Canadian Firms Scramble to Add Female Directors Ahead of New Rules
Every few weeks, Sue Riddell Rose gets a phone call asking if she’s interested in joining another corporate board.
The Ebola Effect: How Will The International Investment Community Respond?
Contagion could bring with it not just threats to health, but to markets and economies as well.
10 Best Cities for Jobs in Financial Services: 2014
Several cities debut on Accounting Principals’ annual list on financial services jobs.
New Suriname Gold Mine Opens Opportunities for Frontier Market Investors
For investors in frontier markets, the development of Newmont’s new Merian gold mine may signal the start of yet another potential investment opportunity.
Global Dividends Up 12% on US, Developed Market Strength
Dividends increased almost 12% in the second quarter, according to a report released Monday by Henderson Global Investors.
Ebola Virus Calls for Increased Responsibility From Companies Mining in West Africa
Mining companies in the region have a duty to help fight Ebola — not just for humanitarian reasons but for their own future.
Why a Monkey Managing Your ETF Portfolio Could Boost Returns
How does an untrained monkey add value to a portfolio that trained professionals can't match?
Banco do Brasil Sharia Fund Spurring Investor Interest
A growing Islamic market and a growing emerging market—what’s not to like?
Investors Can Find Opportunities in Zimbabwe Despite ‘Mugabe Rules’
Media outlets around the world are speculating that the 90-year-old president of Zimbabwe might be weaker than Zimbabwe’s authorities are letting on.
Indonesia Investment Growth Hampered by Mineral Export Restrictions
In trying to solve one problem, Indonesia may have created another, spurring protests and court challenges in the process.