CNBC: Aug 14 - 2018
Paul Domjan, global head of research, analytics and data at Exotix, discusses the Turkish economy on CNBC’s Squawk Box.
Volt: Aug 14 - 2018
The company is working with Exotix Capital and other advisers to seek approval for and issue a prospectus to raise the development capital for the stage 1 development. Once funding is obtained, Volt will proceed with the front-end engineering and design for stage 1 and place orders for long lead time components.
New York Times: Aug 13 - 2018
“In the very short term, we are seeing what we would describe as ‘risk off’ toward emerging markets,” said Stuart Culverhouse, global head of macro and fixed income research at Exotix Capital, a research firm in London. But “Turkey is following a path many other emerging markets aren’t,” he added. “I don’t think it’s going to lead to a more systemic problem across emerging markets.”
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Bloomberg: Aug 14 - 2018
“So far, a currency crisis has not turned into a debt crisis,” Stuart Culverhouse and Hasnain Malik, analysts at Exotix Partners LLP, wrote in a report. The country’s low public debt, at 28 percent of gross domestic product, “might be some comfort, and the country has ammunition in the form of $98 billion in official reserves,” they wrote.
Global Finance: Aug 09 - 2018
With his new government comes a new congress replete with some controversial players - “What is going to be interesting is how much of an influence he is going to have with these people because obviously he has shown some moderation and has been very active in mending fences with his opponents and with his opponents and with the corporate world,” Rafael Elias at Exotix adds.
Swala Tanzania: Aug 03 - 2018
Swala Oil & Gas (Tanzania) plc announces that it has received approval from the Stock Exchange of Mauritius to list US$50 million of corporate bonds. Exotix Capital is Advisor to the company and Global Coordinator on the corporate bonds.
Reuters: Aug 03 - 2018
“The immediate priorities for Mnangagwa and his government will be to continue on the path of restoring the economy and boosting exports, helped by international engagement,” said Christopher Dielmann, economist at Exotix Capital.
Euromoney: Aug 01 - 2018
Exotix is billing itself as a full-service investment bank for emerging and frontier markets, complete with origination and advisory capabilities. It has also been on a big hiring drive. In the last 12 months, the firm has taken on new global heads of fixed income, equities, bond trading and research, as well as a clutch of new salespeople and analysts for its offices in London, New York, Lagos and Dubai.
ION News: Jul 31 - 2018
Grit Real estate income group announces that it is officially registered on the main market of the London Stock Exchange (LSE). Exotix is acting as joint UK placing agent.
CNBC Africa: Jul 31 - 2018
Zimbabwe faces huge economic challenges says Christopher Dielmann, Senior Economist at Exotix Capital. He joins CNBC Africa to speak on how Zimbabwe can turn around its economy after the first historic post Mugabe elections.
Mining Weekly: Jul 31 - 2018
A feasibility study into the Stage 1 Bunyu graphite project, in Tanzania, has delivered a pre-tax net present value of $18.6-million and an internal rate of return of 21%. The company is working with Exotix Capital seeking approval for, and to issue a prospectus to raise the development capital for, the Stage 1 development.
Global Capital: Jul 30 - 2018
Grit Real Estate Income Group, the pan-African real-estate company based in Mauritius, has raised $132m through the sale of 92.4m shares in a placing to investors, prior to listing in London on Tuesday. Exotix was among bookrunners on the transaction.
Reuters: Jul 30 - 2018
"Zimbabwe’s economy requires commercial bridge loans, donor support, relief on its huge dollar-denominated debt and, ultimately, an IMF program," analysts at Exotix said in a research note on Monday. "However, until this is achieved, the country’s development will be severely restricted."
Exotix: Jul 30 - 2018
Exotix Capital, in its capacity as Joint UK Placing Agent, is please to announce a successful raise for the London Stock Exchange listing of GRIT Real Estate Income Group. Commenting on the result of the fundraising, Bronwyn Corbett, CEO, said: "We are proud to be the first London listed pan-African real estate group."
Energy-Pedia News: Jul 30 - 2018
Swala Oil & Gas (Tanzania) has advised that its securities will be placed in Trading Halt at the request of the Company, pending the release of an announcement by the Company in relation to a third-party equity investment in the Company. Exotix Capital is advisor to the Company and Global Coordinator on the corporate bond.
Swala Tanzania: Jul 27 - 2018
Swala Oil & Gas (Tanzania) plc ("Swala" or "the Company") advises that its securities will be placed in Trading Halt at the request of the Company, pending the release of an announcement by the Company in relation to a third-party equity investment in the Company. Exotix Capital is advisor to the Company and Global Coordinator on the corporate bond
Bloomberg (Web): Jul 26 - 2018
The completion of the election clears the trail for the IMF negotiation, which is what, within the short-term, buyers care most about, mentioned Hasnain Malik, the Dubai-based head of fairness analysis at Exotix Capital. A PTI victory that comes very near an absolute majority is, at this stage, essentially the most optimistic final result for long-term buyers curious about seeing higher financial governance in Pakistan.
CNBC: Jul 25 - 2018
Hasnain Malik, global head of equity research and strategy at emerging markets investment bank Exotix Capital, noted that examples like Brazil, India and Kenya show that corruption doesn’t necessarily stand in the way of economic growth or investor returns.
Wall Street Journal: Jul 23 - 2018
Pakistan heads into a much-anticipated general election next week with its economy in turmoil. On Monday, on the heels of a one-percentage-point rise in interest rates, the country’s currency slumped by around 5% in what was interpreted as a de facto devaluation. Despite the devaluation, Pakistan’s currency remains overvalued by about 10%, according to an analysis by frontier-market-focused investment bank Exotix.
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