emeafinance News - May 2012
African bank promotes Paul Shang within CIB division.
Private companies were previously hamstrung by political and economic conditions, says bank president.
Ringgit-denominated programme should raise US$1.1bn.
UAE bank hires George Beatty from National Bank of Kuwait.
Government delays plan to float 25% stake in national railway company.
French bank hires former Rothschild director as new head of M&A.
Africa-focused private equity firm ECP backs Nairobi Java House.
Senior portfolio manager to launch new funds.
Turkish bank raises US$1.2bn from 51 lenders.
Qatari and Egyptian institutions form joint venture.
Moody's points to oil price and government spending as buoying lending growth.
Private equity firm’s Karim Sadek joins African Venture Capital Association.
Foreign direct investment (FDI) into Africa has more than doubled since 2003 and most global executives believe the continent’s reputation as a business location has improved.
Investment bank hires Sugarman from RBS.
Brazilian bank to target energy, agriculture and infrastructure deals.
Co-head for Russian capital markets rejoins bank from UBS.
Moody's changes Azerbaijan's sovereign debt to Baa3 stable.
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