Seven options for Lebanon as economic crisis deepens

Seven options for Lebanon as economic crisis deepens

December 02, 2019
By VIRGINIA FURNESS

The Lebanese authorities said that they met a $1.5 billion bond payment in late November, but with the country rapidly running out of money and in the absence of any clear ability to enact reforms, Euromoney looks at its options.

Investment: The UK’s push for impact

Investment: The UK’s push for impact

November 27, 2019
By HELEN AVERY

Year after year, research highlights the gap between what impact investment consumers want and what they are being offered by advisers, banks and pension funds.

US RMBS: Is non-QM the new sub-prime?

US RMBS: Is non-QM the new sub-prime?

November 06, 2019
By LOUISE BOWMAN

The US private label RMBS market is set to surge if Fannie and Freddie stop guaranteeing higher debt-to-income mortgages in 2021, but eager investors should approach the sector with care.

Facebook’s Libra isn’t finished yet

Facebook’s Libra isn’t finished yet

October 30, 2019
By PETER LEE

The political and regulatory backlash has driven leading payments companies out of the Libra association, but a new version of the revolutionary stablecoin may yet appear.