World Finance

World Finance

September 11, 2015 10:00 ET

World Finance: The Evolution of Banking

LONDON, ENGLAND--(Marketwired - Sept. 11, 2015) - In the aftermath of the financial crisis, Iceland defied conventional wisdom and allowed its banks to fail. Seen by some at the time as a risky move, Iceland's recovery in the time since has been nothing short of remarkable, and its decision to go against the grain: nothing short of inspired. The new issue of World Finance takes a look at the country's economic turnaround and how the lessons learned are all the more important now that the global banking sector is undergoing a transformation of its own.

Also in the new issue of World Finance, the magazine takes an in-depth look at the leading names in banking and unveils the winners of this year's Banking Awards. Looking at the highest achievers of the last year and the developments that have changed banking for the better, the Banking Awards offer an insight into the sector's latest changes. Gathering insights from experts across a range of industry sectors, the new issue of World Finance delves into the state of banking and asks what the future could hold for a sector in flux.

Elsewhere in the latest issue of World Finance, we discuss next year's presidential election in the US and what each of the candidates could bring to the world economy. We also delve into China's changing manufacturing prowess, as well as the dangers of high frequency trading.

To read the latest stories on the subjects of banking, wealth management, markets, infrastructure and strategy, pick up the latest issue of World Finance, available online and in print now.

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