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Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Ahead of this year's Felaban annual assembly, The Banker's Silvia Pavoni and Joy Macknight discuss austerity in Argentina, Brazil under president-elect Jair Bolsonaro and anti-money laundering legislation in the Dominican Republic.
Foteini Agrafioti, chief science officer at Borealis AI, talks to Joy Macknight about why RBC decided to create a research institute specifically for artificial intelligence and machine learning, and how the bank is attracting much sought after talent.
Chinese banks have surged to the top in The Banker's Top 1000 World Banks ranking, while India seems to have hit a rough patch. Asia editor Kimberley Long and editor Brian Caplen discuss what is driving these changes in the region.
VanEck Australia Vice President, Institutional Business Development, John Caulfield talks about the VanEck Vectors MSCI International Sustainable Equity ETF (ASX:ESGI) and why it is proving popular with investors looking for international exposure to stocks with sustainable long-term business models.
South Africa's central bank governor talks about the negative impacts of trade protectionism and stabilizing South Africa's economy.
James King, Africa & Middle East editor of The Banker, speaks with Sunil Benimadhu, chief executive, Stock Exchange of Mauritius, during the African Regional Conference (ARC) held in Balaclava, Mauritius.
The Banker’s Silvia Pavoni asks Mario Mesquita, chief economist at Itau Unibanco, about his optimistic forecasts for Brazil’s economic recovery, the need to complete reforms before the 2018 presidential elections and how to tackle “zombie” companies.
The Banker’s Joy Macknight talks to Paul Taylor, head of sales in Europe, Middle East and Africa in global transaction services at Bank of America.
Mike Clarke, director, product management, European custody, Deutsche Bank, explains to Joy Macknight how improved data quality will help drive greater value across securities services, as well as new solutions the bank is delivering based on data insights.
Dave Nugent, CIO and co-founder of Canadian wealth management start-up Wealthsimple, talks to Joy Macknight about the regulatory environment for robo-advisors and the reasoning behind the start-up’s expansion into the UK despite Brexit.

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