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Although there are definitely a fair share of regulators and compliance-related candidates on our 100 Most Influential People in Finance list this year, it is a bit refreshing that, for the first time since we began the list in 2002, Sarbanes-Oxley and related regulations were not the overwhelming theme. This year the most common idea running through the selections was actually globalization. Whether it related to moving into emerging markets, looking overseas for liquidity, needing visibility into activities spread across the world, or simply the effort to save the planet from climate change, over and over the leaders in finance were inextricably tied to the concept that business needed to free itself of constraining national boundaries, that the term multinational might be forever replaced by the word global.

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