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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BNY Mellon: Clearing the mist on cloud technology

As “working in the cloud” becomes increasingly popular, BNY Mellon’s Peter Hazou (Head of Market Development for Treasury Services EMEA) and Saket Sharma  (CIO of Treasury Services) appear on the front page of www.sibos.com to explore the development and role of cloud technology, and the potential it has for treasury services. This article was originally published in …

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Natixis considers the reality of the US structuring ‘invasion’ in Real Deals

Easy lending terms are making their way across the Atlantic as a US ‘invasion’ of leveraged structured financing and pricing hits European shores. But are Europe and the US really converging? In his monthly blog post for Real Deals, Graham Olive – Head of Acquisition and Strategic Finance for Northern Europe at Natixis – evaluates …

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Citi and Imperial College on the promise of digital money

Citi and London’s imperial College gathered senior figures from across the mobile ecosystem to discuss the critical enablers that will help accelerate the economic and social change that digital money promises. To read the article based on the event, please click here

Standard & Poor's: Bond financing for UK student homes project in Infrastructure Journal

Student accommodation provider ULiving is proposing to issue £145 million (US$222.6m) of senior secured bonds to finance a student accommodation project at the University of Hertfordshire (UoH) in the UK. To read the full article, please click here

BNY Mellon: All Eyes On Turkey in this month's Cash & Trade

In addition to reaching unprecedented levels of growth – in spite of the global financial crisis – Turkey is set to benefit from rising global trade flows, particularly with the Middle East. In the latest issue of Cash & Trade, Cihat Takunyaci – BNY Mellon’s Country Manager for Turkey, and Treasury Services’ Head of Relationship …

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Standard & Poor's comments on the growth issues facing the European mid-market in this month's IFR

The funding environment for mid-market companies in Europe is at a turning point. As banks embark on a deleveraging process that may take many years, mid-market companies are increasingly seeking to diversify their funding sources.  To read the full article, please click here  

Our blog turns one

The Moorgate blog is one year old tomorrow. We hope it has highlighted our brand of financial PR – involving communicating the expertise of our clients. Below are our top 10 posts by viewing: S&P – Global Reinsurance Highlights 2012 Edition News announcement for Natixis infra debt distribution deal with Ageas S&P Project Finance and Shadow Banking …

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