- Nigerian arm of pan-African bank secures US$150mn from seven lenders.
- Managing director Jibril Aku tells EMEA Finance: “We’re happy with the response and the number of correspondent banks that showed interest.”
- Commerzbank, First Gulf Bank, Mashreqbank, Standard Chartered, BACB, BMCE and Commercial Bank of Qatar join deal.
Bahraini state investment firm raises US$600mn with first dollar Islamic issuance.
UPDATE: Bank attracts more than €1bn in orders for tier 2 issuance.
UAE bank promotes 10-year veteran to head of private banking.
Investment services firm announces moves and promotions across Middle East and Africa division.
They’re hard work, non-stop and crucial to a deal’s success. Bankers and borrowers discuss how to get investor presentations right. Tim Burke reports.
Polish insurance group PZU’s debut eurobond marked the cheapest borrowing ever from a Central & Eastern European company. Przemysław Dąbrowski, its CFO, talks to Tim Burke.
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