Long driven by venture capital (VC), the rapid growth of the digital sector is now seeing a new kid on the block: the corporate. Old economy "bricks and mortar" firms are increasingly eager to harness the opportunities presented by the new economy and have started to enter the digital technology bazaar.

Finnish forest industry company UPM and BNP Paribas' shared commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility has benefited both firms.

The technological capacity to crunch ever-expanding sets of data has major implications for how organisations are run. What does this mean for banks?

Cybercriminals are increasing the scale and sophistication of their attacks on companies, employing a combination of electronic and social engineering techniques to break through firms' cyber-defences.

Portuguese group Corticeira Amorim, the world's largest producer of cork stoppers and other cork products, has made innovation a top priority in an industry that is centuries-old.

Originally a purely German financing tool, the Schuldschein is attracting more and more interest from European issuers and international investors.

China's financial market opening continues at pace, with the widely anticipated Hong Kong-Shenzhen Stock Connect now slated for implementation around December 2016.

The internet of things is expected to see an unprecedented surge in the coming years, with everything from wearable electronic devices to connected cars being designed - but how will the telecoms sector change in this new landscape?

Emerging guidelines for financial institutions on digital technology and innovation

Big companies and startups have a lot to learn from each other. Working jointly, they can enrich the market place with new valuable products and offerings.

Asia's hunger for outbound mergers and acquisitions (M&A) is hitting new highs in 2016, surpassing the record level set in 2015 in only the first eight months of this year, with the continent's powerhouse China driving the expansion.

With more than 400 clients coming into Singapore from nearly 20 countries to attend BNP Paribas' Sustainable Future Forum, ESG issues are now well and truly on the agenda in Asia Pacific.
With more than 400 clients coming into Singapore from nearly 20 countries to attend BNP Paribas' Sustainable Future Forum, ESG issues are now well and truly on the agenda in Asia Pacific.
The on-demand economy is now transforming companies and the job market - and disrupting traditional players across multiple sectors
The on-demand economy is now transforming companies and the job market - and disrupting traditional players across multiple sectors
Last 2 years, a breakthrough year for corporate Green Bond issuance
Last 2 years, a breakthrough year for corporate Green Bond issuance
A combination of government intervention and private sector engagement to move ESG objectives forward in Asia
A combination of government intervention and private sector engagement to move ESG objectives forward in Asia

Heralded as a 'new lens' into a company's performance and work culture, ESG metrics (Environmental, Social and Governance) are attracting attention among investors.

BNP Paribas Group Chief Economist William De Vijlder discusses the latest market drivers.

The networks of big companies and startups have never been so interconnected. How are they evolving and how will they work together in the future?

What are the building blocks of social networks? Where do they come from and how are they structured?

BNP Paribas is proud to sponsor Abstract Expressionism at the Royal Academy of Arts, a once-in-a-generation opportunity to explore one of the most influential movements in art history.

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