Independent Online: Jan 15 - 2018
The world’s biggest banks are retreating from the developing world even though the frontier non-BRIC countries in Africa and Asia are among the fastest growing. So there’s a huge gap in finance – and information.
Evening Standard: Jan 10 - 2018
Underdeveloped countries are among the most ardent adopters of new tech, says Exotix head of research Paul Domjan. They may not be writing the code or designing the chips that carry it but they’re fast to reap the benefits it can mean to their businesses.
Proactive Investors Australia: Jan 09 - 2018
“It is also worth noting the recent funding success of Tanzanian based Swala Oil & Gas PLC, with Exotix Capital placing an initial tranche of US$25 million. This demonstrates Exotix’s strength in financing selected high quality natural resource projects in Tanzania.”
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How We Made It In Africa: Jan 12 - 2018
The following is an excerpt from an Exotix Capital report, titled Affordability in Africa.
Construction Kenya: Jan 08 - 2018
Kenyan cement stocks have remained strong despite a tough operating environment. But according to a new report by UK-based investment bank Exotix, it might be time to exit the sector before a looming downturn hits.
City AM: Jan 05 - 2018
No says Paul Domjan, head of research, analytics and data at Exotix Capital. The oil price could go either way this year, but Iran will not be what drags it.
Channels TV: Jan 03 - 2018
First major energy deal between a Tanzanian-listed company and a foreign company in the oil & gas sector, Exotix's Andrew Moorfield tells Channels TV.
The Citizen: Jan 02 - 2018
The acquisition financing has been arranged by Exotix, which has placed a gross US$25 million from US institutions under an early bird 144A USD bond offering, a first for a Tanzanian company. Tanzanian, East African and international investors will be accessed in January.
Reuters: Jan 02 - 2018
Funding for the deal was arranged by Exotix Capital, a London-based specialist frontier markets investment bank.
The Wall Street Journal: Dec 23 - 2017
Investors in frontier markets are seeing a gradual reduction in structural risks, according to Hasnain Malik, head of equity research at frontier- and emerging-markets investment bank, Exotix Capital.
Barron's: Dec 21 - 2017
Emerging-markets focused Exotix Capital sees stronger political institutions and more orthodox economic policies across frontier and smaller emerging nations, setting up their markets for gains.
Evening Standard: Dec 18 - 2017
"It’s great that we have a real social purpose; to be a conduit that gets the funds flowing to bring the energy, investment and infrastructure that these fast-growing economies need. That’s truly sustainable development."
Proactive Investors Australia: Dec 14 - 2017
Trevor Matthews, chief executive, said: “We are buoyed by the level of support received from the Exotix bond roadshow. The appetite for investing in local resource projects in this market is evident."
Sunday Guardian: Dec 10 - 2017
The EU was essentially designed as a Christian club, which is why Turkey, a NATO member and Europe’s sixth largest economy, has been denied membership for long, writes Duncan Wales, CEO of Exotix.
Euromoney: Dec 07 - 2017
Exotix wins best team and analysts among international brokerages for automobiles & components (19.81% of total votes), energy (16.47%) and banks (10.42%) in Asiamoney Brokers Poll 2017: Pakistan
CNBC: Dec 04 - 2017
Venezuela is a “dark spot” in Latin America, Duncan Wales, CEO of Exotix Capital, said.
Exotix: Dec 01 - 2017
Exotix Capital will donate more than $76,000 to children’s charities following the company’s 19th annual Charity Day held at its head office in London and regional offices in New York, Dubai, Lagos and Nairobi.
Africa Global Funds: Nov 30 - 2017
Best Research & Data Provider for Capital Markets is Exotix Capital, the world’s leading frontier markets focused investment bank, headquartered in London.
Reuters: Nov 29 - 2017
The emerging markets-focused investment bank named Bansi Jashapara as its new head of EMEA sales for research, analytics and data. Exotix also appointed Tracy Kivunyu to the role of senior equity research analyst for telecoms across frontier markets in Kenya.
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