Exotix Capital has expanded its fixed income team with four appointments in different markets globally. João Korngold, who previously worked as the managing director for EM sales at Cantor Fitzgerald and BNY Mellon, will lead fixed income sales for Latin America. Korngold has over 20 years’ experience selling EM products to institutional investors, hedge funds […]
London-based frontier market investment bank Exotix Capital has appointed Christopher Dielmann as senior economist for its Research, Analytics & Data unit (RAD), a position to be made effective immediately. Dielmann (pictured) will be primarily responsible for markets in Africa -including Egypt, Kenya and Nigeria- and for South West Asia, which includes Bangladesh, Pakistan and Vietnam. He will be working […]
London-based frontier market investment bank Exotix Capital has appointed Matthew Pearson as global head of Equities to lead its frontier equities platform. Pearson (pictured) joins the company from ICBC Standard Bank, where he worked as managing director and head of Equities for the past seven years. He will work closely with Exotix CEO Duncan Wales and […]
Jakob Christensen, director and senior economist at Exotix Partners LLP comments on the implications of the current negotiations between the Greek government and the Troika. The negotiations with the Troika on the completion of the current review are proving just as difficult as we envisaged in our recent research note — or in fact slightly […]
Gabriel Sterne, economist at Exotix Limited, has outlined a number of reasons why the Cypriot bailout as originally proposed is not fair.
Exotix, a frontier markets investment banking boutique, has entered into a strategic partnership with TLG Capital Limited, a private equity investor in sub-Saharan Africa and frontier markets.
London based Exotix, a frontier market investment banking boutique, has outlined its views on the riskiest peripheral debtors in the EU.
Investors looking to make significant returns on their investments should look at Greek fixed income and equities, says Peter Bartlett, managing director of Exotix, a London-based investment manager specializing in emerging and frontier markets.