Resetting the banking sector's moral compass

Top priority at big banks is maximisation of short-term profit rather than serving public interest

Santander’s Ana Botin on the challenges of sustainable finance

Santander head on the tightrope banks must walk in providing finance to support green transition

Can the largest fossil fuel financiers change?

JPMorgan has pledged to push clients towards aligning with the Paris Agreement

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Vilnius mayor hails appetite for change

The mayor of Lithuania’s capital tells fDi what lies behind the city’s recent success

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View from Asia: imagining the worst

Asia faces a bleak future if the Covid-19 pandemic doesn’t end soon

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Covid-19 likely to reverse Middle East consulting gains

Covid-19 is likely to hammer Middle East consulting firms in 2020.

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Passion Capital partner puts faith in London fintech scene

Passion Capital's Eileen Burbidge tells fDi why London will always be a key market in the fintech sector.

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Gujarat targets financial services sector through Gift City

Gujarat state has expertise in sectors such as pharma, life sciences, textiles and gems. Now it is ramping up financial services with a new special economic zone.

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FinTech Bay CEO seeks leading Middle East tech role for Bahrain

The CEO of Bahrain's FinTech Bay explains how the country’s focus on collaboration and innovation is driving its development as a regional fintech hub.

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Bahrain plays the long game to realise tech hub dreams

Bahrain’s ‘small but nimble’ approach has set in motion a flourishing fintech scene.

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