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Wednesday, 12 December 2018

2014

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  • Outlook for Capital Markets 2014 Cover

    IFR Outlook for Capital Markets 2014

    There are solid reasons to forecast a positive outlook for global capital markets in 2014. The all-time record new-issue activity seen in 2013 in areas such as US investment-grade corporate debt, US syndicated lending, global high-yield or Asian G3 debt may not necessarily be breached in the forthcoming 12 months, but it is likely to be matched as conditions in the US and across multiple market segments around the world remain highly propitious as the global economy gets into gear and funding levels re

  • IFR India Offshore Financing 2014 Cover image

    IFR India Offshore Financing Roundtable 2014 (Held in 2013)

    The Indian Offshore Financing Roundtable, which took place at the end of 2013 in Mumbai, analyses the current pro and cons for Indian companies looking to raise capital overseas. Held with a senior panel of leading equity capital market professionals, the discussion tracks the history of Indian offshore listings, measures the barometer for listing today, and forecasts future economic and regulatory conditions for Indian companies looking to raise capital post election in 2014.

  • IFR Latin Americas Report Cover 2014

    IFR Latin America Special Report 2014

    The good, the bad and the downright ugly: The People’s Republic of China may be more than 10,000 miles away from Latin America, but given the influence it has been having on the region, you could be forgiven for thinking it occupies the same barrio. There’s been no bigger influence on the region’s economy over the past few years than the PRC. With China’s growth slowing to about 7.5% from the runaway double-digit peak it reached in 2010–11, it’s not surprising that LatAm has suffered similarly.

  • IFR Schuldscheine Roundtable Cover Image 2014

    IFR Schuldscheine Roundtable 2014

    IFR’s second Schuldscheine Roundtable, held in Frankfurt on March 11, attracted the market’s top originators who were keen to talk about the product’s role in Europe’s nascent private placement market and where we are likely to see activity emerge in the coming year.

  • IFR Middle East Awards 2013 Cover

    IFR Middle East Awards 2013

    IFR’s inaugural Middle East Awards, which were presented at a gala dinner in Dubai at the end of March, were a great success. Senior investment bankers and their key clients assembled in the Ritz-Carlton DIFC to celebrate a significant year in the region’s capital markets and showcase some major achievements.

  • IFR Emerging Europe & Turkey Cover 2014

    IFR Emerging Europe and Turkey Special Report 2014

    At cruising altitude; turbulence ahead?: This report reaches you at a time when Emerging Europe and Turkey could be stuck on the tarmac. The political situation means Ukraine is grounded and Russia may yet have to consider an emergency landing, yet the rest of the CEE region appears to be about to take off.

  • IFR SSA Special Report 2014

    IFR SSA Special Report 2014

    The euro crisis is over. At least, that’s what the market appears to believe. Yields across the eurozone’s embattled periphery have fallen to levels not seen in nearly a decade, while rating agencies are starting to take a more positive outlook towards peripheral countries, citing progress in fiscal and economic reform.

  • IFR Germany Report cover 2014

    IFR Germany Special Report 2014

    As a solo performer, Germany has few rivals and many fans, striking all the right notes and rising sublimely above Europe’s discord as the DAX posts all-time highs, data show a growing economy, and unemployment dips to the lowest rate since unification.

  • IFR Asia Asian Development Bank Roundtable 2014 cover image

    IFR Asia Asian Development Bank Roundtable 2014

    For the second year running, IFR hosted a well-attended seminar during the Asian Development Bank’s annual meeting, held this time in Kazakhstan’s gleaming new capital, Astana. Part of the ADB’s official knowledge-sharing programme, the luncheon event brought together a panel of experts to discuss the development of Asian bond markets at a time when the ADB and other public sector bodies are working hard to promote Asia’s capital markets as an alternative to traditional bank finance.

  • IFR Top 250 Borrowers Cover 2014

    IFR Top 250 Borrowers 2014

    The bigger the better – in everything. Freddie Mercury, the late lead singer of Queen, wasn’t alone in judging the world and its wares solely on the merit of size. Take bond investors. When the Federal Reserve announced its intention to begin tapering its quantitative easing programme last May, expectations were of an inexorable rise in US yields.

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