EBRD says impact would be minimal, but experts warn other swaps users would be hit
Following a $3 billion investment agreement made for a copper-gold mine last year, and the recent tender for $10 billion of infrastructure investment, Mongolia seems to be the new land of opportunity, but there are risks. Alex Davis reports
The EBRD’s mission is to bring governance and funds to eastern Europe, and the way op risk figures in its strategy is different to any commercial bank. But it is no less challenging, say Mike Williams, the EBRD’s head of risk and compliance, and Julie...
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EBRD structures deal for Romania’s first lignite-fired power plant.
Russia was hit hard by the financial crisis, but market participants say there is plenty to be optimistic about in 2010. At a roundtable discussion hosted by Risk in December, industry experts discussed Russia’s economy, the development of market infrastructure...
The largest multilateral lenders in eastern Europe today pledged €24.5 billion over the next two years to support the region's banking sectors affected by "global financial retrenchment".
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has chosen Standard & Poor’s (S&P) portfolio risk tracker (PRT) tool for its treasury operations. The move represents a blow to rivals Moody’s KMV and RiskMetrics, whose product, CreditManager,...
Jean-Claude Trichet's trial is not an insurmountable obstacle to his accession to ECB presidency. But while the outcome is uncertain, French officials must come up with a back-up candidate, says Stephen Sandelius, Paris correspondent for Market News International.
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