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Agora prepares to go live after completing pilot trades

February 28, 2022

First end-to-end digital platform for syndicated bond market nears full production mode after successful pilot of benchmark transactions. 

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Cyprus on track for strong economic recovery

February 28, 2022

The country has recouped the lost growth from the peak of the pandemic and is set for a sustained period of growth.

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Citi plays leading role in Asian SPAC markets

February 25, 2022

As Asian SPAC markets develop a life of their own, Citi is in a prime position to continue supporting both the capital raising and de-SPAC stages. 

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UniCredit 'unlocks' upgraded ambitions and client capabilities

February 25, 2022

The bank has revamped its approach, to place client needs at the heart of how it does business says its head of client solutions.

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Cyprus’s banks keep calm and carry on

February 23, 2022

The country’s banking sector has shown strength and resilience by offloading problem assets during the pandemic and maintaining improved compliance and regulatory standards.

ESG issuance drops significantly at start of 2022

February 22, 2022

The global supply of socially responsible debt severely contracted at the start of the year. 

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Laos’s big debt raises concerns

February 16, 2022

Laos has overcome a number of issues to bring itself into the capital markets, but needs to be wary of taking on a bigger burden than it can handle.

A strong year for European equity issuance

February 15, 2022

Last year saw a significant increase in equity raising across Europe’s equity market in a bid to fuel the continent’s economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

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AutoStore boxes clever to achieve bumper Oslo IPO

February 14, 2022

The Norwegian robotics firm’s technology evolved from an internal solution into the country’s biggest listing in two decades.

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High-grade corporates 'riskiest asset class' in credit amid QE unwind

February 7, 2022

High-grade corporate borrowers are most at risk to the tightening of monetary policy, with an increase in supply but lower demand. Burhan Khadbai reports.

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