Central banks have powerful tools to affect national economies but they are being challenged by innovative financial practices
There’s one big element missing before we can create a truly transparent, seamless and open international trading framework.
State-owned enterprises, including power utilities, in many countries have collected a menagerie of assets unrelated to their core business. And they are selling cheap.
Worldwide, there are 1.7 billion people who are outside of the formal banking and financial system. They struggle with high fees and risky systems to undertake even simple financial transactions. Digital innovations offer new ways to bring them out of financial darkness.
Faced with a slowing global economy, central banks are diversifying their asset management strategies to enhance returns on foreign reserves.
It's time for Sri Lankan banks to do more to support SMEs and infrastructure development.
The answers to preventing SPV failure in infrastructure projects may lie in three key areas of oversight.
Participants at the Global Infrastructure Forum 2018 agreed that scaling up infrastructure investment requires nuance, innovation, and cooperation.
We must make it easier for Asia’s institutional investors to finance infrastructure projects.
Crop insurance is a valuable climate adaptation tool for disaster-prone countries like Bangladesh.