As regulators clamp down on securitised products, leveraged investors are racing to new markets. JP Morgan analysts say the crisis might be shifting leverage from structured products to emerging markets.
The Latin American region has suffered its fair share of financial difficulties - most of them self-inflicted - but a period of economic stability and rebuilding has left many LatAm countries well equipped to withstand the fallout from the recent subprime-related...
India's Reddy calls attention to risks in emerging markets
Knight outlines new risks in globalised economy
Deutsche Bank Securities has appointed Luciana Miranda as a managing director in the fixed-income prime brokerage group, within the bank's global markets division.
Borrowers from markets such as Russia, Hungary and Mexico have finally cottoned on to the benefits of issuing hybrid debt - and the trend is not just limited to financial institutions. Laurence Neville reports
The head of fixed income at Standard Asset Management in London, discusses the firm's activity in emerging markets
In this chapter of the Bank for International Settlements’ recent report on emerging markets, the BIS discusses the changing nature of risks facing banks.
BIS releases progress report on emerging economies
Asian local currency bond markets have tripled in size since 1997. Ramon Maronilla, product engineer at State Street Global Advisors in Hong Kong, outlines the steps being taken by Asian governments to promote further growth
With more Islamic institutions looking for ratings, the general manager of the financial institutions group at Moody's in Cyprus explains how the agency rates these names versus conventional credits