Dealmaking in the republic is increasing pace. Tim Burke reports.
Equity Capital Markets
So much could change in the country’s financial markets. So far, little has. Tim Burke reports.
Can a business focused on sustainability make a superior return for its shareholders? Yes, and one investment firm has proved it. Tim Burke reports.
Last year the GCC lagged behind global emerging markets. Now, the region is in the spotlight after outperforming the MSCI emerging market index and attracting growing amounts of foreign capital. Julian Evans reports.
Investors have shied from some of North Africa’s underperforming, overvalued equity markets. Upcoming deals could change their perception. Tim Burke reports.
Winning IPOs and secondary offerings from across the region.
Emerging market acquirers could lead an M&A revival this year. Tim Burke reports.
Richard Worthington built Coffeeheaven into a thriving coffee shop chain in Eastern Europe – and attracted the attention of an industry leader. He told Tim Burke about his journey.
Plans to create a single African economy within the next two decades are ambitious but achievable. Banks and stock exchanges are already primed for the benefits. Liz Salecka reports.
It’s a company you may never have heard of, but Russia’s Human Stem Cell Institute wants to reopen the country’s IPO market and become a global biotech player. Founder Artur Isaev tells Tim Burke how he plans to do it.
Bloody, battered but not yet beaten by the downturn, emerging market corporates and financiers are ready to continue the fight in 2010. Editor Tim Burke introduces emeafinance’s review of the crisis.