The Banker, a publication from the Financial Times, is changing its coverage to focus on five key areas.
A story on its website states, “Each day, our editorial team will be focused on the strategic and operational challenges that these financial leaders personally face. We will deliver data, analysis and expert perspectives in the way senior executives want it, with both succinct summaries and in-depth research.
“To help readers stay up-to-date with relevant alerts on the topics that matter most to them, we have reconfigured our global coverage into five content pillars:
- Banking strategies, which includes sector coverage of capital markets, transaction banking and retail banking;
- Digital journeys, covering emerging technologies, digital transformation and the fintech ecosystem;
- ESG & sustainability, monitoring sustainable finance and other developments;
- Regulations, tracking the changing regulatory environment in different jurisdictions;
- Global economies, exploring macroeconomic trends and taking deep dives into country operations.
“In addition to the new content pillars, banks will continue to be able to benchmark themselves against their peers through proprietary data and profiles of the Top 1000 World Banks ranking, and identify the right partner in new markets and geographies, with added analysis from The Banker’s expert team of editors.”
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