World Finance

World Finance

January 09, 2015 08:00 ET

WF100: A Celebration of Individual and Corporate Talent Across the Globe

LONDON, ENGLAND--(Marketwired - Jan. 9, 2015) - The global economy has negotiated its fair share of challenges in 2014, and with doubts and debts abound, new plateaus emerging and markets continuing to evolve, escaping the year unscathed was a task that very few businesses could manage. This year's World Finance 100, therefore, offers an insight into the market leaders and world-beaters of 2014, and celebrates those that have launched each of their respective industries onto bigger and better things.

The chosen individuals and companies span all corners of the globe and include world-renowned multinationals such as Amazon, Microsoft and Samsung, alongside lesser-known names such as Diageo, Freshfields and Murex.

Carefully selected by both our readers and a panel of experts, the World Finance 100 consists of the companies and individuals that really lifted the global economy in 2014. "With a wavering return to the levels of volatility that traders and investors are more comfortable seeing in the pit, it seems more familiar levels of manageable certainty have been welcomed - albeit with cautious sense of optimism", reads the supplement to the new issue of World Finance.

In addition to showcasing the brightest names of 2014, the World Finance 100 offers an overview of the year in business as a whole and what steps have been taken to drive growth.

For a look at the most significant individuals and companies of the year, take a look at the newest issue of World Finance, available in print and online now.

World News Media is a leading publisher of quality financial and business magazines, enjoying a global distribution network that includes subscriber lists of the most prominent and senior decision-makers around the world, as well as comprehensive airport, hotel and conference site distribution.

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    Matthew Timms
    Editorial Department
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