Darren Williams, senior European economist at AllianceBernstein, says that the latest 'bailout' of Greece looks as much of a fudge as those previously implemented.
Measures announced yesterday by the ‘Troika' to unblock a package of measures worth €44bn for Greece, are steps in the right direction, but will not be not sufficient to reduce the public debt of the country substantially, and to restore debt solvency...
Sberbank Asset Management, formerly Troika Dialog Asset Management, has mandated Frankfurt-based Accelerando Associates to market Russian equity and Russian fixed income funds to institutional investors in Germany and other European jurisdictions.
Despite today's statement of EU commissioner Olli Rehn, who confirmed that an aid package for Greece could be signed next week, the debt sustainability of the country remains a key issue, according to Willem Verhagen, senior economist at ING Investment...
Andrew Morris, managing director of Signature, considers the underlying political and economic fundamentals delaying proper rescue of Greece.
Russia’s Arbat Capital has set its sights on dividend equities again, after selling off its dividend basket earlier this year.
Allianz Investments in Russia has appointed Ilya Mozgovoy deputy CEO and head of asset management.
Mila Ketsky, professor at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy, compares Russian hedge funds to their global peers.
Venture investments in the Russian internet market are less risky and more rewarding than perceived, says Frontier Ventures.
Sberbank Asset Management has appointed Roman Filatov as managing director, head of equities portfolio management.
Schroders has put its plans to develop a distribution channel in Russia on hold as the country's politicians decide how to move forward with pension reform, and rules on funding pension contributions.
Mila Ketsky, professor at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy in Moscow, outlines the development of the Russian hedge fund industry.
The liberalisation of the Russian bond market which is taking place at the moment was welcomed by panellists at the Moscow Exchange Group's event in London yesterday.
Russia’s Ministry of Finance plans to abolish taxes on long-term investment vehicles in Russia to encourage domestic investment into funds.
The latest delay by euro area finance ministers on approving funding to Greece reflects deep disagreement about how to reduce current unsustainable debt levels, according to Darren Williams, senior European economist at AllianceBernstein.
Ukraine’s equity market has returned to its original sluggish state after a brief rebound on the news of election results last month.
Fostering better partnership between international investors and investment opportunities in Russia was the focus of the First Moscow International Foreign Investment Forum.
TKB BNP Paribas Investment Partners has topped the year to date performance rating of Russian equity funds without a sector focus with its Promising Investments fund.
Tatarstan is one of the most favourable regions for investment in Russia, with the ambition to become its “Silicon Valley”.
East Capital has selected three outstanding companies in Eastern Europe for its annual East Capital Awards.
Russian asset managers investing pension assets have done better in Q3 than Q2, but are still struggling to beat Vnesheconombank.
Clearstream plans to open a direct account with Russia’s new central securities depository (CSD) by year end, following the creation of the entity earlier this week.
Greece's government has approved with a thin margin an austerity package needed to unlock new aid from Europe, following a day of violent protests outside the Parliament in Athens.
Despite the fact that Barack Obama’s victory in the US election yesterday spells out good news for Russia, the local equity market has failed to rebound at the news.