FDi magazine

FDi magazine
Type Bi-Monthly newsmagazine
(in the UK, a registered newspaper)
Format Magazine
Owner(s) Pearson plc, via The Financial Times Ltd
Editor Courtney Fingar
Founded 2001
Headquarters One Southwark Bridge
London
SE1 9HL
England
Circulation 15,284
Website www.fDiIntelligence.com

fDi Magazine is an English-language bi-monthly news and foreign direct investment publication, providing an up-to-date review of global investment activity. The A4 glossy pages reach a circulation of 15,284 ABC audited, active corporate and crossborder investment professionals across the world.[1]

fDi Magazine is a central part of the fDi Intelligence portfolio of investment products and services from the Financial Times.[2]

Contents

  • Features 1
  • FDI Report and Rankings 2
  • Staff 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Features

fDi Magazine focuses primarily on FDI news and in-depth analysis of the corporate investment climate across many sectors. Regular columns comprise the following:

Name Description
News Updates on companies, markets and investments as well as the latest investor/host-country legal disputes.
Global Outlook Reporting and analysis of the corporate trends and investment patterns, along with C-level interviews.
Corporate Strategy Investigates key company and/or project profiles as well as including a discussion under the best practice topic including key information for specific investments
Regional sections Global news, commentary and data snapshots, followed by in-depth features and reports on key foreign direct investment (FDI) markets.
Think Tank Knowledge and insight from leaders in FDI
Sectors Global updates on key FDI sectors, including data, rankings, feature articles and spotlight location guides highlighting successful clusters.
Research The numbers and hard facts behind global greenfield investment flows

FDI Report and Rankings

fDi Magazine publishes an annual FDI Report which provides an overview of the global FDI statistics as well as a breakdown of the current picture in key regions like Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America, Latin America & the Caribbean, Middle East & Africa, and the BRIC nations. It also focuses on a current hot FDI topic (in 2013 it investigated taxation in FDI) and makes predictions for the FDI outlook for the following year.[3]

A series of bi-annual rankings are published by fDi Magazine which look at the infrastructure, incentives and capabilities of cities and regions for attracting future inward investment.[4] This includes:

  • Middle East and African Countries of the Future
  • American Cities of the Future
  • Asia-Pacific Cities of the Future
  • Caribbean and Central American Countries of the Future
  • European Cities and Regions of the Future
  • Global Free Zones of the Year
  • Global Cities of the Future
  • Polish Cities of the Future
  • Chinese Provinces of the Future
  • Middle East and North Africa Free Zones of the Year

Staff

The staff of fDi Magazine consists of :

  • Editor-in-Chief: Courtney Fingar
  • Global Markets Reporter: Natasha Turak

See also

References

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External links

  • FT Group homepage highlighting individual publications
  • fDiIntelligence.com - the online home of fDi Magazine, providing news resource and database for industry or location specific Greenfield investment intelligence base
  • fDi Benchmark - Visual Corporate Location Benchmarking Tool
  • fDi Markets - Crossborder Investment Monitor
  • fDi Reports - In-Depth Research and Analysis
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