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A glimmer of hope for Pakistan

A glimmer of hope for Pakistan's economy

October 1, 2014

Dogged by a history of political instability, Pakistan has struggled to secure trading partners or attract much in the way of foreign investment, at the expense of its economy. However, a new pro-business government and a revival in GDP growth suggest that the country's economic fortunes might finally be on the up.

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JP Morgan's express recipe for takeaway pizza

October 1, 2014

JP Morgan provided Chinese private equity fund Hony with advice on its first foray into the UK market and a financing package that did not rely on Chinese banks, to become preferred bidder for the Pizza Express restaurant chain.

RBS helps revive sterling bond market

RBS helps revive sterling bond market

September 1, 2014

The UK sterling market has enjoyed a stellar 2014, with RBS playing a leading role in the surge with a series of innovative issuances that have proven popular both within and outside of the UK.

Goldman opens access for Nigerian banks

Goldman opens access for Nigerian banks

August 1, 2014

Investors are willing to diversify into African corporate debt, despite emerging market volatility, as was proved by Goldman Sachs' $400m Tier 2 transaction for Access Bank.

Citi makes connections for Bangladesh corporate debut

July 1, 2014

Banglalink was able to issue Bangladesh's first ever international bond under the stewardship of Citi, thanks to its great growth potential and the backing of foreign ownership.

UniCredit partnership animates Italian stock exchange

UniCredit partnership animates Italian stock exchange

June 2, 2014

The first Italian initial public offering of 2014 cemented confidence in UniCredit's unusual partnership model with Kepler Cheuvreux in equity capital markets.

UBS makes it third time lucky for ISS

UBS makes it third time lucky for ISS

May 1, 2014

With renewed appetite for European IPOs, UBS's business service team has a busy pipeline of deals. It started the year well, with a mandate from ISS, which has a history of aborted sales, but which UBS secured a solid buyer base for.

BNP helps breathe life back into Turkey

BNP Paribas makes a bold response to Turkish volatility

April 1, 2014

When fears over a Chinese slowdown and the US interest rate cycle coupled with domestic political uncertainty to hit the Turkish lira, BNP Paribas proposed a long-term bond to re-establish the sovereign's credentials.

Deutsche gets to grips with softer sovereign markets

Deutsche gets to grips with softer sovereign markets

March 3, 2014

Tighter secondary market liquidity and more volatile interest rates make for a more challenging environment for the highest-rated issuers, but that has not stopped Deutsche Bank from leading two milestone deals already in 2014.

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Leveraged finance goes local for SG CIB in the Czech Republic

February 3, 2014

Société Générale CIB arranged a record large loan for PPF Group to buy out Telefonica's Czech subsidiary, and found plentiful liquidity in local currency.

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