Speaking to British daily, India-born Pandit said Citi is set to glean majority of its business from emerging markets with Asian and Latin American consumers as well as trade between those regions and Africa driving growth.
The teenager received need-based aid of roughly $30,000 from each of these schools, but that would leave the parents far short of what they could afford.
Peter Sands, the chief executive of Standard Chartered and until last week the High Priest of banking virtue, must be wondering what he's done in a previous life to deserve the attentions of Benjamin Lawsky.
In his book The Origin of Species, Charles Darwin laid out his theory of evolution, in which he theorized that effective adaptation to their environments led certain organisms to survive and flourish, while those that did so less well fell by the wayside
The index is not perfect and the relationship does not hold in reality because of a number of factors, but it is useful in highlighting big anomalies. Thus on a light-hearted look, Big Macs are now cheapest in Hong Kong and cost less in London than Zurich
A Colombian necktie wasn't a piece of clothing, but a gruesome execution method. When I was 7 years old my barber was murdered in his shop, apparently over a drug deal.
It’s not your imagination, says Rakesh Malhotra, a longtime COO who has worked in Asia, East Europe and United States and led cross-cultural diverse teams.
From changes in channels, payments, sales culture and product profitability, bank marketing teams have the opportunity to be more relevant and plugged in than ever. And that means, goodbye free toasters, hello leading the sales-and-service charge.