EMEA Finance: Sep 14 - 2017
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Global Capital: Sep 06 - 2017
Emerging markets investment bank and research company, Exotix, announced three hires on Tuesday. The firm said it added new analysts covering Nigerian financials, south Asian financials, and Vietnamese financials.
City AM: Sep 05 - 2017
It would be naive to say that the UK’s banks are in perfect shape, or have unassailable advantages over their international competition, but their challenges are not primarily connected to Brexit.
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Kenyan Wall Street: Sep 07 - 2017
The credibility of the IEBC may have been damaged so much that the loser of the rerun will lodge another judicial appeal, further prolonging stasis in policy-making.
Funds Global ASIA: Sep 05 - 2017
Emerging markets specialist Exotix Partners has hired equity researchers from Pakistan, Vietnam and Nigeria.
What Investment: Sep 05 - 2017
Exotix Capital, a specialist Frontier and Emerging Markets investment bank, has increased investment potential in the region – firstly with the launch of its Exotix Research Portal in June, followed by the announcement of three new hires.
The Economist: Sep 01 - 2017
The economy is likely to suffer, says Faith Mwangi of Exotix, an investment firm. In the run-up to the vote, firms held off on investing, adopting a “wait and see kind of approach”, says Ms Mwangi. That will continue for at least two more months.
The Egmont Trust: Aug 29 - 2017
With £10,000 from Exotix Charity Day, Meninos de Moçambique has been implementing a project to provide shelter, nutrition and medical support to 315 children living on the streets of Maputo, exceeding initial target of 275 children.
Africa Global Funds: Aug 22 - 2017
Exotix Capital, a frontier and emerging markets specialist investment bank, has appointed the first of three new analysts to grow business in Kenya.
African Finance & Tech: Aug 22 - 2017
Exotix Capital, the leading Frontier and Emerging Markets specialist investment bank, announced that it has appointed the first of three new analysts to grow business in Kenya.
Washington Post - Bloomberg: Aug 22 - 2017
Investors “are spooked by ongoing the political noise while emerging market funds didn’t take any keen interest in Pakistan’s story after the MSCI upgrade,” said Sibtain Mustafa at Exotix in Dubai. “It’s not a doomsday scenario yet and personally I see reversals.”
CNBC: Aug 20 - 2017
Ultimately, "investors wish to see a strategy put in place to develop sustainable, job creating, manufacturing exports," Hasnain Malik, global head of equities research at Exotix Capital said in an interview.
New Zealand Herald: Aug 16 - 2017
It may sound like the unthinkable but the US could actually gain from allowing North Korea to do the one thing they've warned they'll do. A new report by UK investment bank Exotix Capital reveals this option could give the US a major advantage.
Daily Express: Aug 15 - 2017
The situation is now as serious as it has ever been, investors Exotix said in a report detailing the market implications of the crisis.
City AM: Aug 15 - 2017
"Today’s statement from North Korea, coming after a more conciliatory tone from the US administration yesterday, may help to de-escalate the threat of conflict and reassure investors after a nervous few days," said Stuart Culverhouse at Exotix Capital.
Channels Television: Aug 14 - 2017
Examining Kenya's economy amid hotly contested election, Exotix Capital's Global Head of Macro & Fixed Income Research, Stuart Culverhouse, on Channels TV in Lagos
Global Capital: Aug 14 - 2017
Faith Waitherero Mwangi joins the specialist emerging and frontier markets investment bank from Genghis Capital.
Reuters: Aug 11 - 2017
The securities had been regularly traded since around 2000, according to Stuart Culverhouse, head of research at Exotix Capital. Exotix, a specialist in emerging and frontier debt, has not seen the loans trade in the past three to four years, Culverhouse said.
New York Times: Aug 10 - 2017
“There has been a wall of money supporting markets so far,” said Stuart Culverhouse, a market strategist at Exotix Capital in London. “But this time we are not just talking about a macro surprise — we are talking about full-on military action.”
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