Bankers from the region's leading institutions discuss the state of the market.
Tim Burke highlights the banks that have fought off competition to dominate dealmaking.
Our pick of the year’s deals and dealmakers.
Our coverage of this year’s winning institutions from across the region.
If you believe the hype, the historic Mayan calendar once used in South America suggests that the world will end in 2012. In keeping with that apocalyptic outlook, syndicated loan bankers at a September breakfast discussion hosted by EMEA Finance gave their own predictions of some cataclysmic events in their market next year, when a wall of refinancing falls due across Europe in the face of limited liquidity.
Valuation mismatches between bidders and banks could threaten the latest round of Turkey’s energy privatisations. Mark Dunne reports.
The bonds and borrowers that stood out last year.
Last year’s most notable deals and their backers.
For the third year, emeafinance is proud to announce the winners of our Middle East Banking Awards. The ceremony recognises the best performers in a competitive and dynamic market.
Our choice of the region's syndicated loan deals and houses during 2009.
Kazakhstan’s beleaguered banking sector is getting back on its feet, thanks to increased activity by state banks, and growing levels of FDI, report Shayla Walmsley and Julian Evans.
Egypt’s reformist government is grappling with the dilemma of fighting inflation while cutting a growing deficit. However, in the capital markets, Egyptian companies are expanding and becoming MENA regional champions. Julian Evans reports from Cairo.