Funds are still unsure what use they can make of derivatives.
After earlier forecasting that European share prices would rise in 2006, Standard & Poor’s equity research now expects a 7% fall.
Fewer new financial sector rules from the EC might sound like a welcome respite, but it is not the same thing as no new rules.
Rash of strategic sales and IPOs planned.
Republic’s next challenge is to revamp its domestic debt portfolio.
Concerned about growing inflationary pressures, Russia’s government plans to limit the amount state companies can borrow in international bond markets.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development is helping to develop securitization structures in central and eastern Europe.
The Czech Republic’s PPF Group, which owns Home Credit and insurer Ceska Pojistovna, has managed to achieve top three positions in all of its countries of operation and with limited need for international financing.
Russia has an undeveloped equity market culture, so it is no surprise that there are few retail investors.
EMEA to see further growth in asset-backed transactions.
Many of the most attractive banking assets in emerging Europe have already been bought.
It was set up by private bankers.