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  • With the current pandemic, what next for capital markets?

    With the current pandemic, what next for capital markets?

    With countries beginning to emerge from the shadow of the pandemic, Navita Yadav, Vistra’s Global Head of Capital Markets, assesses the pandemic’s impact and examines what might lie ahead from a capital market perspective.

  • Sustainability taxonomy at heart of EIB engagement

    Sustainability taxonomy at heart of EIB engagement

    When the European Parliament voted to approve the EU Taxonomy Regulation on June 18 — the final step in the Regulation’s legislative journey to providing the foundation for sustainable finance in Europe — more than just a glass was raised at the European Investment Bank. The issuer took the opportunity to issue a new Climate Awareness Bond (CAB) and announce the extension of CABs to two new project areas that substantially contribute to climate change mitigation.

  • Financing alternative asset classes – Q&A with Bedford Row CEO Scott Levy

    Fixed income specialist Bedford Row Capital has found an opening in the market, providing institutional quality service to clients to arrange capital markets financing for esoteric and niche assets. Bedford Row CEO Scott Levy spoke with GlobalCapital about opportunities in alternative asset classes, the Covid-era marketplace and the firm’s work in Islamic finance.

  • Vienna MTF: Taking complexity out of the listing process

    Founded in 1771 as a trading venue solely for bonds, bills of exchange and foreign currencies, Vienna Stock Exchange today is a modern market infrastructure provider for a variety of asset classes. As the spotlight gradually shifts to Vienna in different areas of debt capital markets, Matthias Szabo, Director Debt Listings, speaks to GlobalCapital about how Vienna Stock Exchange caters to the needs of a range of market participants, particularly in structured finance.

  • European CLO market adapts to the challenges of the COVID-19 era (executive summary)

    The period since March has been a turbulent time for financial markets, and the CLO sector in Europe dealt with a complex set of disruptions when the pandemic arrived this spring. From sudden and acute stress at the corporate level to an unprecedented shift in working conditions, CLO players in Europe experienced more uncertainty that hasn’t been seen since the last crisis. Yet, the market has adapted, and while the shape and size of deals may be different, CLOs in Europe are pushing ahead. BNY Mellon and GlobalCapital gathered a variety of market experts to discuss the present state and future prospects of the European CLO market.

  • Croatian National Bank Foreword

    Croatian National Bank Foreword

    Following a deep and protracted recession after the great financial crisis, the Croatian economy has markedly improved over the last couple of years against the background of EU accession. Exports grew strongly as the remaining barriers to trade were dismantled and boosted competitiveness, with strong increases both in exports of goods, as well as exports of services, on the back of steadily increasing numbers of foreign tourists and their rising consumption.

  • National Bank of Ukraine foreword

    National Bank of Ukraine foreword

    Ukraine entered the global economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic in a much better shape than during the crises of 2008 and 2014. The ‘Great Lockdown’ is the first crisis in the history of Ukraine in which we haven’t observed the bankruptcy of banks, a spike in inflation, a catastrophic decline in international reserves, or long lines near ATMs. All of this is the result of consistent economic policy during previous years.

  • Bank of Albania Foreword

    Bank of Albania Foreword

    We are living in deeply challenging times. The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has affected every facet of social and economic activity across the globe: it has caused a tragic loss of life, it has induced governments to undertake severe lockdown measures and it has severely disrupted the normal flow of people, goods and services.

  • National Bank of the Republic of North Macedonia

    National Bank of the Republic of North Macedonia

    The Covid-19 health crisis has emerged into a swift and globally synchronised economic crisis. Given the high openness of the Macedonian economy, it has suffered as well, both through the global lockdown and the domestic containment measures.

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