The focus of the latest issue of Frontiers in Finance is on having the courage to change.
The focus of the latest issue of Frontiers is on having the courage to change.
With the huge scale and pace of the changes taking place in the global economy, a key challenge for leadership is how to create a management team with the right capabilities to manage complex, multi-dimensional change.
The 55th edition of Frontiers in Finance looks at this seminal moment for financial services. The multi-dimensional complexity of today’s challenges means that speed, alignment, agility and execution within financial institutions are vital. Today's leaders have to have the courage to change, and to create change.
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Frontiers in Finance describes how competing insurers partnered in Blue Marble Microinsurance to tackle new markets and global poverty.
Frontiers in Finance considers how new non-banks and alternative lenders can avoid burdensome regulation by buiding consumer and regulator trust.
Atlas Mara taps into African banking market potential with long-term investor view.
Frontiers in Finance discusses the challenge of balancing global bank capital regulations.