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GOLD Magazine: Honouring Leadership

GOLD Magazine: Honouring Leadership

The 4th Business Leader Awards, organised by the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce & Industry (CCCI) and IMH and sponsored by EY, differ from most business awards in Cyprus in that they honour individuals rather than companies, focusing on their personal leadership qualities.

The cover story of the latest issue of Gold (published on Sunday, December 17) is devoted to the nine recipients of this year’s awards and includes brief interviews with each of the winners, plus eight pages of photos from the award ceremony.

This issue of the magazine also includes exclusive interviews with Gavriella Kantouna of the EBRD’s Advice for Small Businesses, Cyprus facility, and Stefano Capodagli, Group Chief Risk Officer at Hellenic Bank, as well as articles on a broad range of topics including Successful Portfolio Management, RegTech, How India is Moving Towards a Digital-First Economy , Leadership, the results of The 3rd Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum  and a profile of the rock band whose members are all work in the professional services sector, plus GOLD’s choice of the Books of the Year, the best local cultural events of the Christmas period and all the popular regular features.

Don’t miss the latest issue of GOLD, which is available everywhere on Sunday, December 17, in print and digital versions.


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HSBC to Pay $101.5m to Settle Currency Rigging Probe

HSBC has agreed to pay $101.1m (£72.7m) to settle a US criminal investigation into rigged currency transactions. The bank has admitted its traders ...

Markos Kashiouris: IronFX Enters into $100M Agreement with Middle East Investor

IronFX has changed the name of its registered company in Cyprus, to Notesco Financial Services, after the brokerage signed a deal for a significant investment ...

Macron: UK Must Pay Into Budget to Keep Banks’ EU Access

Britain must pay into the European Union budget and accept the jurisdiction of EU courts if it wants its banks to keep full access to the bloc’s markets ...

South Korean Group Files Complaint against Apple CEO over iPhone Slowdown

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House Prices up by 4.1% in the Euro Area

House prices, as measured by the House Price Index, rose by 4.1% in the euro area and by 4.6% in the EU in the third quarter of 2017 compared with the same ...

IN Business Awards 2017: The Winners

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GOLD Magazine: That’s Entertainment!

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Banking Union: First Progress Report on the Tackling of NPLs

The European Commission has welcomed the headway made in tackling non-performing loans (NPLs) in the EU as part of ongoing work at the national and EU level to ...