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Saturday, 24 February 2018

Sudip Roy' s stories

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  • Yapi Kredi Bank branch

    Happy Yapi

    Ticker | 22 February 2017

    If there were any doubts about the bid for Turkish banks, Yapi Kredi has dispelled them.

  • Investec reassesses DCM offering

    People & Markets | 17 February 2017

    Investec has integrated its UK debt capital markets business into its corporate and acquisition finance team in a move that will see senior bankers leave.

  • Logo of South Africa's Investec Bank

    Investec reassesses DCM offering

    Ticker | 17 February 2017

    Investec has integrated its UK debt capital markets business into its corporate and acquisition finance team, in a move that will see senior bankers leave.

  • Penino Vinas joins Standard Bank as global head of DCM

    Ticker | 16 February 2017

    Javier Penino Vinas has joined Standard Bank as head of debt capital markets.

  • Project Turkey

    Turkey shows other sovereigns what to do

    Ticker | 16 February 2017

    Make hay and all that. EM’s on a tear and the Turks have decided to take advantage.

  • Robust start for EM bonds but doubts linger

    Ticker | 13 February 2017

    Emerging markets bonds have started the year strongly but analysts question how sustainable performance will be.

  • Tunisia fails to budge pricing

    Emerging Markets | 10 February 2017

    The CEEMEA primary market saw a rare Friday trade when Tunisia returned to the euro market, illustrating how tough it is for pure emerging markets names to get traction in the single currency.

  • The flag of the Federal Republic of Nigeria

    Nigeria defies the eighters

    Top News | 10 February 2017

    Nigeria on Thursday tightened the screws on its first US dollar deal in more than three years, as it crunched pricing by 62.5bp off the back of a hefty order book.

  • Nigeria prepares return

    Emerging Markets | 03 February 2017

    Nigeria (B1/B/B+) is coming back to the bond market for the first time since July 2013 as it seeks much-needed funds to turnround an economy that has been battered by the fall in commodity prices.

  • Investors lap up Kernel story

    Emerging Markets | 27 January 2017

    Kernel Holding safely landed the first Ukrainian corporate bond in nearly four years as investors looked beyond notional country risks and bought into the credit story instead.