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Promoting Investment in Taiwan through Pragmatic Governance

By Hank Huang / 2018.09 The Taiwan Banker NO.105

In the nine years since this magazine has been in print, this is our first time interviewing a Premier. In a nearly two-hour off-script interview, Pre.. more

Israel's financial reform strategy

By Tsai Pei-jung (蔡佩蓉) / 2018.08 The Taiwan Banker NO.104

Facing inherent disadvantages, Israel faced many difficulties in developing its financial and banking sectors. Through a series of financial innovatio.. more

Watch the USD in the short term, and China and India in the long term

A Conversation with Eisuke Sakakibara / 2018.08 The Taiwan Banker NO.104

The US is planning to raise interest rates this year. The New Taiwan dollar has been depreciating against the US dollar, falling below NT$ 30.4 to US$.. more

A turning point for Taiwan's financial industry

By Hank Huang / 2018.08 The Taiwan Banker NO.104

Observing the Global Financial Center Index (GFCI) September 2017 survey results, the top five financial centers in the world are London, New York, Ho.. more

Establishing a sound project management system, and seizing new offshore wind opportunities

By Chang Shu-Ting (張舒婷) / 2018.07 The Taiwan Banker NO.103

New offshore wind power opportunities are attracting attention from all corners, but the industry requires support from finance. Effectively estimatin.. more

Offshore wind power financing training: The financial industry is rushing to seize business opportunities

By Chen You-De (陳有德) / 2018.07 The Taiwan Banker NO.103

Taiwan’s is still in the early stages on its journey to green energy, but by formulating complete policies and planning, it can effectively redu.. more

Enlightenment from Venezuela

By Liu Jinlong (劉錦龍) / 2018.07 The Taiwan Banker NO.103

Tips: John Williams, CEO of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, called on all governments to pursue long-term economic growth and increase.. more

Grasping opportunities while embracing risks

Hank Huang (黃崇哲) / 2018.07 The Taiwan Banker NO.103

The main reasons for Taiwan’s slowing economic growth in recent years include weak domestic consumer and investment demand, a blind social pursu.. more

Training and Prospects for FinTech in the Asia-Pacific

By Zhuo Xin-Ying (卓昕穎) / 2018.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.102

FinTech development is an important avenue to increase a country’s national competitiveness. Aside from providing a favorable business environme.. more

Increasing financial literacy

By Ingrid Chang (張嘉伶) / 2018.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.102

In the modern era, with the spread of knowledge and training, and the growth the financial industry, popular financial knowledge failed to keep pace w.. more