Tag: 2015 outlook

Falcon CEO, Will Nagle, writes about the diversification of funding options for corporates

We may have expected funding options for corporates to dry up in the wake of the global financial crisis. However, the reduction in global-bank lending has instead seen other firms, such as regional banks and specialist financiers, step in to fill the gap. Will Nagle discusses in Finance ME. To read the full article, please …

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Natixis explores the effect of long-term low oil prices in its latest cross-expertise report

Bloomberg and GTR write on the findings of Natixis’ latest cross-expertise report, which predict a stabilisation of oil prices by year-end, with low demand and excess supply maintaining downward pressure on the price. “Countries like Saudi Arabia can keep production at this level probably for a year or two, but with Iranian oil back online …

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Commerzbank Central Asia expert cited in April issue of Global Finance

In an in-depth Global Finance feature exploring the latest economic developments in Central Asia, Commerzbank’s Regional Head for CIS, the Baltics and Mongolia, Axel Bommersheim, explains that Central Asia is much more than natural resources and argues that many potential investors are simply unaware of how much is going on in the region. Commerzbank’s latest …

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Patrick Artus argues why the ECB must plan its exit from QE now

In Artus’ latest Institutional Investor blog, he assesses what will happen to the economy when oil prices rise again and the temporary boost to the economy, stemmed from oil prices and the ECB’s own measures, begins to diminish. What’s more, the ECB need to assess what will happen when excess liquidity and a distortion of …

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Olivier Perquel speaks to Bloomberg on why Natixis has had a “good” start to 2015

In a Bloomberg interview with Olivier Perquel, Natixis’ Global Head of Financing and Global Markets, Perquel discusses Natixis’ success in expanding as an international corporate and investment bank. While some larger rivals retreat, Natixis’ sights are clearly to increase its presence internationally, and with 17 percent of revenue from capital markets last year, the firm …

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Natixis' Patrick Artus on why the eurozone is over-saving and not stopping anytime soon

The eurozone has a savings glut; in his regular column for FTSE Global Markets, Patrick Artus, Chief Economist at Natixis discusses why it’s set to get worse, why usual solutions won’t work – and what can be done to curb it. To read the full article, please click here.

Natixis’ Anne-Christine Champion on why the project pipeline may underwhelm again in 2015

In April’s edition of IJ Global, Anne-Christine Champion, Natixis’ Global Head of Infrastructure and Projects, examines why there will continue to be a low supply of projects in Europe, despite hopes that infrastructure plans like Junker’s will restore a pipeline of deals.

New Year, new challenges for Andrew Reid in TMI interview

Deutsche Bank’s Co-Head of Cash Management Corporates, EMEA, Andrew Reid, spoke to Treasury Management International about the outlook for 2015 – in personal, professional and industry terms, including significant trends, the post-SEPA environment and ongoing treasury challenges. To read the full article, please click here.