BlackRock has now announced the appointment of Christian Staub as country head Germany, Switzerland and Austria.
Michael Hasenstab, CIO, Global Bonds at Franklin Templeton's Fixed Income Group explains why Hungaria is an attractive case for unconstrained, contrarian investments in fixed income.
Jesse Sherman, portfolio manager at Renaissance Asset Managers, answers a Q&A on the recovery in the European periphery.
Italy's Intesa Sanpaolo has signed a €75m agreement with the European Investment Bank (EIB), joining as Confirming Bank in the Trade Finance Facility in Greece, established in June 2013.
Karine Hirn, partner and co-founder of East Capital, sees a number of possible strategic benefits to China from its recent gas deal with Russia, although there are still questions over the final cost.
With the first match of the World Cup opening in Brazil, BNY Mellon Investment Management examined if the footballing favourites are also expected to top the table in terms of economic performance
In the second of a four part series looking at the BRIC regions, Craig Botham, Emerging Markets Economist at Schroders, shares his views on Russia.
Weaker than expected economic recovery could see US 10-year bond yields fall rather than rise, according to latest quarterly analysis from Raiffeisen Capital Management.
Jacob Grapengiesser, partner and senior advisor at East Capital comments on the sign off of the gas supply deal between Russia and China.
Societe Generale Securities Services (SGSS) in Serbia has been mandated by four major Serbian pension funds to act as their custodian and depositary bank.