The crisis in Ukraine has brought an unparalleled degree of uncertainty to Russia’s capital markets. Rod James reports from Moscow on how banks and borrowers have responded.
Despite Turkey’s position as one of the “fragile five” economies, the country and its banks have proved resilient during recent months. Tim Burke reports.
Zambia's second eurobond; Nigeria's place in Africa; and news in brief on OCP's debt market debut and investment flows on the continent.
Business at home is booming and international expansion beckons. Qatari banks have busy times ahead. Tim Burke reports.
The European Investment Bank goes green in the Samurai market; plus news in brief on Turkey's borrowing programme and Credit Bank of Moscow's latest loan.
This year the annual meeting of the African Development Bank comes to Kigali in Rwanda, a chance for the country to showcase the progress it has made in the past 20 years. Rod James reports.
Bob Diamond's investment firm buys two African banks; plus news in brief on acquisitions from Marriott International and Woolworths South Africa.
Jeff Singer, CEO of the Dubai International Financial Centre, tells Tim Burke about plans for growth and the innovations he believes would let the Middle East’s capital markets thrive.
Our coverage of this year's winning banks, asset managers, broker and lawyers.
Details of this year's winning projects, finance packages, financiers and advisers.
An extended deadline for firms migrating to the Single Euro Payment Area should have made the move plain and simple. But with different countries retiring legacy systems at different times, the situation seems as complex as ever. Liz Salecka reports.
Companies in the Middle East are making strides in developing their cashflow forecasting techniques, writes Liz Salecka.