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Since 1987, Euromoney Financial Training has been the leading provider of practical skills training to finance professionals worldwide. To date we have trained over 250,000 market professionals. We have a broad portfolio of over 400 courses in areas of accounting, capital markets, compliance, corporate finance, credit, investment management, trading, project finance, treasury, and much more. 


All courses are CPD certified and approved by the British Accreditation Council.

  • We have more than 25 years’ experience delivering training courses to financial institutions across the globe, including HSBC, Barclays and CitiGroup.
  • Our carefully selected course instructors and speakers are the most reputable in the industry and bring a wealth of practical experience.
  • Every training programme is comprehensive and intensive to give you the most thorough and up–to–date learning experience.
  • With courses available on a public, sponsored or bespoke in–house basis, we will always do our best to accommodate your training requirements.

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  • Political risk should be the number-one concern for investors

    Euromoney’s country risk survey shows political risk rising in 64 countries this year. The march of populism is a key factor investors must consider before chasing tempting returns, but there are many others to guard against.

  • Hellenic Bank: Technological transformation

    Hellenic Bank is the second largest commercial bank in Cyprus, with market shares of 13% and 7% in deposits and loans respectively. Recapitalised following the crisis, it is now introducing innovative measures to restructure its loan portfolio, rebuild its loan portfolio and enhance operating efficiencies. In this interview with GlobalMarkets, Hellenic Bank’s chairwoman, Irena Georgiadou, outlines the progress that the bank has made since its re-capitalisation and looks forward to the opportunities that are being generated by the economic recovery in Cyprus. Click the link to the right to find out more.

  • Cooperative Central Bank: Preparing for a stock exhange listing

    The Co-operative Central Bank (CCB) of Cyprus was originally founded in 1937 as the central governing body of Cyprus’s 18 affiliated Co-operative Credit Institutions (CCIs), giving the bank unrivalled access to retail customers on the island. Click the link to the right to find out more.

  • Bank of Cyprus: Shrinking to strenghten

    Bank of Cyprus is comfortably the largest lender in Cyprus, with market shares of 39.7% in loans and 30.8% in deposits as of January 2017. It is also the only Cypriot bank listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE), making it a natural proxy for the economy. In this interview, Bank of Cyprus’s CEO, John Hourican, shares his views with GlobalMarkets on the recent performance of the bank and on the outlook for the Cypriot financial services industry and economy. Click the link to right to find out more.

  • Georgia's Macroeconomic Outlook

    Georgia’s diligent work in the past on developing its economy has not been in vain. The real economy has grown at about 5% on average annually since the global financial crisis; that in a period characterised by a major slowdown in growth rates throughout the world. IMF’s longer-term forecasts of Georgia’s future real output growth also stand at about 5%, one of the highest in the region. Click the link to the right to find out more.

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  • Political risk should be the number-one concern for investors

    Euromoney’s country risk survey shows political risk rising in 64 countries this year. The march of populism is a key factor investors must consider before chasing tempting returns, but there are many others to guard against.

    • 15 May 2017
  • Hellenic Bank: Technological transformation

    Hellenic Bank is the second largest commercial bank in Cyprus, with market shares of 13% and 7% in deposits and loans respectively. Recapitalised following the crisis, it is now introducing innovative measures to restructure its loan portfolio, rebuild its loan portfolio and enhance operating efficiencies. In this interview with GlobalMarkets, Hellenic Bank’s chairwoman, Irena Georgiadou, outlines the progress that the bank has made since its re-capitalisation and looks forward to the opportunities that are being generated by the economic recovery in Cyprus. Click the link to the right to find out more.

    • 08 May 2017
  • Cooperative Central Bank: Preparing for a stock exhange listing

    The Co-operative Central Bank (CCB) of Cyprus was originally founded in 1937 as the central governing body of Cyprus’s 18 affiliated Co-operative Credit Institutions (CCIs), giving the bank unrivalled access to retail customers on the island. Click the link to the right to find out more.

    • 08 May 2017
  • Bank of Cyprus: Shrinking to strenghten

    Bank of Cyprus is comfortably the largest lender in Cyprus, with market shares of 39.7% in loans and 30.8% in deposits as of January 2017. It is also the only Cypriot bank listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE), making it a natural proxy for the economy. In this interview, Bank of Cyprus’s CEO, John Hourican, shares his views with GlobalMarkets on the recent performance of the bank and on the outlook for the Cypriot financial services industry and economy. Click the link to right to find out more.

    • 08 May 2017
  • Georgia's Macroeconomic Outlook

    Georgia’s diligent work in the past on developing its economy has not been in vain. The real economy has grown at about 5% on average annually since the global financial crisis; that in a period characterised by a major slowdown in growth rates throughout the world. IMF’s longer-term forecasts of Georgia’s future real output growth also stand at about 5%, one of the highest in the region. Click the link to the right to find out more.

    • 08 May 2017

All International Bonds

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 13 Mar 2017
1 JPMorgan 94,925.33 384 8.39%
2 Citi 87,531.58 331 7.74%
3 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 84,341.49 288 7.46%
4 Barclays 75,288.19 241 6.66%
5 Goldman Sachs 68,504.71 208 6.06%

Bookrunners of All Syndicated Loans EMEA

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 16 May 2017
1 Deutsche Bank 19,381.65 47 8.82%
2 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 18,968.25 36 8.63%
3 HSBC 18,103.95 50 8.24%
4 BNP Paribas 8,911.57 55 4.05%
5 SG Corporate & Investment Banking 8,885.00 54 4.04%

Bookrunners of all EMEA ECM Issuance

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 23 May 2017
1 JPMorgan 8,714.26 35 8.36%
2 UBS 8,283.47 33 7.95%
3 Goldman Sachs 7,736.57 37 7.42%
4 Citi 6,897.11 46 6.62%
5 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 6,215.31 24 5.96%