There's plenty to be encouraged by as Indian growth revives, reforms get serious and consumption expands.

Millennials, a demographic aged 20-35, have surpassed the baby boomers in numbers. Now the largest generational cohort, millennials are naturally being courted by financial services. Understanding this audience and their preferences should be a priority. How can financial institutions enhance their appeal to the millennial generation?

Economic theory traditionally suggests that interest rates are a core lever in determining corporate investment. Instead, a set of three interconnected indirect drivers are at play, which investors must grasp if they are to understand what determines the level of corporate investment and indirectly the capacity of companies to generate attractive long-term returns going forward.

According to a recent report by BNP Paribas, SAP, PwC and the European Association of Corporate Treasurers, continued innovation, anytime anywhere treasury, and cybercrime and fraud are changing the present and future corporate treasury landscape.

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

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.

Interview of the founder and CEO of Ariadne Capital, a venture capital firm.

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.

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

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

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