Euromoney's recent coverage of macroeconomic, FX, fixed income and equity market trends in Brazil, Russia, India and China.
It’s 2020: welcome to the decade of low-cost Brazilian banking.
Brazil’s currency hit an all-time low nominal value on November 18, closing trading at R$4.20 to the dollar.
UBS’s country head refuses to comment on whether Banco do Brasil has been given a ‘call option on the bank’s Brazilian IB business’.
Itaú overtakes state-controlled Banco do Brasil to become the largest lender.
As the number of financial technology startups in Brazil balloons, there is a growing sense that the pin to puncture their growth is one critical area of operation: credit.
Brazil should be careful of learning the wrong lessons from Chilean protests.
Russia’s leading private sector lender looks to mortgages to maintain pace of loan growth.
VTB has long lagged state-owned rival Sberbank in terms of profitability, but with sanctions limiting access to capital the pressure is on to close the gap – chairman Andrey Kostin explains why digital transformation and aggressive retail growth hold the key to success for Russia’s second-largest lender.
A higher score, and tier, in the Euromoney Belt and Road Index shines the spotlight on Russia’s participation this quarter.
Petr Aven served as minister of foreign economic relations for the Russian Federation between 1991 and 1992.
Viktor Gerashchenko served as chairman of the Gosbank from 1989 to December 1991 and head of the central bank of Russia from 1992 to 1994 and 1998 to 2002.
As part of Euromoney's 50th anniversary coverage, we profile some of the biggest names that we interviewed for our May CEE focus.
It was a bold call to launch a specialist credit business in Asia in 2009, but SC Lowy celebrates its 10th birthday as an established figure in distressed debt and high yield not just at home but also increasingly in Europe.
To reduce greenhouse gas emissions, clean up water supplies, prevent the loss of biodiversity, mitigate fire and flood risk and meet the nutritional requirements of a growing population the world must improve its regenerative and sustainable agricultural practices – new tools and support from the financial services industry are needed to fund that transition.
SBI is reshaping India's financial system, continuing to act as the bedrock of local banking life while delivering a profit to shareholders.
Seizing opportunities and doing the tough things well has made Kotak Mahindra Bank a leading actor in shaping Asia's financial institutions.
The past decade has not been a happy time for a financial institution once instinctively viewed by many as India’s best-managed private bank; and as for the future… those involved have to keep their nerve.
The government has done an about-turn on its plans to introduce higher taxes on foreign portfolio investors as it finds ways to boost the equities market.
The Chinese bank is making a big push in areas such as financial inclusion as it targets sustainable ways to build its business and support the Chinese economy.
The Chinese asset-backed securities market saw a boom in 2019, marked by relentless innovation and cutthroat competition.
Euromoney’s survey shows Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan struggling against a tide of economic malaise and political/foreign policy concerns.
While the IMF highlights mispriced corporate debt as a systemic danger, so too is misvalued unlisted equity.
Many thought the trade war would have derailed the promise by the CSRC to let foreigners fully own their mainland securities operations.
The former treasurer at the Chinese multinational technology company says: 'Banks should be concerned.'