ADIB's perpetual sukuk; the World Bank and IDB join forces; and Bahrain’s World Islamic Banking Conference.
Coverage of this year's winning retail and investment banks, asset managers and brokers.
Côte d’Ivoire's debt restructuring; RenCredit's entry to Nigeria; JD Group's bond issuance; and Egypt's ongoing uncertainties.
Ukraine’s economy is laden with woe. The bond markets are proving to be a much-needed highlight, writes Rod James.
Zenith Bank's London listing plans; Slovenia's dollar bond; and the IFC's debut rouble issuance.
Saudi Arabia’s landmark mortgage law opens a lucrative new market for local banks – but reforms remain a slow game, writes Orlando Crowcroft.
Falcon Private Bank's latest acquisition; VTB Capital welcomes JCDecaux into Russ Outdoor investment; Chayton Atlas sells stake to Norwegian fund.
A successful international loan note and news of a sovereign fund have bolstered interest in Angola as an investment destination. Tim Burke reports.
Rod James talks to David Lipton, first deputy managing director of the IMF, about how Tunisia can refocus its economy and revive its moribund banking sector – as well as what the fund might do to help.
Brazilian dealmakers continue to look overseas for new targets – and EMEA is a hot destination. Tim Burke reports.
Exchanges across the CEEMEA region have new problems to tackle but also new opportunities to grasp. Their CEOs tell Liz Salecka about efforts to position their markets for growth.
In a series of reports, Liz Salecka explores companies' preparations for SEPA, as well as trends in electronic bank account management and mobile cash management.