With prices rocketing in mainstream markets, it might be surprising that alternative assets have also shone this year. EMEA Finance spoke to Cyril Delamare, chief executive officer of UCITS platform MontLake, to find out where the alternative investment market is headed.
The mobile banking startup FairMoney, which offers loans to Nigerian customers, has raised €10mn to expand into a fully-fledged digital bank.
The Irish-based, agricultural specialist investor is providing early stage and follow-on funding to start-ups focused on the often overlooked and little understood sector
Ukraine made a storming return to the euro denominated Eurobond market in June after 15 years away, as investors warmed to the newly elected president Volodymyr Zelensky.
Dr. Adesegun A Akin-Olugbade’s appointment comes at a pivotal time for the law firm as it seeks to expand its business across the continent.
The Republic of Benin became the latest African sovereign to debut in the international bond markets in March followed quickly by frequent issuer Ghana. Bankers working in the West and Central Africa region anticipate that over the medium term more borrowers from the region will access international capital markets.
After more than a year of consultations, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the multilateral lender for central and eastern Europe and North Africa, is publishing updated policies to govern the way it operates from 2020.