Governor of the Bank of England lays out manifesto in keynote speech in New Delhi
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development is staging its annual meeting in Warsaw in a year that marks a number of important anniversaries for Poland, Eastern Europe and for the EBRD itself
Having avoided bail-outs and abanking sector collapse last year, Slovenia faces a new crisis — this time a political one following the resignation of prime minister Alenka Bratusek. The biggest impact could be on much-needed economic reform
The EBRD has hailed the decision by the Kazakh government to channel billions of dollars of state revenues through its offices as a ‘game changer’ in economic development
The EBRD will stay the course in Egypt, despite the severe political headwinds that have held back the bank’s investments, according to Hildegard Gacek, the managing director responsible for the southern and eastern Mediterranean region at the multilateral
With investor bases converging, the hunt for yield unabating and alternatives needed to bank debt, it is surely only a matter of time before the central and eastern European high yield bond market regains momentum after being bogged down by the crisis in Ukraine
The EBRD will take on Libya as a member this week but analysts are warning that the multilateral may be biting off more than it can chew
The banking sector is not really intermediating resources. There is no lending going on.
Debora Revoltella, head of the EIB’s economic department
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