Euromoney: Mar 19 - 2018
“I think Macri needs to stop the gradualism policy,” says Exotix’s Rafael Elias. “It got him through the mid-terms and he [still] has a very high popularity rating. But the country is spending more than it is making and the debt is growing exponentially.”
Twitter: Mar 15 - 2018
Watch discussions with Zimbabwe ministers, central bank officials & investors on our Twitter feed updated live throughout Exotix Capital's sponsored Zimdaba event.
Financial Times, Reuters, IFR: Mar 14 - 2018
Exotix Capital, the investment bank focused on developing markets, has hired Christina Villa as chief operating officer in the Americas, tasked with driving expansion in the region. Villa is the former COO of Bloomberg Tradebook and Trading Solutions and previously worked at Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan and Sberbank.
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This Day: Mar 21 - 2018
London-based Exotix Capital Limited stated this in a report as part of its feedback on Nigerian banks, after a recent meeting its staff had with operators in the sector.
Daily News Egypt: Mar 14 - 2018
Exotix’s wide footprint in emerging markets will allow Pharos to inform a wider client base about Egypt’s capital markets and economy, through the group’s research and sales within Pharos’ brokerage division.
Bloomberg: Mar 12 - 2018
Read the full report on Bloomberg from our co-hosted Bloomberg-Exotix-IIF Frontier Forum 2018 event, scouring GCC to SSA and beyond for risks and opportunities. “No doubt, there are material risks due to the split within the GCC and regional geopolitical dislocation,” Hasnain Malik at Exotix said at the event.
News of the South: Mar 10 - 2018
Exotix Capital CEO Duncan Wales said: “Exotix has a long history of market coverage in Southern Africa and, at this critical political and economic turning point for Zimbabwe, we’re delighted to facilitate interaction between the new administration and global investors through this landmark event.”
CNBC Africa: Mar 09 - 2018
The hype around the opportunities blockchain and cryptocurrencies present is a testament of how disruption in the current financial services system is inevitable. But what are the investment implications for frontier markets? Paul Domjan at Exotix discusses
Proactive Investors: Mar 06 - 2018
The company is currently in the process of undertaking a US$40 million Tanzanian Bond Issue. This is being done in partnership with developing markets investment bank Exotix Capital, a group that focuses on raising finance in the natural resources sector.
Business News: Feb 27 - 2018
Promising graphite developer Volt Resources and representatives from the company's bond issue adviser, Exotix Capital, hosted a group of potential bond investors at the site of its proposed Bunyu project in southern Tanzania with a view to funding the next stage of the project.
Global Finance: Feb 26 - 2018
Global Finance has named Exotix Capital as Best Investment Bank 2018 in Kenya and Iraq. Joseph D. Giarraputo, publisher and editorial director of Global Finance, said: “The investment banks that win our annual awards show exceptional depth of market understanding and service excellence.”
Corporate Digest: Feb 26 - 2018
The company is currently in the process of undertaking a $40 million Tanzanian Bond Issue. This is being done in partnership with developing markets investment bank Exotix Capital, a group that focuses on raising finance in the natural resources sector.
Proactive Investors Australia: Feb 26 - 2018
Andrew Moorfield, Exotix’s head of natural resources, said: “The Volt site tour confirmed that East African investor appetite for US dollar linked Tanzanian listed fixed income instruments is robust. The Volt growth story and management strength is reflected in solid investor feedback.”
Arab News: Feb 22 - 2018
Gulf banks could benefit from rising global interest rates, a Bloomberg conference in London heard. Hasnain Malik at Exotix Capital, speaking at a forum that was looking at opportunities and risks for investors in frontier markets in 2018, said: “From an investment perspective, the (political) risks are not new...and you could argue that equity and debt markets have already priced in these risks." Photo by Jason Alden, Bloomberg
New Telegraph: Feb 19 - 2018
Despite predicting a likely increase in inflation in the second half of the year due to what it describes as “election-related expenditure and fiscal slippage,” one of the leading firms in frontier and emerging markets, Exotix Capital, has said that it is expecting the Central Bank of Nigeria to reduce interest rates during that period
This Day: Feb 19 - 2018
Analysts at Exotix Capital have stated that the federal government’s new debt management strategy, which focuses on borrowing more foreign debts to refinance existing domestic loans will help reduce borrowing costs.
Bloomberg: Feb 16 - 2018
Exotix says an election win for Obrador could prompt a 15 percent selloff in the benchmark stock index and boost local bond yields by 4 percentage points. “I don’t think investors are prepared,” Rafael Elias, the head of Latin America credit research at Exotix, said in an interview.
BBC World Service: Feb 16 - 2018
The BBC World Service interviews Stuart Culverhouse at Exotix on his outlook for South Africa under new leadership.
BBC World Service: Feb 16 - 2018
BBC World Service interviews Stuart Culverhouse at Exotix on the importance of South Africa's new leadership and opportunity for the rest of the continent.
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