Two years after the Arab Spring, BNP Paribas' Middle East economist Pascal Devaux talks about how delays in political transition are threatening the country's economic development.
La stagione dell’export italiano è al tramonto. Gli imprenditori del Paese devono crescere all’estero penetrando i paesi esteri che presentano un interessante bacino di consumatori con prodotti pensati per le esigenze specifiche del mercato locale.
Sub-Saharan Africa offers investors attractive demographics and fast growth, but private equity is often the only way of gaining exposure.
Greece has fallen out of a list of the top ten riskiest sovereign credits after restructuring its debt, but a number of other sovereigns are still at risk, new research has revealed.
Several emerging markets funds have soft closed recently to stem investment pouring into the strategies and provoking "capacity" issues.
Renaissance Asset Managers (RAM) has announced the launch of a Frontier Markets fund to invest in markets with a forecast GDP growth of over 4%.
Aviva Investors a été choisi par la banque égyptienne Ahli United Bank (AUB) dans le cadre d'un nouveau mandat de multi-gestion en immobilier.
One year on from the demonstrations in Egypt’s Tahrir Square, managers polled by the UK’s Association of Investment Companies consider the prospects for investing in the region.
Embattled Greece tops the global table of the most risky sovereign credits in the world, as it has been for much of the past year, while Norway continues to head the least risky sovereign issuers, according to a report on liquidity metrics from CMA Datavision...
Egypt is looking forward to a new future after its part in the Arab Spring. It all starts with elections this month, which need to be backed by sound economic policies.
Since the global financial crisis, many fund managers tried to distance themselves from parent banks requiring public support and widely regarded as causing the crunch.
The misconceptions of the risks associated with investing in Africa are most acutely expressed within the valuations of local African debt markets, says Mahan Namin, a portfolio manager at Insparo Asset Management.
Outsize TV screens were showing graphic live footage of the clashes in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, but watching the soaring musical fountains at the foot of Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world, one banker confidently dismissed doom and...