Can anyone topple Deutsche in FX?

When Zar Amrolia, now managing director of global finance and foreign exchange, first walked on to the then Deutsche Morgan Grenfell’s foreign exchange sales and trading floor in 1995, he wasn’t entirely sure that he had made the right career move.

Emerging markets: Fund managers do battle in commodity minefield

In the second part of Euromoney’s emerging market equity fund manager profiles, Chloe Hayward talks to seven managers and hears what history has taught them and how they plan to find their way through the minefield of commodity-linked stock markets, notably in eastern Europe.

Real estate: Rebuilding a house of cards

In 2008, Russia’s property developers were hit by a brutal mix of fast-shrinking funding options and falling customer demand, sending equity valuations into a tailspin.

Saudi industrial plans seek extra help

How many mega-projects can a crippled market handle? Saudi state bodies such as the Public Investment Fund are doing more to help the financing of projects but it might not be enough.

EBRD returns to the limelight

Never in the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development’s history has central and eastern Europe needed its support so much.