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4 Traders: Jun 28 - 2017

 

Despite loan crisis, Etisalat’s resilience reassures lenders, prospective investors 

Exotix Capital, a leading frontier and emerging markets investment firm based in the United Kingdom, has said the impact of the medium-term seven-year facility secured by Etisalat Nigeria from the consortium of 13 banks is manageable. 

The Nation: Jun 27 - 2017

 

Banks battle for Etisalat’s soul 

A leading frontier and emerging markets investment firm based in the United Kingdom (UK), Exotix Capital, said the impact of the facility is manageable and not necessarily a death sentence on the telco. 

Institutional Investor: Jun 27 - 2017

 

Institutional Investor’s Emerging Markets Research Ranking 

Mifid II has been a focus of many firms over the past year, according to Deborah Rees, executive director at Exotix, which placed eighth in the countries & regions category. 

The Edge Markets: Jun 23 - 2017

 

Cover Story: Asian equities to flourish 

According to a May 15 report by UK-based specialist investment banking provider Exotix, the OBOR initiative will potentially create sustainable demand for Chinese goods, which could help underpin its economic growth and foreign exchange rate in the long term. 

Reuters: Jun 23 - 2017

 

Investors cheer Nigeria currency shift 

Since the window's launch, foreigners have swapped some $2.2 billion through it, according to the central bank although London-based Exotix Capital said many of the deals were likely small as some people test the new system. 

Bloomberg: Jun 21 - 2017

 

Nigeria Rolls Out $2 Billion Brazil-Like Social-Welfare Plan 

Buhari’s administration seems committed to make it a success, said Esili Eigbe, the head of Nigerian equities at Exotix Capital. “Other administrations tried to do this before, but not with the kind of determination of Buhari’s administration,” Eigbe said by phone. 

Global Financial Market Review: Jun 19 - 2017

 

Islamic finance risks raised by Dana Gas case 

Test case for broad Islamic finance—Exotix’s interest in this note is not Dana Gas specifically. Rather the firm pose the following questions… 

The Wall Street Journal: Jun 16 - 2017

 

The Wall Street Journal - Frontiers 

Belarus is planning a series of fixed-income investor meetings in the US and Europe. Aleksej Gren, an analyst at London-based brokerage Exotix notes that Belarus faces considerable economic challenges. 

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05 Jul 2017 Exotix "Thank You" to Exotix clients for helping to reduce burden of malaria
29 Jun 2017 Kenyan Wall Street Exotix Takes Silver for Frontier Markets Research in 2017 Institutional
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28 Jun 2017 4 Traders Despite loan crisis, Etisalat’s resilience reassures lenders, prospective investors
28 Jun 2017 Exotix Exotix Takes Silver for Frontier Markets Research in 2017 Institutional Investor Rankings
27 Jun 2017 The Nation Banks battle for Etisalat’s soul
27 Jun 2017 Institutional Investor Institutional Investor’s Emerging Markets Research Ranking
26 Jun 2017 Markets Media Trading Up
23 Jun 2017 The Edge Markets Cover Story: Asian equities to flourish
23 Jun 2017 Reuters Investors cheer Nigeria currency shift