TFR profiles Falcon Group’s UAE Head, Nam Sahasra

UAE Regional Head, Nam Sahasra, describes his background and role as ‘financial engineer’ at Falcon Group to editor Clarissa Dann in this month’s issue of Trade & Forfaiting Review. To read the full article, please click here

Natixis attempts to calculate the eurozone’s infrastructure multiplier for Infrastructure Investor

In the June edition of Infrastructure Investor, Natixis economists Sylvain Broyer and Johannes Gareis argue that infrastructure investment should be used as a policy to boost the eurozone’s GDP and reduce the region’s public debt burden. In this article, they reference one of their recent research papers, in which they attempt to calculate the infrastructure …

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Deutsche Bank displays cash management and trade finance expertise in The Banker Masterclass

In discussion with The Banker’s contributing editor Michael Imeson, Deutsche Bank’s Daniel Schmand – Head of Trade Finance EMEA – and Marcus Sehr – Global Head of Cash Management for Financial Institutions – offer a masterclass in cash management and trade finance. Divided into three chapters and supported by a script drafted by Moorgate, they …

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BNY Mellon : A new dialogue for investor relations in Turkey

As Turkish businesses increasingly engage with the international investor community, Investor Relations practices in Turkey are undergoing significant changes. In the latest edition of CFO Insight, Cihat Takunyaci – BNY Mellon’s Country Manager for Turkey – examines developments in the discipline and what they mean for CFOs. To read the full article please click here

PensionsFirst Capital: Removing the middle man from longevity swap transactions

Pension schemes are showing interest in hedging their longevity risk directly with the re-insurance market rather than paying a significant premium to go through a bank or insurer. Writing for Professional Pensions, Hugo James, CEO of risk-management specialist PensionsFirst Capital, suggests some alternative ways that pension schemes can remove the cost of intermediation from a …

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What could stop Chinese growth? Natixis in Institutional Investor

In an article for Institutional Investor, Bei Xu, Asia economist at Natixis, and Patrick Artus, chief economist at Natixis, discuss the structural economic problems currently gripping China, the world’s second largest economy. They argue that if such problems aren’t remedied, the result could be a drastic economic slowdown in the coming years, with growth potentially …

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BNY Mellon explores Turkey’s growing role on the international stage

Featured in the April/May issue of EMEAFinance – timed for distribution at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) annual meeting and business forum in Istanbul – BNY Mellon Treasury Services’ Peter Hazou (head of market development, EMEA) and Cihat Takunyaci (country manager and head of relationship management, Turkey) take a look at an …

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Commerzbank comments on Turkey’s risks and rewards

Turkey’s potential to be a trading powerhouse has never been in doubt – its enviable geographic location between the emerging markets of Eastern Europe, the Middle East and North Africa see to that. Yet its ability to make good of that potential has often been questioned – indeed, the recent demonstrations in Istanbul only serve …

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Natixis talks oil on Bloomberg TV

Ahead of the recent Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) meeting in Vienna, Abhishek Deshpande, an analyst at Natixis, was interviewed on Bloomberg TV to discuss the possible outcomes of the meeting and reflect on current trends in the oil markets. To watch the full video, please click here

What to expect from Japanese economic policy – Natixis in Institutional Asset Manager

Japan’s late 2012 launch of its economic revitalisation programme – designed to double its monetary base – has had a rapid and significant effect on the market. In the current edition of Institutional Asset Manager, Sophie Chardon – Natixis’ Head of Quantitative and Cross Asset Analysis – considers the impacts of Japan’s new economic policy …

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