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  • A reform programme to insure Brazil against shocks

    In a wide-ranging interview with GlobalMarkets, Brazil’s central bank governor Roberto Campos Neto explains how he has worked alongside the finance ministry and other agencies to help drive through structural reform that will deliver stronger growth, higher levels of productivity, greater financial stability and a sustainable fiscal position

    • 22 Oct 2019
  • Vulnerable nations urge rich economies to do more on climate

    Africa accounts for just 4% of greenhouse gas emissions but is on the frontline of the impacts of climate changes, according to leading figures on the continent and in the Caribbean who are demanding that rich nations do more to protect the most vulnerable.

    • 20 Oct 2019
  • Fury as IMF admits ‘cannot recall’ meeting indigenous Ecuador groups ahead of $4.2bn loan

    Indigenous groups in Ecuador have condemned the IMF’s mission for failing speak to them before they agreed a $4.2bn rescue plan that included a cut to fuel subsidies that triggered an angry response. A senior IMF official has admitted he cannot recall whether meetings took place.

    • 20 Oct 2019
  • Egypt hopes to agree on new Fund package by March, says Maait

    Egyptian finance minister Mohamed Maait tells GlobalMarkets about his plans to increase private sector participation in the economy and attract more foreign investment as he nears an agreement with the IMF for a new funding package

    • 20 Oct 2019
  • Bank talks up commodity hedging as risks grow

    The World Bank is hoping to step up its activity as an intermediary in commodity hedging transactions, providing credit enhancements for its clients in their arrangements with insurers to protect them from external shocks

    • 20 Oct 2019
  • Jamie Dimon: I’d take JP Morgan private if I could

    JP Morgan’s Jamie Dimon and Morgan Stanley’s James Gorman have hit out at the burdens of being public, including the risk of litigation, excess bureaucracy, and public scrutiny of specialised compensation packages

    • 20 Oct 2019
  • Negative rates as ‘new normal’ to push European banks towards charging customers

    The decision by the European Central Bank to lower its deposit rate to -0.5% last month has prompted the eurozone’s banks to look at passing some of the pain of negative interest rates on to their customers

    • 20 Oct 2019
  • ‘We can deliver on our climate promises’ — Indonesia

    The head of Indonesia’s fiscal policy agency tells GlobalMarkets that his country is determined to hit its pledge to cut carbon emissions by 30% and called on policymakers to put a robust carbon tax back on the political agenda

    • 20 Oct 2019
  • India’s new infra fund to lure cautious investors with 18% returns

    India has become the latest emerging market to use its sovereign wealth fund to move into the infrastructure arena. Managing director Sujoy Bose tells GlobalMarkets that investors could make a return as high as 18% but investors still fret over bureaucracy

    • 20 Oct 2019
  • Asian countries call for more room at the IMF table

    Central bankers from Sri Lanka and Indonesia tell GlobalMarkets why Asian countries are annoyed with the IMF for not ensuring that their countries’ voting shares in the fund match the size and characteristics of their economies and so leave them with less of a voice

    • 20 Oct 2019
  • Kenya fin min says ‘entire debt stock’ to be assessed

    Kenya’s acting finance minister tells GlobalMarkets that he expects to conclude a new standby loan facility with the International Monetary Fund by the end of the year as part of a strategy to reduce its debt stock

    • 20 Oct 2019
  • Worries for EM debt sustainability rise as growth slows

    Low interest rates have pushed investors to invest in riskier credit, flooding emerging market funds and driving down borrowing costs and causing debt stocks to climb, economists and investors have told GlobalMarkets

    • 20 Oct 2019
  • ‘Great moment of truth’ for EU as Brexit demands finance reforms

    Leading ministers and financiers have told GlobalMarkets that the EU is likely to redouble efforts to reform its financial system, as member states brace for Brexit and try to protect themselves against a shift away from globalisation.

    • 20 Oct 2019
  • US trade hostility cracks post-war order: new system will be Asia-led

    The current system of globalisation with the United States at its centre looks set to crumble and be replaced by a new global system anchored around China, leading economists have told GlobalMarkets

    • 20 Oct 2019
  • Green New Deal’s first test in Europe is imminent

    The idea of the Green New Deal, a package of policies addressing environmental, social and economic needs together, is spreading around the world and is likely to be on show first in Europe.

    • 20 Oct 2019
  • Out of the Woods

    Seen and heard in the corridors of the Annual Meetings

    • 20 Oct 2019
  • Final Word: Mariana Mazzucato

    • 20 Oct 2019
  • Finance ministers grasp ‘growth story’ of climate action

    Around 50 finance ministers gathered in Washington on October 19 to put into action measures to implement the six Helsinki Principles that they agreed on five months ago. They are set to issue a communique that will acknowledge that the world is in the grip of a climate emergency.

    • 20 Oct 2019
  • Lebanon close to new rescue plan as EIB steps up MENA funding

    Geopolitical issues such as the migration crisis has heightened the need for the European Investment Bank to launch facilities such as Economic Resilience Initiative fund to help attract private capital into the troubled North African region

    • 20 Oct 2019
  • Protecting the heart and lungs of the planet

    One year after the launch of the Clean Oceans Initiative, the European Investment Bank wants to use its success in tackling plastic pollution as a springboard to safeguard the wider blue economy.

    • 20 Oct 2019
  • Saudi Aramco IPO still on but delay leaves buyers cold

    Saudi Aramco has delayed the launch of its mega-IPO for the second time in two years and investors are starting to tire of continued speculation and no hard numbers on valuation

    • 19 Oct 2019
  • World Bank warns of deglobalisation threat to poverty targets

    The World Bank’s chief economist says globalisation has been wrongly blamed for fuelling the rise in inequality but says that unless policymakers cooperate, there is a danger it could turn into a new era of deglobalisation that would hurt the poorest

    • 19 Oct 2019
  • Levloan underwriting limits could cut global risks

    Investors who have been pushing banks to clean up their act for years have welcomed the new Principles for Responsible Banking. But the real test will be action, not words

    • 19 Oct 2019
  • IMF’s carbon tax call ‘not close to what’s needed’

    The calls for a global carbon tax are getting louder but some experts believe it needs to be much higher than what is currently being recommended to make a difference and drive CO2 emissions reductions.

    • 19 Oct 2019
  • Estonia rejects new EU agency to fight financial crime

    Estonia’s finance minister tells GlobalMarkets why he does not believe that the EU should set up its own anti-money laundering agency but should instead focus on more effective cooperation and faster information-sharing

    • 19 Oct 2019
  • Make debt climate-resilient, says Barbados PM after restructuring agreement

    As part of a debt restructuring, Barbados has included a natural disaster clause — something its prime minister Mia Mottley hopes will be adopted by other vulnerable nations

    • 19 Oct 2019
  • ‘All about the execution now’ — destabilised Brazil heads out on the PR trail

    Senior financial officials in Brazil are confident that the reforms they have put in place are set to deliver an economic turnaround in a country that has been destabilized by political infighting

    • 19 Oct 2019
  • EM monetary ammo no magic wand

    Cuts in interest rates by major Western central banks have given policymakers in Latin America and other emerging market regions that have kept their powder dry the chance to unleash a new round of monetary stimulus. However, analysts warn that it needs to be matched by policy reforms

    • 19 Oct 2019
  • Saudi flexes lending muscles as bilateral cheques pose challenge to new IMF boss

    Bilateral investment from rising powers such as China, Russia and Saudi Arabia has been gratefully received by needy nations such as Pakistan but the inflow of new money threatens to make the IMF look less relevant just as the multilateral has acquired a new boss

    • 19 Oct 2019
  • 20 central banks working on scheme which could make stablecoins redundant

    Start-up RTGS.global thinks it has a cross-border system whereby it can blow stablecoins such as Facebook’s Libra out the water

    • 19 Oct 2019
  • MDBs face being trapped between nationalist pressures and global crises

    Multilateral development banks must avoid becoming squeezed between ever-growing demands to deal with global threats such as climate change and the rise of nationalism among their member states keen to use these institutions for wider political agendas

    • 19 Oct 2019
  • Out of the Woods

    Seen and heard in the corridors of the Annual Meetings

    • 19 Oct 2019
  • Spearheading alignment with the Paris Agreement

    With its push to embrace its role as the European Union’s climate bank, the European Investment Bank is set to play a key part in the alliance of multilateral development banks committed to fight climate change.

    • 19 Oct 2019
  • Banks sign responsibility code but remain deep in fossil fuels

    Investors have hailed the new ethics code for banks, the UN Principles for Responsible Banking, as an important advance in making banks more sustainable. But they want to see the fine words lead to action — above all, real decarbonisation.

    • 19 Oct 2019
  • Lebanon on the brink of economic collapse as Beirut burns

    The barricades are burning in Lebanon, with people angry at their government’s plans to impose taxes on WhatsApp calls. But the authorities desperately need more money to stave off a default

    • 19 Oct 2019
  • Uruguay eyes new way as sovereigns go green

    Uruguay has become the first sovereign issuer to set out plans for a bond that takes a more comprehensive view of the ESG agenda rather than the classic green bond structure. A number of EM countries have told GlobalMarkets they are interested in issuing sustainability bonds, even as seasoned issuers have moved away from the product.

    • 19 Oct 2019
  • Final Word: Sir Suma Chakrabarti, EBRD

    EBRD model shows way to achieve Sustainable Development Goals

    • 19 Oct 2019
  • Turkey exudes confidence but investors fear fresh sanctions threat

    Investors in Turkey enjoyed some relief after the government agreed to withdraw from northern Syria. The country’s finance ministry has told GlobalMarkets it is confident but some fears that measures passing through the US Congress could lead to fresh sanctions being imposed that one said was a threat

    • 19 Oct 2019
  • CEE states keep their eyes on EU accession prize

    Even as Britain prepares to leave the EU, states on its eastern and southern continue to knock on the door in the hope of being invited in, despite signs that some of the older members have little appetite for expansion

    • 18 Oct 2019
  • Free trade zone raises hope of speeding African growth

    The new African free trade zone that will remove tariffs on 90% of goods should stimulate growth on the continent, according to African financial leaders. But there are fears it could create winners and losers

    • 18 Oct 2019
  • Mexico calls for ‘game-changing’ ratification of Nafta 2.0

    Mexico’s finance minister Arturo Herrera is hoping for ratification of the USMCA trade deal, which replaces Nafta, in the next six weeks. But the US political omens do not look good

    • 18 Oct 2019
  • Pension funds key to unlocking Africa’s infrastructure funding

    Ghana’s minister of finance has called on global pension funds to help meet Africa’s vast infrastructure need, easing the funding burden which has seen several African countries load up on unsustainable levels of expensive dollar debt

    • 18 Oct 2019
  • Investors put little hope in Venezuela regime change as PDVSA teeters

    A close adviser to Juan Guaidó, the alternative Venezuelan president backed by the US, tells GlobalMarkets their team has a recovery plan. But with PDVSA about to default and regime change nowhere in sight, others are sceptical

    • 18 Oct 2019
  • Indian FM sets out measures to fuel economic rebound

    India’s Ministry of Finance is making big efforts to revive the country’s stagnating economy, with measures to front-load infrastructure spending and boost consumption. But experts warn that it will take many more tough reforms to get India back to its heyday of strong growth.

    • 18 Oct 2019
  • Ukraine’s central bank pledges to stand firm on Privatbank

    The National Bank of Ukraine is embroiled in around 600 lawsuits over the nationalisation of Privatbank against its former owner Ihor Kolomoisky. The governor of the NBU tells GlobalMarkets that if Kolomoisky wins, it would cross a red line for the IMF’s continued involvement with the country

    • 18 Oct 2019
  • Out of The Woods

    Seen and heard in the corridors of the Annual Meetings

    • 18 Oct 2019
  • Final Word: Felipe Larraín

    Finance ministers must take decisive action on climate change

    • 18 Oct 2019
  • ‘It’s our moment’: Ethiopia reforming to become African gateway

    Ethiopia’s finance minister, Ahmed Shide, tells GlobalMarkets that Ethiopia is preparing to open up to the world and plans to establish the country as a gateway for Africa

    • 18 Oct 2019
  • World Bank optimistic of $80bn for IDA as big donors cough up

    The World Bank is confident it can hit its target of pulling in at least $80bn in financing for its arm that works with the poorest countries, including $2.5bn for a fund aimed at leveraging private capital into fragile states

    • 18 Oct 2019
  • CEOs huddle to unlock investment for SDGs

    Faced with an estimated bill of $2.6tr a year to finance meeting the Sustainable Development Goals, the heads of 30 companies will work together to ease the blockages to greater investment

    • 18 Oct 2019
  • AIIB aims high with 20% growth per year in sight

    In an exclusive interview with GlobalMarkets, the vice president of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, says that he wants to see half of lending going to the private sector within 10 years

    • 18 Oct 2019
  • Fed pitches liquidity rule tweak to ease repo stress

    GlobalMarkets understands that the US Federal Reserve has proposed creating a standing repo facility that could be counted as part of banks’ regulatory liquidity limits to prevent another rep spike

    • 18 Oct 2019
  • Fiscal splurge may arrive too late in Europe, say economists

    Europe’s strongest member states are on the verge of embarking on a growth-boosting fiscal splurge, but leading economists in the region fear that any action will be too little and too late to avert a recession in the bloc

    • 18 Oct 2019
  • EU Bank to rival China as it pledges to meet Africa’s development challenge

    The head of the European Investment Bank sets out his vision for upping its investment in Africa to meet the challenges presented by poverty, development needs and rising populations

    • 18 Oct 2019
  • Costa Rica seen as weak spot in Central America ahead of bond plans

    Costa Rica is planning to tap international investors for the first time, seeking $4.5bn. But investors are worried about its economy, especially its fiscal deficit. The central bank governor tells GlobalMarkets the state is on track for a primary surplus in four years, but investors see risks.

    • 18 Oct 2019
  • Final Word: Henrik Normann, Nordic Investment Bank

    Sustainable finance is not just about green

    • 17 Oct 2019
  • Out of the Woods

    Seen and heard in the corridors of the Annual Meetings

    • 17 Oct 2019
  • Trump’s Turkey sanctions threat has no teeth, say investors

    Investors are keeping a watchful eye over the escalating tit-for-tat threats between the United States and Turkey. Asset prices have so far remain unmoved, but analysts have warned that any move to impose tougher sanctions could be catastrophic

    • 17 Oct 2019
  • Towards a decarbonised future

    The European Investment Bank has set out a strategy for lending that will support the EU’s goal of decarbonising the economy by financing investments that cut emissions, combat climate change and support alternatives to fossil fuels.

    • 17 Oct 2019
  • Sri Lanka debt trap with China claim is ‘rubbish’ — central bank

    Sri Lanka’s deputy central bank governor, P Nandalal Weerasinghe, tells GlobalMarkets that claims it had fallen into a Chinese debt trap are “rubbish”, pointing out that loans from the Asian giant were lower than those from some multilateral development banks

    • 17 Oct 2019
  • Multilaterals accused of funding forest destruction

    Multilateral development banks including the International Finance Corporation and those covering Latin America and African have been accused of funding schemes that lead a loss of tree cover despite their environmental pledges

    • 17 Oct 2019
  • Libra bounces back as central banker hails digital currency benefits

    Libra, Facebook’s digital currency project, suffered a blow last week when a host of backers pulled out but an endorsement by Bank of England governor Mark Carney of the potential benefits of a global digital currency is a much needed and timely fillip

    • 17 Oct 2019
  • Oil rush ahead for Brazil as Guedes talks up Petrobras sell-off

    Brazil’s economy minister Paulo Guedes tells GlobalMarkets how $150bn from oil auctions, $220bn from pension reform and a potential bonanza from privatisations will bring the fiscal deficit to beat the government’s target

    • 17 Oct 2019
  • Europe to fix focus on SMEs in revamped CMU project

    Finland’s finance minister tells GlobalMarkets that SMEs should be a priority for the new EU Commission, while a a high level EU expert group has suggested the EU could set up a fund to support SMEs and mid-cap companies through the costly process of launching an initial public offering

    • 17 Oct 2019
  • Germany puts EIB’s climate ambition at risk with push for loopholes

    The EIB’s hopes of becoming Europe’s ‘climate bank’ and its leadership role among multilateral development banks in moving to a cleaner economy are at risk if conservative country shareholders demand further weakening of its new Energy Lending Policy that would ban nearly all fossil fuel lending

    • 17 Oct 2019
  • Economists push for ECB policy rethink under Lagarde

    Economists at Europe’s banks believe that Christine Lagarde should use her arrival as the new president of the European Central Bank to launch a full review of the monetary authority’s strategy to deal with low growth and inflation

    • 17 Oct 2019
  • Bank chief pledges to get ‘biggest bang for the dollar’ in fight on poverty

    The World Bank’s new managing director Axel van Trotsenburg tells GlobalMarkets how he and president David Malpass will deliver on the record capital package they negotiated a year ago by delivering results on the ground

    • 17 Oct 2019
  • Brics bank on the move: NDB targets $41bn lending and new sovereign members

    In a rare interview, the head of the New Development Bank set up by the Brics nations, KV Kamath, tells GlobalMarkets of his vision of attracting a host of new members that his finance director believes will lead to lending volumes quadrupling within less than a decade

    • 17 Oct 2019
  • Libya hails success of bilateral deals as IMF stays out

    Libya’s central bank governor, Saddek Elkaber, tells GlobalMarkets that his country has had to box clever when it comes to development finance

    • 17 Oct 2019
  • African countries brought to their knees as China debt soars

    Heavy debt burdens are forcing African countries to either renegotiate loan terms with China, or ask for debt forgiveness, with some blaming China’s lack of attention to debt sustainability.

    • 17 Oct 2019
  • China’s Ma calls for action from MDBs on green financing

    Ma Jun, a green activist who also sits on the monetary policy committee of the Chinese central bank, tells GlobalMarkets that multilateral development banks need to focus on risk mitigation, reduce the risk of default on demonstration projects and help local banks deliver more lending if they want to deliver on financing green infrastructure

    • 17 Oct 2019
  • Taiwan CB may have vast hidden $ reserves, but Treasury could turn blind eye to currency manipulator charge

    A new report claims that Taiwan has over a $100bn of hidden dollar reserves — more than enough for the US Treasury to classify the Asian country a currency manipulator if it wanted to. But given Taiwan’s strained relationship with China, the US might be prepared to look the other way

    • 17 Oct 2019
  • Crunch time for debt-ridden Argentina ahead of crucial IMF talks

    Ministers from Argentina are flying into Washington tonight but with elections just days away, the fate of the country’s IMF bailout plan will depend on the attitude taken by Alberto Fernández, the odds-on favourite to be the next president

    • 17 Oct 2019
  • The EIB should be Europe’s development hub — for now

    European politicians may be tempted to make a show by founding a new development bank. That would be a mistake. Results are what matter, not branding. To supercharge development and climate finance, the EU should choose the simplest and fastest option

    • 16 Oct 2019
  • Harnessing the financial markets to scale up humanitarian aid

    There are justifiable fears around the humanitarian aid sector using the capital markets but if executed well it will allow charities and development agencies to bring in much more funding.

    • 15 Oct 2019
  • Banxico keeps eye on stability in face of structural shocks

    Mexico’s central bank has finally taken a dovish turn to ease pressure on a languishing economy. Yet prudence in the face of structural changes continues to be the guiding light for Banxico, governor Alejandro Díaz de León tells GlobalMarkets

    • 15 Oct 2019
  • No honeymoon for Georgieva as recession fears intensify

    Kristalina Georgieva takes over the reins at the International Monetary Fund with high praise from her boss at the World Bank. But she arrives as the financial watchdog faces an array of risks including a deep global recession

    • 15 Oct 2019
  • Fintech finally at the capital markets gates

    After years of whitepapers, R&D and proofs of concept, the long prophesied new age of technology in primary debt capital markets is at long last about to arrive

    • 15 Oct 2019
  • Going gets tough for Europe’s capital markets union

    The new European Commission has its work cut out if it wants to re-launch efforts to create a single market for capital in Europe. The easy wins were banked by the previous administration while Brexit complicates an already highly complex initiative

    • 15 Oct 2019
  • Brazil back on the dancefloor

    Top policymakers have vowed to mend and open up the economy of the Latin American giant. GlobalMarkets speaks to economy minister Paulo Guedes and central bank governor Robert Campos Neto

    • 15 Oct 2019
  • The biggest boom will be the unavoidable one

    Adapting to climate change is going to cost many trillions. Yet so far, only a trickle of money is being put towards it. What is causing this baffling blockage in financial markets, and how can it be unlocked?

    • 15 Oct 2019
  • Waiting for Malpass to reveal his true colours

    Six months into the job, David Malpass has had an easy ride. But life is about to get harder for the new World Bank chief as he goes into his first annual meetings

    • 15 Oct 2019
  • Unlocking the global investor base for local EM bond markets

    Jingdong Hua, the World Bank’s treasurer, has got a plan to get the world’s largest investors involved in local currency bonds markets

    • 15 Oct 2019
  • CEE ‘behind the curve’ on green bonds

    Climate change may be climbing to the top of the EU and EBRD’s agenda, but the outlook remains clouded in CEE, where green bond issuances remain intermittent. However, countries in emerging Europe are being encouraged to respond to their obligations by using green financial instruments

    • 08 May 2019
  • EBRD’s Africa push met with scorn in Sarajevo

    Plans by the EBRD to enter sub-Saharan Africa have been criticised by delegates at the annual meeting for taking on more responsibilities at a time when they have not completed their tasks in their original areas of operation

    • 08 May 2019
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina rails against delays to EU accession

    Senior Bosnia and Herzegovina officials vented frustration at the stalled process of EU accession talks yesterday (Wednesday), warning that Europe’s foot-dragging was stymying growth and investment and threatened to undermine belief in the process.

    • 08 May 2019
  • Europe risks driving Ukraine to Russia through neglect

    Ukraine’s president-elect Volodymyr Zelensky appears to have planted his flag firmly in favour of European integration but there are warnings that Russia will step into the gap if the bloc does not reciprocate

    • 08 May 2019
  • Russia to EBRD: talk or we walk

    Five years after the EBRD decided to stop funding new projects in Russia, the country has started to hint it might walk away from the multinational bank and find other funding sources unless it opens negotiations

    • 08 May 2019
  • EIB planning to launch new development bank

    GlobalMarketscan reveal that the European Investment Bank is preparing to launch a new entity — potentially called the European Bank for Sustainable Development — that will focus on sustainable projects outside the EU.

    • 08 May 2019
  • Baltic countries target single index classification

    The EBRD is working with Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania to have the Baltic region classified as a frontier market initially and is working on a pan-area covered bond framework

    • 08 May 2019
  • European Commission ‘should create fintech union’

    The European Commission should work on setting protocols and standards to allow European-wide co-operation on fintech, according to Vilius Sapoka, Lithuania’s finance minister.

    • 08 May 2019
  • Lithuania ‘distinguished’ from other Baltics on money laundering

    Lithuania’s finance minister tells GlobalMarkets why he is confident that his country has a lower exposure to money laundering risk than its Baltic neighbours because of its relatively low level of non-resident deposits.

    • 08 May 2019
  • PrivatBank ‘confident’ of resisting nationalisation unwind

    A Ukrainian bank believes it can overturn a court ruling against its nationalisation that was seen as good news for the oligarch who used to own it and who is a supporter of the incoming president.

    • 08 May 2019
  • Foreign lenders committed to Turkish banks despite Istanbul re-run

    The political uncertainty triggered by the decision to re-run the municipal elections in Istanbul has not dented international lenders’ appetite for financing Turkey’s banks, market participants tell GlobalMarkets

    • 08 May 2019
  • Kazakhstan privatisation on track with KMG listing in 2020

    Emerging markets investors are looking ahead to a series of privatisations in Kazakhstan following the economic reforms unveiled by outgoing president Nursultan Nazarbayev that should be implemented by his successor

    • 08 May 2019
  • West lagging in race to finance Uzbek reforms

    As Uzbekistan takes its first steps towards opening up to international investors, Europe and US are trailing behind their Russian and Chinese counterparts.

    • 08 May 2019
  • Investors attracted by lure of Uzbek capital markets

    Four decades after declaring independence, a successful Eurobond issue and major reforms show Uzbekistan is finally growing up and engaging with the world on its own terms

    • 08 May 2019
  • The heart of the New Silk Road

    After decades of self-imposed isolation, Uzbekistan is embarking on a range of projects with the help of Chinese assistance — and finance — to slowly start to stitch a recently remote country back into the global economy

    • 08 May 2019
  • Uzbek banks open doors to foreign money

    After being off limits to foreign investors for many years, Uzbekistan has raced to catch up for lost time by seeking investments by European banks and international financial institutions

    • 08 May 2019
  • Uzbekistan is reforming and opening up to the world

    Since late 2016, Uzbekistan has embarked on large-scale institutional, economic and social reforms under President Mirziyoyev’s administration.

    • 08 May 2019

All International Bonds

Rank Lead Manager Amount $bn No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • Today
1 JPMorgan 90.95 318 9.08%
2 Citi 79.28 298 7.91%
3 BofA Securities 67.23 266 6.71%
4 Barclays 59.53 235 5.94%
5 Goldman Sachs 48.52 170 4.84%

Bookrunners of All Syndicated Loans EMEA

Rank Lead Manager Amount $bn No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • Today
1 JPMorgan 4.09 13 10.66%
2 BofA Securities 3.98 14 10.39%
3 Citi 3.21 13 8.39%
4 Commerzbank Group 2.27 8 5.92%
5 Deutsche Bank 2.16 16 5.64%

Bookrunners of all EMEA ECM Issuance

Rank Lead Manager Amount $bn No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • Today
1 Credit Suisse 2.84 5 13.11%
2 JPMorgan 1.90 14 8.76%
3 Barclays 1.75 12 8.06%
4 Morgan Stanley 1.69 11 7.78%
5 Citi 1.63 13 7.55%