The Petrobras share sale at the end of September set a world record, with $70 billion raised. Alex Davis examines how this is a good omen for risk appetite in deep-water drilling
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As issuance volumes increase, HSBC products offer access to Chinese and Brazilian equities.
Analysts fear that GDP growth leading to greater consumer demand in the emerging economies of Brazil, Russia, India and China will not necessarily feed through to developed nations.
The number of global mining and metals deals is expected to soar as part of a trend that signals strong growth in the global metals market, according to analysts
Latin American economic powerhouses Brazil and Mexico are introducing new solvency regulations in their fast-growing insurance markets. But while Mexico has gone straight for a Solvency II-type approach, Brazil is emphasising gradualism and will not make...
Russia will benefit more than its competitors from China's growing energy appetite, says private investment bank Troika Dialog
Brazil declines to take a Solvency II approach to insurance regulation choosing IAIS mode
Charles Achoa joins Royal Bank of Scotland after 13 years at Credit Suisse.
Technology can provide a competitive advantage in banking. How it is applied by Tier 1 and Tier 2 institutions, to the benefit for their risk management systems, is discussed.
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