Category: Emerging Markets

Writing for The BRICS Post, Commerzbank’s Alexander Rost sees great things for India’s exporting future

In an exclusive opinion piece for specialist publication, The BRICS Post, Alexander Rost, Commerzbank’s regional head for the subcontinent and ASEAN countries, explores the successes of the Indian economy, and argues that it could reach new heights by expanding the profile of its export trade. Rost notes that, as a member of the ‘BRICS’ group …

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India on the fast-track: Lord Marland featured in India Global Business

The May/June 2016 issue of India Global Business has featured a commentary by the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council Chairman Lord Marland, in which he argues that the modern Commonwealth can be a key instrument for Indian business. India’s prominence within the Commonwealth is central to Marland’s argument; it is both the first republic to have …

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Commerzbank’s experts discuss the trade potential of Brazil and India in the specialist press

In an exclusive interview for BRICS Business Magazine, Thomas Krieger and Alexander Rost – Commerzbank’s respective regional FI heads of Latin America and the Indian subcontinent – offer their insights on the trading potential of Brazil and India. 15 years after Goldman Sachs identified the so-called ‘BRICS’ group of major emerging global powers, the economic fortunes …

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BPL Global celebrates Paris subsidiary’s milestone and the unwavering political risk market with TFR

To mark the 15th anniversary of their Paris subsidiary, BPL Global celebrated at the British Ambassador’s grandiose residence in the French capital. Joined by Trade and Forfaiting Review along with leading figures in the trade finance, and credit and political risk insurance (CPRI) industries, BPL Global’s leaders highlighted the key pressures for the market today: the …

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Oliver Everett in Business Quarter: UK SMEs should target Commonwealth opportunities

An article has been published by Business Quarter magazine where the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council’s CEO Oliver Everett wrote about the CommonwealthFirst initiative and how it can support UK SMEs trade across the Commonwealth. As UK SMEs play an important role as dynamic and influential contributors to the economy, Everett explains why it is crucial they get the support that they need for their efforts …

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CWEIC CEO Oliver Everett on potential for stronger UK SME exports in Business Voice

Business Voice, the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) magazine, today published an article by Oliver Everett which highlighted trade opportunities for UK SMEs across the Commonwealth. Everett describes how UK SMEs, the backbone of the economy, have room for improvement when it comes to exporting overseas – but that support is at hand with the …

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Santander’s 2016 Canning House Lecture covered by the press

The annual Canning House Lecture – sponsored by Santander – was delivered this year by H.E Michelle Bachelet, President of Chile. The event, as reported by various outlets, explored the investment opportunities available to British companies who may be considering exporting to the region. With a strong economy, sophisticated capital markets and a regime committed to …

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Santander’s John Carroll discusses taking UK-Chile trade to the next level

The annual Canning Lecture – delivered this year by H.E Michelle Bachelet, President of Chile – gave a compelling insight into the investment opportunities available to those UK companies looking to export to the region. In a blog post for LinkedIn Pulse, John Carroll sheds light on the key areas for investment. Of particular interest, …

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Commerzbank’s Thomas Krieger outlines Brazil’s trading prospects in the specialist press

Offering his insights to specialist magazine, The BRICS Post, Thomas Krieger, Regional Head of Latin America at Commerzbank, argues that if Brazil is to move on from a series of economic setbacks, it must ramp up its trade. The Latin American economy has certainly suffered in recent years – facing corruption scandals, low commodity prices …

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Natixis’ Patrick Artus writes for Institutional Investor on the potential causes of a future global economic downturn

Some market observers predict a global financial crisis in 2016-2017; one just as serious, if not more so, than that of 2008-2009. Writing for Institutional Investor’s Unconventional Wisdom column, Patrick Artus, Natixis’ Chief Economist, analyses the global economy today and discusses the potential triggers of the next crisis. Signs of financial fragility have been growing since …

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