Exotix: Jun 15 - 2017
Exotix, the leading Frontier and Emerging Markets investment firm, announces the creation of a Research, Analytics & Data division to enhance the insights and services it provides to clients. The division is to be headed by Paul Domjan, founder of Country Insights, which was acquired by Roubini Global Economics. Domjan led the successful integration of the subscription business of Roubini Global Economics and 4Cast Ltd. to form 4CAST-RGE, where he was CEO from May 2016.
Oilnewskenya: Jun 05 - 2017
Swala Oil & Gas (Tanzania) PLC has announced that it has entered into a letter of intent via Exotix for the placement of junior secured 5-year corporate bonds, covering the first investment tranche of approximately US$130 million in debt financing to fund a material transaction. According to Swala Oil & Gas the transaction shall be partly funded through...
Exotix: Jun 02 - 2017
Exotix Capital is pleased to announce the appointment of Rahul Shah as Head of Equities Financials Research. In this role, Shah will help to further develop and enhance Exotix’s award-winning research across the frontier and emerging markets, working with the firm’s existing team of banks analysts.
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New York Times: Jun 15 - 2017
Exotix said it is "unbundling" its research and data services from the broking and investment banking divisions ahead of the upcoming regulatory overhaul of the securities trading industry.
Global Capital: Jun 15 - 2017
Frontier and emerging markets specialist firm Exotix has hired Paul Domjan from Roubini Global Economics to head its newly created research, analytics and data division (RAD).
The National: Jun 15 - 2017
"Dana Gas is effectively attempting to reduce its finance costs by issuing lower yielding sukuk with fresh stamps of Sharia approval," said Hasnain Malik, an analyst at Exotix Capital in Dubai.
Global Capital: Jun 15 - 2017
While Belarus has a relatively short history of capital markets access, they have proven their ability to repay investors, says Stuart Culverhouse at Exotix.
GulfBase: Jun 13 - 2017
"Gulf markets are probably more reactive, at this stage, to any sign of de-escalation, or otherwise, of regional geopolitics and any change in the outlook for oil price," said Hasnain Malik, the Dubai-based head of equity research at Exotix, an investment bank specialising in frontier markets.
CPI Financial: Jun 12 - 2017
Exotix, the leading Frontier and Emerging Markets investment firm, has announced the appointment of Sibtain Mustafa and Paul Stromsoe to its expanded South and South East Asia equities trading team.
CNBC Africa: Jun 09 - 2017
Olabisi Ayodeji, Equity Analyst at Exotix, discusses Nigeria outlook and the naira after stock market rally, on CNBC Africa.
Washington Post - Bloomberg: Jun 07 - 2017
“The question is what action is now required to convince an emboldened Saudi and Abu Dhabi to back down? This arguably needs to be answered before being seduced by the attractive valuation of Qatar equities” said Hasnain Malik, head of global equities research at Exotix.
Bloomberg: Jun 02 - 2017
Kenyan banks’ “golden period” may have ended with the rate-cap law and lenders should brace for a “structural decline in profitability,” Exotix said in a note on May 18. Banks’ net interest margins will “remain under pressure” until 2018 with the government unlikely to completely reverse the legislation, Exotix said.
New York Times: Jun 01 - 2017
Perhaps no country is as reliant on the kindness of risk-happy foreign bond investors as Venezuela. According to the research firm Exotix, Venezuela has a financing requirement of $17 billion in 2017, yet its central bank reserves are a paltry $10 billion
CNBC: May 15 - 2017
Questions for investors in host countries include whether new infrastructure is useful for the local economy, what the recurring costs are and whether it creates opportunities for local suppliers of materials, labour and finance, Exotix wrote in a note.
Financial Times: May 07 - 2017
Eisili Eigbe, head of Africa for Exotix, an investment company, said it was negative for investor sentiment to have a president who was out of action for such lengthy periods. He was sceptical of Mr Buhari’s assurances that economic policy would not be affected by his regular absences and returns.
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