Regulation

Regulation

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Macaskill on markets

Macaskill on markets

Liquidity drought’s conflicted Cassandras

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Pulse survey: CEE corporates eye domestic bond growth

Pulse survey: CEE corporates eye domestic bond growth

January 2015

As 2014 came to an end Euromoney Research Group asked corporate funding officials for their views on key topics affecting companies in Central and Eastern Europe. From the fraught situation in Ukraine to plans for seeking international credit ratings, find the exclusive results of the survey here.


2014: a year in data – SEPA

December 2014

Self-Explanatory Poll Answer

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SSA corporate funding: IMF – Take the long view on Africa

SSA corporate funding: IMF – Take the long view on Africa

September 2014

Abebe Aemro Selassie, deputy director of the IMF’s African department, urges policymakers in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) to focus on making sure banking systems are robust. Rather than looking for short-term rewards of opening credit lines, he wants to see well-capitalized and regulated banks in countries where fiscal deficits are controlled.


SSA corporate funding: Corruption still weighs down Sub-Saharan Africa

September 2014

Euromoney Country Risk’s expert panel identifies corruption as the main political risk factor in most countries in the region, though overall economic risk has fallen since 2011.

SEF report: The state of the global market

August 2014

Euromoney Research Group presents a detailed report into the swap execution facilities (SEFs) sector. The bespoke content offers insight into the confusion over the adoption of these rules and looks at the future opportunities for all market participants.

Interview with CFTC commissioner Scott O’Malia

August 2014

When Scott O’Malia approved the final swap execution facility (SEF) rules in August 2013, he did so “reluctantly”. His fears were realized when the regime quickly wrought international havoc. In one of his last interviews before leaving the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), he relives the ordeal of bringing these rules to market and highlights many of the challenges still to come.

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