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Russians move into Africa

May 7, 2007

In an oversaturated commodities market, Renaissance Capital is branching out into Africa. Ben Aris reports.

From minnow to big fish

May 7, 2007

Nicholas Nanopoulos, chief executive of Eurobank EFG, talks to Stephen Timewell about his bank’s strategy and expansion in ‘New Europe’.

A deeper dialogue and structural reforms

May 7, 2007

Portugal’s prime minister, José Sócrates, talks to Brian Caplen and Peter Wise about his priorities for the EU presidency and his determination to ‘build Portugal into a modern country’ fully equipped to compete in the global economy.

More than a little bullish about BA

May 7, 2007

BA chief Willie Walsh defends his staff and believes the airline’s investment plans will win over disgruntled customers. He talks to Karina Robinson.

Nick Teller

April 2, 2007

The CEO of Commerzbank’s corporates and markets division is meeting his brief to cut costs and risk but, he tells Geraldine Lambe, under his aegis there will also be selective growth.

Carl-Henric Svanberg

April 2, 2007

The CEO of Sweden’s telecommunications giant Ericsson, Carl-Henric Svanberg, talks to Stephen Timewell and Oscar Wendel about the prospects for mobile banking services.

Scything debt while the sun’s still shining

April 2, 2007

Joaquín Almunia, European commissioner for economic and monetary affairs, tells Karina Robinson why states must reduce their debt burdens while they can.

David Fass

March 5, 2007

Deutsche Bank’s head of global banking, EMEA, fills Geraldine Lambe in on the company’s numerous unsung successes: M&A, emerging markets and – surprisingly coming from an investment banker – cash management services during the execution of transactions.

Hishem Laroussi

March 5, 2007

The CIO and executive vice-president of newly formed Yapi Kredi tells Dan Barnes of the challenges involved in successfully merging the IT systems of two banks with divergent platforms and cultures.

CITI’S BIG SHAKE UP

March 5, 2007

Citigroup president and CEO Chuck Prince could enter the history books if he succeeds in the radical restructure he is planning for the world’s largest bank. Brian Caplen reports.

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