Capital Markets in Africa: Sep 25 - 2018
“We will have a dead fourth quarter in terms of credit expansion, and that is not a great sign for the economy,” said Faith Mwangi, an analyst in Nairobi at Exotix Partners LLP.
Euromoney: Sep 21 - 2018
With presidential elections and the threat to Nafta hanging over Mexico, international investors pared risk to the country and deal flow slowed. Finally, clarity is returning and the prospects for capital markets activity are looking better. But could Amlo's presidency change prospects?
Automobil News: Sep 01 - 2018
“The IMF’s latest settlement to change the phrases of its lending program to Argentina exhibits the IMF’s persevering with willingness to interact constructively with the nation. Furthermore, it exhibits a dedication to Macri’s financial agenda,” mentioned Gavin Serkin, managing editor of Exotix Capital.
News Trend Today: Aug 13 - 2018
Exotix Capital, a specialist emerging market investment bank, said in an email on Monday: "International investors would like to see the same actions taken in Argentina recently: much higher interest rates (e.g. a more than 10 percentage point hike), a commitment to address inflation and improve fiscal performance, and engagement with multilateral lenders such as the IMF".
Capital Markets in Africa: Aug 07 - 2018
“This in itself is a significant departure from the government’s position and may be enough for the government to reject it,” Stuart Culverhouse, head of fixed-income research at Exotix in London, said in a note. “Conversely, the government might argue that including the loans on the same terms might not be affordable.”
Sharenet: Jul 17 - 2018
Baden Hill, a trading name of Northland Capital Partners Ltd. and Exotix Capital are acting as joint UK placing agents. PSG Capital is acting as sponsor and placing agent in South Africa.
Investopedia: Jul 16 - 2018
The company said Joao Korngold would lead fixed income sales for Latin America while Natalia Ermolitskaya was appointed as director of Russia and CIS fixed income sales in London. The company also hired Hiral Desai as director of fixed income sales in Dubai and Afamefuna Umeh to head Sub-Saharan Africa fixed income sales, based in Lagos.
Bloomberg: Jun 19 - 2018
Hasnain Malik, global head of equity research at Exotix Capital: Over time, there is a possibility that, given a successful outcome, FTSE may also put Argentina on its watch list. “With the IMF bazooka de-risking the peso, it brings Argentina’s equities back in to play... for those prepared to take a multi-year view, corporate earnings should have much further to grow.”
Africa Global Funds: Oct 15 - 2018
Africa Global Funds awards Exotix Capital for their Brokerage Services in 2018.
Financial Times: Oct 12 - 2018
The central bank's efforts to weaken its overvalued currency through multiple devaluations over the past year (five and counting) as well as hiking interest rates have done little to bring down the country's financing needs. Exotix's Hasnain Malik now puts the figure the government will need to borrow over the next three years at $15bn.
New Zimbabwe: Oct 12 - 2018
“The spike in stocks is an inverse mirror of the local shortage of dollars,” Hasnain Malik, Dubai-based global head of equity research at Exotix Capital, said in a note to clients on Oct. 11.
Bloomberg: Oct 10 - 2018
Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East live from Dubai, connects Asian markets to the European opens. The show focuses on global macro issues with a Middle Eastern context. Exotix Capital's Hasnain Malik speaks.
Reuters: Oct 08 - 2018
Exotix Capital has teamed up with Saudi Arabia's NCB Capital to provide frontier and emerging markets research and local execution services. Exotix Capital, part-owned by NEX Group's founder Michael Spencer, said the partnership with NCB Capital is part of an expansion of the firm's global research and trading capabilities.
The Africa Report: Oct 02 - 2018
Rahul Shah, head of financial equity research at Exotix Capital, explains that the underlying idea behind the standard is to help improve credit risk management: “A number of banks may need to set aside substantially higher volumes of provisions [as a result of IFRS 9], but we have seen central banks elsewhere allow for a transition period to ease the financial burden and to prevent negative unintended consequences, such as a sharp reduction in lending appetite at the banks."
Euromoney: Oct 01 - 2018
"Given the enormous increase in reserves over the past 18 months, it is assumed that the swap lines are significantly smaller as a size of total reserves than they have been in the past," says Christopher Dielmann, senior economist at Exotix.
Bloomberg: Sep 25 - 2018
"We will have a dead fourth quarter in terms of credit expansion, and that is not a great sign for the economy,” said Faith Mwangi, an analyst in Nairobi at Exotix Partners LLP.
The National: Sep 24 - 2018
“Kuwait’s inclusion in mainstream EM indices like FTSE and, likely next year, MSCI, has been driving foreign inflows to the equity market since the autumn of 2017 and that process has several months left to run, which is positive for the market,” said Hasnain Malik, head of frontier markets strategy at Exotix.
Harare 24: Sep 23 - 2018
Zimbabwe's Head of State and Government made these remarks while responding to questions from the floor at the Zimbabwe Investors' Forum, organised by private equity firm, Exotix USA Inc in New York on Friday. The President was at the highly-subscribed Forum together with Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube and Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor Dr John Mangudya.
Euromoney: Sep 19 - 2018
"Rising interest rates will hit demand, while banks will likely be more cautious in who they lend to and how much they lend," says Tolu Alamutu, a financial institutions analyst at Exotix Capital.
Sep 12 - 2018
The way I describe Latin America is that there’s always something going wrong in one of the countries. I think that Colombia is one of the countries that is going to surprise the markets positively in terms of economic growth going forward. Investment is going to start flowing as investors see Colombia as a safe haven—along with Peru.
YouTube: Sep 11 - 2018
Exotix Capital Senior Economist Christopher Dielmann addresses the All Party Parliamentary Group on BRI & CPEC at its launch event in the House of Commons led by MP Faisal Rashid
Find All News: Sep 10 - 2018
Nirgunan Tiruchelvam will be appointed the Head of Consumer Sector Equity Research, based in Dubai. Based in London, Nicholas Taylor will be appointed Head of MENA & SSA Fixed Income Trading and Kiti Pantskhava will be appointed Senior Credit Analyst, CEEMEA.
Reuters: Sep 10 - 2018
LONDON, Sept 10 (IFR) - Exotix Capital has made three hires, appointing Nirgunan Tiruchelvam head of consumer sector equity research, Nicholas Taylor as head of MENA & SSA fixed income trading and Kiti Pantskhava as a senior credit analyst for CEEMEA. Tiruchelvam will be based in Dubai, with Taylor and Pantskhava in London.
Bloomberg: Sep 06 - 2018
Hasnain Malik, global head of equity research and strategy at Exotix Capital in Dubai, talks about Saudi Arabian stocks. He speaks with Manus Cranny on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East."
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