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Coronavirus Exposes Global Economic Vulnerabilities

By Olga Rakhmanina / 2020.04 The Taiwan Banker NO.124

The seemingly unstoppable spread of coronavirus is quickly turning local health emergencies into a global economic calamity. In the world so deeply in.. more

Insights from the APABI Conference on Digital Transformation and the Philippines

By David Stinson / 2020.04 The Taiwan Banker NO.124

The Taiwan Academy of Banking and Finance (TABF) hosted the 2018 general meeting of the Asia Pacific Banking Association of Banking Institutes (APABI).. more

Coronavirus Outbreak Widens US-China Rift

By Matthew Fulco / 2020.04 The Taiwan Banker NO.124

The US has chafed at Beijing's handling of the epidemic, which has inflamed underlying tensions in the shaky bilateral relationship. Hawks in the Trum.. more

The Coming Emerging Markets Storm

By David Stinson / 2020.04 The Taiwan Banker NO.124

Several months into the pandemic, the health implications of the COVID-19 coronavirus are becoming clearer. The economics still remain in flux, as alm.. more

The Economy Following COVID-19: The State Advances, Private Sector Retreats

By Edward S. Hsieh (謝順峰) / 2020.03 The Taiwan Banker NO.123

The impact of broken supply chains has exacerbated an already uncertain economic outlook in China. Its leadership is expected to implement new fiscal .. more

The Black Swan is Here

By Wen-Tze Huang (黃文哲) / 2020.03 The Taiwan Banker NO.123

As the COVID-19 epidemic rages on, aside from a few industries that have been spared, like masks and food delivery, the overall investment environment.. more

ESG Investment in an Ever-more Complex World

By Hank Huang (黃崇哲) / 2020.03 The Taiwan Banker NO.123

A recent report entitled “The Green Swan,” published by the Bank of International Settlements (BIS), warns central banks, legislatures, an.. more

Closing The Gap: In Pursuit Of Meaningful Sustainability Reporting

By Olga Rakhmanina / 2020.03 The Taiwan Banker NO.123

As the world is experiencing unprecedented challenges created by climate change, industrial pollution and global inequalities, investors are under pre.. more

ETFs and Fintech Re-intermediation

By David Stinson / 2020.03 The Taiwan Banker NO.123

It has long been known that credit ratings agencies like Fitch, Moody’s, and S&P are independent market players, and that their power can ev.. more

Know Thy Financial Self

By Hank Huang (黃崇哲) / 2020.02 The Taiwan Banker NO.122

It has been a momentous Year of the Pig. The trade war which started in the spring turned out to be good for Taiwan, as global supply chains were rest.. more