World Finance

World Finance

January 13, 2014 06:00 ET

World Finance 100 Represents the Names Behind a New World Order

LONDON, ENGLAND--(Marketwired - Jan. 13, 2013) - Put simply, 2013 was a milestone year for global financial markets. Following a fair few years of continued turbulence and uncertainty, it proved to be a refreshingly upbeat 12 months. This is why we at World Finance have taken it upon ourselves to undertake the monumental task of naming the past year's top 100 companies and individuals.

A new world order was established in 2013, with the shale gas revolution sparking a revival in the US, political crisis gripping nations as far afield as Turkey, Egypt and Brazil, and Europe appearing to have passed the worst of its financial woes. The 2013 World Finance 100 offers a definitive insight into those that have rewritten the global economic paradigm these past 12 months and redefined the very fabric of how we live today.

Whether they be world-renowned companies such as Samsung, Apple or Google, or lesser-known names such as Punjab National Bank, Grieg Music Education or Aksal Group, each of 2013's 100 represents the very highest of standards in their individual fields.

The World Finance 100 recognises those who have made fundamental and often groundbreaking contributions to all manner of markets, as well as those who are continually spearheading positive change ahead of the competition.

For an insight into 2013's World Finance 100 head online or read the new issue of World Finance, available online and in print now.

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