Executives at some of the largest listed companies in EMEA share their strategies in our annual ranking of the region’s corporate elite.
Time is running out for companies to prepare for SEPA. Liz Salecka reports on how treasurers are handling the demands from this and the wider regulatory rigmarole.
Transaction bankers from some of the leading firms in the Middle East talk about the regional industry's evolution.
The UAE’s standing as a regional safe haven has helped the country’s banks enjoy a stellar first half of 2013. Rod James takes a closer look at the figures.
After a decade of preparation, on July 1 Croatia officially joined the European Union. Rod James examines how this will affect its banks and whether joining can help to stimulate the country’s pedestrian economy.
Verno Capital grows its team; Citi names new Russian equities head; and other new hires across the region.
Hungary's bids the IMF farewell; Slovakia hits the Samurai bond market; and news from Russian banks and corporates.
Russian banks, Turkish telcos and Polish power plays all feature in the CEE and CIS section of our EMEA 300 ranking. Tim Burke reports.
Ruwais Power's project bond; Bank Al-Jazira’s transformation; and dealmaking news from across the region.
Many of the Middle East’s largest companies have grown their businesses impressively over the past year, writes Rod James.