment. Christopher Harrison, partner, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman...