Thursday, Oct 29, 2020
International Finance

Tag : debt

Wealth Management

‘2017 will be a year of volatility, and that offer opportunities’

CAMRADATA Global Investment has collated the top 10 global investment trends with feedback from its asset management clients January 12, 2017: CAMRADATA, a leading provider of data and analysis for institutional investors, has collated the top 10 global investment trends for 2017 from a range of its asset management clients. Sean Thompson, Managing Director, CAMRADATA...
Fintech

Enforcing debt when trading with Eurozone customers

International Finance Desk
Implications of Brexit and the importance of a carefully designed risk management strategy Sophie Brackenbury September 19, 2016: Our commercial dispute resolution team was recently instructed to advise on the enforcement of a debt owed to a German business (our client) by a UK company, as part of our debt recovery service.  The outcome was...
Fintech

Corporate and municipal debt hold steady

Pre-trade municipal bond activity edges higher in June July 19, 2016: CUSIP Global Services (CGS) announced the release of its CUSIP Issuance Trends Report for June 2016.  The report, which tracks the issuance of new security identifiers as an early indicator of debt and capital markets activity, suggests a steady issuance of new corporate and...
Economy

Doubts on Greek deal remain

The government doesn’t share the ideological underpinnings of the requested austerity measures Peter Vanden Houte August 14, 2015: It seems as if a deal on a third bail-out package (€86 bn over the next three years) between the Greek government and representatives from the IMF, the European Commission, the ECB and the ESM has been...
Economy

Argentina sues and suspends Citibank

The reason is the bank’s exit from its bond custody business Kamilia Lahrichi April 14, 2015: The Argentine left-wing government is suing in local courts Citibank Argentina, the country’s 12th largest bank by deposits and a subsidiary of Citigroup, for exiting its bond custody business, Economy Minister Axel Kicillof said on April 8, 2015, in...
Business Leaders

‘The debt problem in China is not hype’

American economist James Rickards says collapse of the debt and property bubble there could well be the catalyst for a global economic crisis Suparna Goswami Bhattacharya November 7, 2014: James Rickards, American lawyer, economist, investment banker and author of books of like Currency Wars and Death of Money, is one of the speakers at the...