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Reuters: Jan 12 - 2018

 

"Late and little" - Angola gets lukewarm response to FX changes 

“We would have expected a weaker exchange rate actually – maybe they are testing this and not doing it overnight, maybe they are doing it gradually, so I think we might see more to come,” said Stuart Culverhouse at Exotix. 

Mining Review Africa: Jan 10 - 2018

 

$4.7 million raised to progress graphite project 

“It is also worth noting the recent funding success of Tanzanian based Swala Oil & Gas, with Exotix Capital placing an initial tranche of US$25 million. This demonstrates Exotix’s strength in financing selected high quality natural resource projects in Tanzania." 

All Africa: Jan 10 - 2018

 

Tanzania: Australia Firm Raises U.S. $4.7m for Tanzania Graphite Project 

"Exotix brings to the table an extensive network of East African investors and a comprehensive strategy to access these local parties who have a strong appetite for large-scale resource projects such as Bunyu," commented Volt chairperson Asimwe Kabunga. 

Energy Business Review: Jan 03 - 2018

 

Swala to buy $130m worth stake in Pae Panafrican Energy 

The acquisition financing has been arranged by Exotix Capital, a London-based specialist frontier markets investment bank. Exotix has placed a gross US$25 million from US institutions under an early bird 144A USD bond offering, a first for a Tanzanian company. 

Bloomberg: Jan 02 - 2018

 

Politics to trump oil recovery in Mideast markets 

For investors seeking protection against a rise in oil prices and the dollar, Abu Dhabi’s assets offer the “the best defence,” said Hasnain Malik, the Dubai-based head of equities research at Exotix. 

Bloomberg: Dec 11 - 2017

 

Wary Saudis Need Better News on Economy to Snap Stock-Sale Habit 

Hasnain Malik, head of equity research at Exotix Capital in Dubai: Foreign institutions are a small factor, but this should change gradually as Saudi Arabia wins inclusion in emerging-market indexes. 

Yahoo: Dec 01 - 2017

 

Zimbabwe's new leader under fire over maiden cabinet pick 

"Those who naively thought that a revolution took place will be disappointed by the reassertion of power by the military deep state and the attempt to re-establish unity within ZANU-PF, without representation for the youth or opposition politicians," said Hasnain Malik at Exotix. 

Financial Times: Nov 07 - 2017

 

Venezuela’s debt struggle poses more questions for investors 

Stuart Culverhouse, chief economist at Exotix, thinks total public sector external debts range between $100bn and $150bn. 

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16 Jan 2018 Orca Exploration Group Orca Exploration Announces Closing of the First Tranche of the Swala Investment
15 Jan 2018 Independent Online View from The Top: Duncan Wales, chief executive of Exotix Capital
12 Jan 2018 Reuters "Late and little" - Angola gets lukewarm response to FX changes
12 Jan 2018 How We Made It In Africa Lessons from beer: Making consumer goods affordable in Africa
10 Jan 2018 Mining Review Africa $4.7 million raised to progress graphite project
10 Jan 2018 Evening Standard Business focus: The 'frontier markets' offering investors a world of opportunity
10 Jan 2018 All Africa Tanzania: Australia Firm Raises U.S. $4.7m for Tanzania Graphite Project
09 Jan 2018 Proactive Investors Australia ASX announcement: Exotix's strength in financing demonstrated by bond for Tanzania-based Swala, says Volt CEO
08 Jan 2018 Construction Kenya Exotix warns on Kenya cement stocks valuatons
05 Jan 2018 City AM Should traders feel cautious about the oil price in light of the political unrest in Iran?