Tag Archive: Emerging Markets

Specialist press cover Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council and Ship Owners Association of Nigeria’s joint Maritime event

The Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (CWEIC) and the Ship Owners Association of Nigeria’s (SOAN) joint event “The Future of the Maritime Industry in Nigeria” at Marlborough House on 28th September was featured in All About Shipping, Hellenic Shipping News, Oil, Gas and Shipping Magazine, Marine Link, This Day and Marine Network. Investors, business leaders …

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Natixis’ Alicia García Herrero examines the renminbi’s succession to the IMF reserve currency with Euromoney

From October, the Chinese renminbi (RMB) is included in the special drawing rights (SDR) – the basket of currencies used by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as a reserve currency – an acknowledgement of China’s remarkable growth in recent years. As the first emerging market currency added to the SDR basket, the longer-term structural implications …

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BNY Mellon’s Jean-Pierre Saint Victor discusses the future of payments in Trinidad and Tobago’s Contact magazine

As the middle class populations of emerging markets grew by 50% in the 2000s, so too have both inter- and intra-emerging market trade flows. In turn, banks must increasingly factor proficient multicurrency solutions into their offerings to cater to this demand. Writing for the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce magazine, Contact,  Jean-Pierre …

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Falcon’s Emma Clark says trade with emerging markets is essential post-Brexit in TFR

Although many UK companies haven’t considered trade with emerging markets in more than a generation, they present a consumer base of over half a billion people, with spending set to reach over US$20trn by 2020. Certainly, one silver lining of Brexit is that UK exporters will be encouraged to further afield to markets they were …

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ICC’s Henri D’Ambrières in International Banker: Supporting trade in unstable regions

Henri D’Ambrières – Senior Technical Advisor on the Trade Register at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission – recently discussed how to support trade in unstable regions in International Banker. While many banks are de-risking and retreating from emerging markets, banks still operating in politically or economically unstable regions can actually capitalise on …

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Natixis’ metal analyst, Bernard Dahdah, forecasts weak demand for gold in TFR

 Over the decades, central banks’ attitudes towards gold ownership have shifted in tune with transformations to the world’s monetary system and economic downturns. Writing for Trade and Forfaiting Review, Natixis’ metals analyst, Bernard Dahdah, analyses gold demand in light of myriad global phenomena including the financial crisis, rising demand from new markets such as China …

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ICC Banking Commission’s Alexander Malaket discusses refining the regulatory balance in Treasury & Risk

In a recent article for Treasury and Risk, Alexander Malaket – Deputy Head of the Executive Committee, International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission – discusses the search for the optimal balance between implementing essential regulation and encouraging global growth. Trade finance is a key factor in emerging-market development and the expansion of trade. Yet, …

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Falcon Group’s CEO and UAE Regional Head explore emerging market funding options in Cash and Trade

In a recent article in Cash and Trade, Falcon Group CEO Will Nagle and UAE Regional Head Nam Sahasra discuss the opportunities and challenges that come with exporting and expanding to the emerging markets. The emerging markets offer a myriad of trade opportunities. The MENA region, for instance, benefits from its geographic position and wealth …

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Falcon Group’s Emma Clark outlines how UK companies can reach beyond the EU in Financier Worldwide

In a recent article for Financier Worldwide, Falcon Group’s Emma Clark, Head of Business Development for UK and Europe, explains some of the key opportunities and challenges presented by the emerging markets and why, following the result of the EU referendum, it is so important we look towards further shores. The EU is by far our …

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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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