View from EBRD

Date: 9-10 May

Location: Dead Sea, Jordan

The Banker’s ‘View From’ series brings you multimedia coverage and summarises the key themes from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Annual Meeting 2018.

Stefanie Linhardt, Europe editor at The Banker, will cover the event through a video interview series with key industry figures and policymakers.

   
   
View from EBRD 2018 videos
   

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Is Turkey's economy at risk of overheating?

April 3, 2018

Amid rumours that Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan may be bringing elections forward to mid-2018, observers fear a pumped-up ‘campaign economy’ will overheat. Tom Stevenson reports.

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Is the party over for Turkey's banks?

April 3, 2018

Turkey’s banks enjoyed a bumper year in 2017, but a combination of foreign currency debt, internal strife and strained relations with the US could spell the end for the good times. Tom Stevenson reports.

Why MENA makes sense for the EBRD

March 26, 2018

Where once post-Communist countries attracted the lion’s share of European Bank for Reconstruction and Development investment, destinations such as Turkey and Egypt now dominate, signalling a change of focus south and east of the Mediterranean. 

Will EU dispute derail Poland's economy?

April 3, 2018

Poland's political dispute with the European Commission could threaten the country's impressive economic growth of recent years, reports Stefanie Linhardt.

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Moldova’s banking sector edges towards stability

April 3, 2018

After a troubling period littered with fraud allegations and emergency measures, Moldova’s banks are seeing a slow return to growth and winning back popular trust. Kit Gillet reports.

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Poland’s banking sector heads for consolidation

April 3, 2018

Greater capital requirements and pressures on profits are likely to increase competition among Polish banks and encourage further consolidation. Stefanie Linhardt reports.

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For additional coverage, please visit our Central & Eastern Europe section.

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