• Kevin Gallagher: Emerging Markets and the Reregulation of Cross-Border Finance

    Since the revival of global capital markets in the 1960s, cross-border capital flows have increased by orders of magnitude, so much so that international asset positions now outstrip global economic output. Most cross-border capital flows occur among industrialized nations, but emerging markets are increasing participants in the globalization of capital flows. While it is widely recognized that investment is an important ingredient for economic growth, and that capital flows may under certain conditions be a valuable supplement to domestic savings for financing such investment, there is a growing concern that certain capital flows (such as short-term debt) can have destabilizing effects in developing countries. Boston University’s Associate Professor Kevin Gallagher (an Institute grantee...

    published: 14 Feb 2015
  • International Financial Issues in Emerging Markets

    In partnership with The Inter-American Development Bank - The goal of this executive training program is to help world practitioners design and implement macroeconomic and financial policies in a cohesive and comprehensive fashion based on state-of-the-art emerging market knowledge. This program is designed for the experienced global policymaker from emerging market governments as well as international financial institutions. It covers macro-financial analytical issues and provides quantitative tools such as growth vulnerability to external factors, international liquidity and vulnerability to financial crises, fiscal vulnerability to Sudden Stops and banking stress tests.

    published: 12 Jan 2016
  • Rdt 2 Africa & Emerging Markets: Financing Infrastructures for Long-term Growth - 2017

    Paris InfraWeek 2017 is a full week of events in Paris dedicated to the main challenges of financing infrastructures in the world. It is organized with the support of the French Ministry for the Economy and Finance and various French and international financial institutions and professional associations, Paris EUROPLACE, the professional body which supports the Francebased financial services industry.

    published: 10 Nov 2017
  • The Ten Most Important Emerging Markets: Investing, Mutual Funds, Economics, Finance (1997)

    An emerging market is a country that has some characteristics of a developed market but is not a developed market. This includes countries that may be developed markets in the future or were in the past. About the book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0465006868/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=0465006868&linkCode=as2&tag=tra0c7-20&linkId=3aeb858b4b74b3c75062d17330944741 It may be a nation with social or business activity in the process of rapid growth and industrialization. The economies of China (excluding Hong Kong and Macau, as both are developed) and India are considered to be the largest. According to The Economist, many people find the term outdated, but no new term has yet to gain much traction. Emerging market hedge fund capital reached a record new lev...

    published: 05 Jul 2014
  • Ch 8. Emerging markets – Infrastructure Finance

    Ch 8. Emerging markets – Infrastructure Finance

    published: 29 Jul 2013
  • Economic Growth, Financial Markets in Japan, and Emerging Markets - George Soros (2002)

    Japan's securities markets increased their volume of dealings rapidly during the late 1980s, led by Japan's rapidly expanding securities firms. There were three categories of securities companies in Japan, the first consisting of the "Big Four" securities houses (among the six largest such firms in the world): Nomura, Daiwa, Nikko, and Yamaichi. The Big Four played a key role in international financial transactions and were members of the New York Stock Exchange. Nomura was the world's largest single securities firm; its net capital, in excess of US$10 billion in 1986, exceeded that of Merrill Lynch, Salomon Brothers, and Shearson Lehman combined. In 1986, Nomura became the first Japanese member of the London Stock Exchange. Nomura and Daiwa were primary dealers in the United States Treasu...

    published: 12 Oct 2013
  • Morgan Stanley India Equity Strategy 2018

    India is likely to outperform emerging markets in 2018, that's what Morgan Stanley expects. BloombergQuint's Niraj Shah explains key highlights from the Morgan Stanley note.

    published: 29 Nov 2017
  • Debitum Network - Financial Solutions for Enterprises in Emerging Markets

    Debitum Network is leveraging the many advantages of blockchain to provide financial solutions investors and small to medium sized enterprises in emerging markets. Check it out here https://debitum.network/ Contact them https://t.me/joinchat/G6KFmURKsu0FIfJetJ3mOA **Please note this is a sponsored review Get a great range of the hottest coins on Binance! https://www.binance.com/register.html?ref=10192350 Secure your coins with a hardware wallet! Get the Ledger Nano S https://www.ledgerwallet.com/r/6877 Follow me on https://steemit.com/@larksongbird Follow me on https://twitter.com/TheCryptoLark Get 3% off on Genesis Mining - nBiS6j Mine Bitcoin on Hashflare https://hashflare.io/r/4B0EA9A Buy Cloudmining for Litecoin, Bcash, and Bitcoin https://pool.viabtc.com/?r=107641 Don...

    published: 28 Nov 2017
  • Sean Kidney - Green Bonds: Rethinking the Financing Solutions for Climate Change

    19 January 2016 - About the Speech: The green bond market is emerging rapidly as an instrument for investors to channel resources into environmentally friendly projects. According to Environmental Finance over $40 billion in green bonds were issued in 2015. In this address, Sean Kidney, who is at the forefront of this emerging market, considered the potential of green bond financing as a means to tackle the climate problem, renew aging infrastructure and create an economically viable future. He also discussed the outcome of COP 21 and how green bonds can help to realise the commitments made in Paris. Please note that this event will take place in the ISI Centre Office, DDDA Building, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1. Click here for directions This event is supported by the ISI Centre’s Sus...

    published: 03 Feb 2016
  • Cisco Capital Emerging Markets video

    This video highlights the vast opportunities for technology development in Emerging Markets. It illustrates how Cisco Capital is supporting Cisco to enable the transformation of Emerging markets into a technology advanced and highly developed environment. users Click here to learn more about the benefits of Cisco Capital financing http://www.ciscocapital.com

    published: 23 Mar 2012
  • Lessons from the Trenches: Investing in the "Missing Middle" in Emerging Markets

    Despite increased interest in the "missing middle," gaps still exist in the levels of financing available to early stage enterprises in emerging markets. Columbia Business School's Social Enterprise Program and Agora Partnerships co-hosted a panel discussion on ways this gap be filled to make sure businesses can access the capital they need to grow and the ways in which industry professionals can create a better pipeline of investible deals. Moderated by Joyce Chang, Managing Director and Head of Emerging Markets and Global Credit Research at JPMorgan, the panel featured experts in the field including Amie Patel, Investment Officer at Soros Economic Development Fund, Ben Powell '05 , Founder and CEO at Agora Partnerships & Recipient of the 2011 Social Enterprise Alumnus Innovator Award, Wi...

    published: 07 Jun 2012
  • EEDC DAY3: Financing Emerging Markets [In Arabic]

    http://richardattiasassociates.com http://www.egyptthefuture.com Egypt’s markets were among the world’s best performers last year. Several nascent markets like mortgage, insurance and micro-finance show great potential. What are the key touchstones for finance in an emerging market? What’s next in Egypt’s markets, and what changes are expected in the financial sector? - Sherif Samy, Executive Chairman, Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority, Egypt - Mohamed Omran, Chairman, The Egyptian Exchange and The Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges, Egypt - Tirad Al Sheikh Mahmoud, CEO, Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, United Arab Emirates - Shayne Nelson, Group CEO, Emirates NBD, United Arab Emirates - Alex Thursby, Group CEO, NBAD, United Arab Emirates Moderator: Michael Georgy, Bureau Chief...

    published: 21 Mar 2015
  • Scaling Solar: Making Solar Bankable in Emerging Markets

    Scaling Solar brings together a suite of World Bank Group services under a single engagement aimed at creating viable markets for solar power in each client country. The “one stop shop” program aims to make privately funded grid-connected solar projects operational within two years and at competitive tariffs. When implemented across multiple countries, the program will create a new regional market for solar investment. Jamie Fergusson, IFC Chief Investment Officer and Global Renewables Lead, spoke about this innovative program at the “Making Solar Bankable in Emerging Markets Conference” in Amsterdam in February 2016. Learn more at www.scalingsolar.org

    published: 27 Apr 2016
  • PPPs and the Project Finance Market

    This webinar will discuss the current state of project finance markets globally in the context of public-private partnership projects, specifically in Asia, Europe and Africa, focusing on market characteristics and project structure. It will also discuss whether governments can change market dynamics substantially through policy initiatives, including key reasons why project finance has not taken off to any significant extent in large PPP markets (for example in India) where there is still significant recourse to the corporate sponsor. In addition, it will briefly look at the potential presented by emerging PPP markets in Africa.

    published: 19 Feb 2016
  • EEDC DAY3: Financing Emerging Markets [In English]

    http://richardattiasassociates.com http://www.egyptthefuture.com Egypt’s markets were among the world’s best performers last year. Several nascent markets like mortgage, insurance and micro-finance show great potential. What are the key touchstones for finance in an emerging market? What’s next in Egypt’s markets, and what changes are expected in the financial sector? - Sherif Samy, Executive Chairman, Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority, Egypt - Mohamed Omran, Chairman, The Egyptian Exchange and The Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges, Egypt - Tirad Al Sheikh Mahmoud, CEO, Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, United Arab Emirates - Shayne Nelson, Group CEO, Emirates NBD, United Arab Emirates - Alex Thursby, Group CEO, NBAD, United Arab Emirates Moderator: Michael Georgy, Bureau Chief...

    published: 21 Mar 2015
  • The Ten Hot, New "Emerging" Countries - Bloomberg Business

    Bangladesh is one of the ten hot, new "emerging" Countries.

    published: 30 Jul 2015
  • Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets: Managing and Financing Growth Strategies

    WCED lecture by Emil Tedeschi, CEO, the Atlantic Group. Sponsored by WCED, International Policy Center, and Ross School of Business. October 13, 2011.

    published: 17 Jan 2012
  • How Nafta Change Can Hurt Mexico, Emerging Markets

    Oct.19 -- Juan Sartori, chairman and founder at Union Group, and Kathy Jones, chief fixed income strategist at Charles Schwab, talk about how Mexico can be negatively impacted by a loss of the Nafta agreement. They speak on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."

    published: 19 Oct 2017
  • Don't treat Turkey as any other emerging market - Zurich Turkey | World Finance

    This year is seeing emerging high-growth economies such as Turkey struggling with a number of issues: comparatively lower economic growth, high inflation, depreciating currencies, and uncertain geopolitics. But there are certain sectors bucking the trend. Zurich Turkey CEO Yılmaz Yıldız discusses how Turkey is outperforming other emerging market economies, the importance of achieving equality in the insurance sector, and how the company has bucked trends to maximise profits in non-life insurance. For a full transcript visit: http://www.worldfinance.com/videos/dont-treat-turkey-as-any-other-emerging-market-zurich-turkey For more World Finance videos go to http://www.worldfinance.com/videos/

    published: 06 May 2016
  • MCom in Development Finance

    The Master of Commerce in Development Finance is offered at the Graduate School of Business, University of Cape Town. The degree is designed to develop people and institutions that can help provide optimum financial outcomes that enhance the design and implementation of reforms and capacity-building programs adopted by development finance institutions, governments, the private sector, NGOs and the wider emerging markets. For more information see: http://www.gsb.uct.ac.za/s.asp?p=356 The Mcom Programme is hosted within the Development Finance Centre (DEFIC) The DEFIC is an intellectual hub, connecting academic and professional development finance activities with relevant partner universities, development institutions and professional members. The center aims to build a solid training ...

    published: 18 Nov 2016
  • Innovations In Emerging Markets Consumer Finance

    Nachiket Mor, chairman of CARE India and a board member of the IKP Centre for Technologies in Public Health, and Bindu Ananth, a trustee at IFMR and founder of the Centre for Micro Finance at IFMR, discuss the a radically innovative wealth management banking model to serve rural, low-income customers. Mor and Ananth spoke at Columbia Business School on November 13, 2012. Learn more at http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/socialenterprise/events#innov

    published: 18 Dec 2012
  • Market Outlook – US Equity Market and Emerging Markets - PhillipCapital Market Watch

    Market Outlook – US Equity Market and Emerging Markets

    published: 06 Sep 2016
  • Illinois International: Emerging Markets, Global Finance and the World Bank

    Abstract: World Bank Managing Director Sri Mulyani Indrawati joins Illinois International's Nicole Tami to discusses her career, global finance, and issues before the World Bank in early Spring 2012. Title: Illinois International: Emerging Markets, Global Finance and the World Bank Host: Nicole Tami, Associate Director for International Engagement, IECP Guest: Dr. Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Managing Director, World Bank Sponsor: International Programs and Studies, University of Illinois Co-sponsor: UI-7, the cable TV service of the University of Illinois Description: The World Bank Group consists of five international organizations that make leveraged loans to developing nations. Established in 1944, the World Bank is headquartered in Washington, D.C. and serves as source of financial and...

    published: 17 Oct 2013
  • DEG: Financing opportunities – shaping development

    DEG is a reliable partner for private companies investing in developing and emerging-market countries. For more than 50 years, we have been promoting sustainable development that creates jobs, better living conditions and new prospects. We are committed to the long-term success of our customers: Therefore we do not only provide long-term capital, but also individual advice and support. With a portfolio of around 8 billion euros in more than 80 countries, we are one of Europe’s largest development finance institutions for the private sector. More information: https://www.deginvest.de/International-financing/DEG/ https://twitter.com/deginvest_int

    published: 07 Nov 2016
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Kevin Gallagher: Emerging Markets and the Reregulation of Cross-Border Finance

Kevin Gallagher: Emerging Markets and the Reregulation of Cross-Border Finance

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Since the revival of global capital markets in the 1960s, cross-border capital flows have increased by orders of magnitude, so much so that international asset positions now outstrip global economic output. Most cross-border capital flows occur among industrialized nations, but emerging markets are increasing participants in the globalization of capital flows. While it is widely recognized that investment is an important ingredient for economic growth, and that capital flows may under certain conditions be a valuable supplement to domestic savings for financing such investment, there is a growing concern that certain capital flows (such as short-term debt) can have destabilizing effects in developing countries. Boston University’s Associate Professor Kevin Gallagher (an Institute grantee) discusses these issues in his new book, “Ruling Capital”. As Gallagher points out in the book and in the interview below, the 2008 global financial crisis has opened a new chapter in the debate over the proper policy responses to pro-cyclical capital flows. Until very recently certain strands of the economics profession as well as industrialized country national governments and international financial institutions have remained either hostile or silent to regulating capital movements. But there is no longer policy unanimity on this issue, which is in marked contrast to the period during the Asian Financial Crisis, where the so-called “Washington Consensus” dominated policy making in both the developed and developing world, and capital account liberalization remained paramount. Today, as Gallagher points out, a number of emerging economies, including Brazil, Taiwan, and South Korea, have been successfully experimenting with new capital account regulations (CARs) to manage volatile capital flows and managed to remain relatively unaffected by the turbulence brought about as the Fed began the process of unwinding its quantitative easing program. Even the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has come to partially recognize the appropriateness of capital account regulations and has gone so far as to recommend (and officially endorse) a set of guidelines regarding the appropriate use of CARs. Gallagher develops a theory of countervailing monetary power that shows how emerging markets can and should counter domestic and international opposition to the regulation of cross-border flows, even as he acknowledges powerful attacks from a multiplicity of interests, seeking to undermine those very regulations.
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International Financial Issues in Emerging Markets

International Financial Issues in Emerging Markets

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In partnership with The Inter-American Development Bank - The goal of this executive training program is to help world practitioners design and implement macroeconomic and financial policies in a cohesive and comprehensive fashion based on state-of-the-art emerging market knowledge. This program is designed for the experienced global policymaker from emerging market governments as well as international financial institutions. It covers macro-financial analytical issues and provides quantitative tools such as growth vulnerability to external factors, international liquidity and vulnerability to financial crises, fiscal vulnerability to Sudden Stops and banking stress tests.
https://wn.com/International_Financial_Issues_In_Emerging_Markets
Rdt 2 Africa & Emerging Markets: Financing Infrastructures for Long-term Growth - 2017

Rdt 2 Africa & Emerging Markets: Financing Infrastructures for Long-term Growth - 2017

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Paris InfraWeek 2017 is a full week of events in Paris dedicated to the main challenges of financing infrastructures in the world. It is organized with the support of the French Ministry for the Economy and Finance and various French and international financial institutions and professional associations, Paris EUROPLACE, the professional body which supports the Francebased financial services industry.
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The Ten Most Important Emerging Markets: Investing, Mutual Funds, Economics, Finance (1997)

The Ten Most Important Emerging Markets: Investing, Mutual Funds, Economics, Finance (1997)

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An emerging market is a country that has some characteristics of a developed market but is not a developed market. This includes countries that may be developed markets in the future or were in the past. About the book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0465006868/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=0465006868&linkCode=as2&tag=tra0c7-20&linkId=3aeb858b4b74b3c75062d17330944741 It may be a nation with social or business activity in the process of rapid growth and industrialization. The economies of China (excluding Hong Kong and Macau, as both are developed) and India are considered to be the largest. According to The Economist, many people find the term outdated, but no new term has yet to gain much traction. Emerging market hedge fund capital reached a record new level in the first quarter of 2011 of $121 billion. The eight largest emerging and developing economies by either nominal or inflation-adjusted GDP are the BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China), as well as MIKT (Mexico, Indonesia, South-Korea and Turkey). The ASEAN--China Free Trade Area, launched on January 1, 2010, is the largest regional emerging market in the world. Originally brought into fashion in the 1980s by then World Bank economist Antoine Van Agtmael,[6] the term is sometimes loosely used as a replacement for emerging economies, but really signifies a business phenomenon that is not fully described by or constrained to geography or economic strength; such countries are considered to be in a transitional phase between developing and developed status. Examples of emerging markets include Indonesia, Iran, some countries of Latin America, some countries in Southeast Asia, South Korea, most countries in Eastern Europe, Russia, some countries in the Middle East, and parts of Africa. Emphasizing the fluid nature of the category, political scientist Ian Bremmer defines an emerging market as "a country where politics matters at least as much as economics to the markets".[7] The research on emerging markets is diffused within management literature. While researchers including, George Haley, Vladimir Kvint, Hernando de Soto, Usha Haley, and several professors from Harvard Business School and Yale School of Management have described activity in countries such as India and China, how a market emerges is little understood. In 1999, Dr. Kvint published this definition: "Emerging market country is a society transitioning from a dictatorship to a free-market-oriented-economy, with increasing economic freedom, gradual integration with the Global Marketplace and with other members of the GEM (Global Emerging Market), an expanding middle class, improving standards of living, social stability and tolerance, as well as an increase in cooperation with multilateral institutions"[8] In 2008 Emerging Economy Report,[9] the Center for Knowledge Societies defines Emerging Economies as those "regions of the world that are experiencing rapid informationalization under conditions of limited or partial industrialization." It appears that emerging markets lie at the intersection of non-traditional user behavior, the rise of new user groups and community adoption of products and services, and innovations in product technologies and platforms. More critical scholars have also studied key emerging markets like Mexico and Turkey. Thomas Marois (2012, 2) argues that financial imperatives have become much more significant and has developed the idea of 'emerging finance capitalism' - an era wherein the collective interests of financial capital principally shape the logical options and choices of government and state elites over and above those of labor and popular classes.[10] Julien Vercueil[11] recently proposed an pragmatic definition of the "emerging economies", as distinguished from "emerging markets" coined by an approach heavily influenced by financial criteria. According to his definition, an emerging economy displays the following characteristics : 1. Intermediate income : its PPP per capita income is comprised between 10% and 75% of the average EU per capita income. 2. Catching-up growth : during at least the last decade, it has experienced a brisk economic growth that has narrowed the income gap with advanced economies. 3. Institutional transformations and economic opening : during the same period, it has undertaken profound institutional transformations which contributed to integrate it more deeply into the world economy. Hence, emerging economies appears to be a by-product of the current globalization. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emerging_markets
https://wn.com/The_Ten_Most_Important_Emerging_Markets_Investing,_Mutual_Funds,_Economics,_Finance_(1997)
Ch 8. Emerging markets – Infrastructure Finance

Ch 8. Emerging markets – Infrastructure Finance

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Ch 8. Emerging markets – Infrastructure Finance
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Economic Growth, Financial Markets in Japan, and Emerging Markets - George Soros (2002)

Economic Growth, Financial Markets in Japan, and Emerging Markets - George Soros (2002)

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Japan's securities markets increased their volume of dealings rapidly during the late 1980s, led by Japan's rapidly expanding securities firms. There were three categories of securities companies in Japan, the first consisting of the "Big Four" securities houses (among the six largest such firms in the world): Nomura, Daiwa, Nikko, and Yamaichi. The Big Four played a key role in international financial transactions and were members of the New York Stock Exchange. Nomura was the world's largest single securities firm; its net capital, in excess of US$10 billion in 1986, exceeded that of Merrill Lynch, Salomon Brothers, and Shearson Lehman combined. In 1986, Nomura became the first Japanese member of the London Stock Exchange. Nomura and Daiwa were primary dealers in the United States Treasury bond market. The second tier of securities firms contained ten medium-sized firms. The third tier consisted of all the smaller securities firms registered in Japan. Many of these smaller firms were affiliates of the Big Four, while some were affiliated with banks. In 1986 eighty-three of the smaller firms were members of the Tokyo Securities and Stock Exchange. Japan's securities firms derived most of their income from brokerage fees, equity and bond trading, underwriting, and dealing. Other services included the administration of trusts. In the late 1980s, a number of foreign securities firms, including Salomon Brothers and Merrill Lynch, became players in Japan's financial world. Japanese insurance companies became important leaders in international finance in the late 1980s. More than 90% of the population owned life insurance and the amount held per person was at least 50% greater than in the United States. Many Japanese used insurance companies as savings vehicles. Insurance companies' assets grew at a rate of more than 20% per year in the late 1980s, reaching nearly US$694 billion in 1988. The life insurance companies moved heavily into foreign investments as deregulation allowed them to do so and as their resources increased through the spread of fully funded pension funds. These assets permitted the companies to become major players in international money markets. Nippon Life Insurance Company, the world's largest insurance firm, was reportedly the biggest single holder of United States Treasury securities in 1989. The Tokyo Securities and Stock Exchange became the largest in the world in 1988, in terms of the combined market value of outstanding shares and capitalization, while the Osaka Stock Exchange ranked third after those of Tokyo and New York. Although there are eight stock exchanges in Japan, the Tokyo Securities and Stock Exchange represented 83% of the nation's total equity in 1988. Of the 1,848 publicly traded domestic companies in Japan at the end of 1986, about 80% were listed on the Tokyo Securities and Stock Exchange. Two developments in the late 1980s helped in the rapid expansion of the Tokyo Securities and Stock Exchange. The first was a change in the financing of company operations. Traditionally large firms obtained funding through bank loans rather than capital markets, but in the late 1980s they began to rely more on direct financing. The second development came in 1986 when the Tokyo exchange permitted non-Japanese brokerage firms to become members for the first time. By 1988 the exchange had sixteen foreign members. The Tokyo Securities and Stock Exchange had 124 member companies in 1990. In 1990, five types of securities were traded on the Tokyo exchange: stocks, bonds, investment trusts, rights, and warrants alone. Japan's stock market dealings exploded in the 1980s, with increased trading volume and rapidly rising stock prices. The trading recorded by the Nikkei 225 stock average, compiled by the Nihon Keizai Shimbun (Japan Economic Daily), grew from 6,850 in October 1982 to nearly 39,000 in early 1990. During one six-month period in 1986, total trade volume on the Tokyo exchange increased by 250% with wild swings in the Nikkei. After the plunge of the New York Stock Exchange in October 1987, the Tokyo average dropped by 15%, but there was a sharp recovery by early 1988. This was the height of the Japanese asset price bubble, which collapsed in the year 1990, and was followed by the lost decade. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_financial_system
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Morgan Stanley India Equity Strategy 2018

Morgan Stanley India Equity Strategy 2018

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India is likely to outperform emerging markets in 2018, that's what Morgan Stanley expects. BloombergQuint's Niraj Shah explains key highlights from the Morgan Stanley note.
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Debitum Network - Financial Solutions for Enterprises in Emerging Markets

Debitum Network - Financial Solutions for Enterprises in Emerging Markets

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Debitum Network is leveraging the many advantages of blockchain to provide financial solutions investors and small to medium sized enterprises in emerging markets. Check it out here https://debitum.network/ Contact them https://t.me/joinchat/G6KFmURKsu0FIfJetJ3mOA **Please note this is a sponsored review Get a great range of the hottest coins on Binance! https://www.binance.com/register.html?ref=10192350 Secure your coins with a hardware wallet! Get the Ledger Nano S https://www.ledgerwallet.com/r/6877 Follow me on https://steemit.com/@larksongbird Follow me on https://twitter.com/TheCryptoLark Get 3% off on Genesis Mining - nBiS6j Mine Bitcoin on Hashflare https://hashflare.io/r/4B0EA9A Buy Cloudmining for Litecoin, Bcash, and Bitcoin https://pool.viabtc.com/?r=107641 Donations are always appreciated BTC -- 1PDmGdhHrPnJSxoBDTSSVGrvpXvfWWFDz2 LTC -- LguhPERjTXenBqe5gjaKgJn9CHZmP4AJKw Dash -- XfKcrjBEYyWypNLgZzPtQvwfWWAG9MaZAr NEM -- NBRQ2T-I5IYFD-V7RGL4-R3LYIQ-BBO4Z6-ESFGC5-MCLD NAV - Nbouc8cE38LQTMcnAb7oa7J8rqjKrNcxcY PIVX - DGpxDCjbj6gPChcAi56qXM24qVrCWHpKu8 Ethereum -- 0x18BC5a79872115d9b774233A2011b10Ab302Ad24 ANY ERC-20 Tokens (I.E. PAY or OMG) 0x468cB54a3821d8b0129C42Ea6ADf12748d97fD98 Disclaimer: Everything expressed here is my opinion and not official investment advice - please do your own research before risking your own money! Thanks for watching! Please like, subscribe, and share if you found this useful! Questions or comments please e-mail thecryptolark@gmail.com
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Sean Kidney - Green Bonds: Rethinking the Financing Solutions for Climate Change

Sean Kidney - Green Bonds: Rethinking the Financing Solutions for Climate Change

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19 January 2016 - About the Speech: The green bond market is emerging rapidly as an instrument for investors to channel resources into environmentally friendly projects. According to Environmental Finance over $40 billion in green bonds were issued in 2015. In this address, Sean Kidney, who is at the forefront of this emerging market, considered the potential of green bond financing as a means to tackle the climate problem, renew aging infrastructure and create an economically viable future. He also discussed the outcome of COP 21 and how green bonds can help to realise the commitments made in Paris. Please note that this event will take place in the ISI Centre Office, DDDA Building, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1. Click here for directions This event is supported by the ISI Centre’s Sustainability Skillnet. Sustainability skillnet About the Speaker: Sean Kidney is the CEO of the Climate Bonds Initiative, an international NGO working to mobilise debt capital markets for climate solutions. In this role he has overseen projects including a green bond definitions and certification scheme with $34 trillion of assets represented on its Board; a Green Infrastructure Investment Coalition; and a collaboration with the Chinese central bank’s green finance task force on how to grow green bonds in China. Mr. Kidney holds an Irish passport and is also a Consultant on Green Bonds to the United Nations Secretary General.
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Cisco Capital Emerging Markets video

Cisco Capital Emerging Markets video

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This video highlights the vast opportunities for technology development in Emerging Markets. It illustrates how Cisco Capital is supporting Cisco to enable the transformation of Emerging markets into a technology advanced and highly developed environment. users Click here to learn more about the benefits of Cisco Capital financing http://www.ciscocapital.com
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Lessons from the Trenches: Investing in the "Missing Middle" in Emerging Markets

Lessons from the Trenches: Investing in the "Missing Middle" in Emerging Markets

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Despite increased interest in the "missing middle," gaps still exist in the levels of financing available to early stage enterprises in emerging markets. Columbia Business School's Social Enterprise Program and Agora Partnerships co-hosted a panel discussion on ways this gap be filled to make sure businesses can access the capital they need to grow and the ways in which industry professionals can create a better pipeline of investible deals. Moderated by Joyce Chang, Managing Director and Head of Emerging Markets and Global Credit Research at JPMorgan, the panel featured experts in the field including Amie Patel, Investment Officer at Soros Economic Development Fund, Ben Powell '05 , Founder and CEO at Agora Partnerships & Recipient of the 2011 Social Enterprise Alumnus Innovator Award, Will Haughey, Co-Founder of Tegu and Agora Entrepreneur and Gustavo Eiben, Head of North America Investor Relations, Aureos Capital.
https://wn.com/Lessons_From_The_Trenches_Investing_In_The_Missing_Middle_In_Emerging_Markets
EEDC DAY3: Financing Emerging Markets [In Arabic]

EEDC DAY3: Financing Emerging Markets [In Arabic]

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  • Updated: 21 Mar 2015
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http://richardattiasassociates.com http://www.egyptthefuture.com Egypt’s markets were among the world’s best performers last year. Several nascent markets like mortgage, insurance and micro-finance show great potential. What are the key touchstones for finance in an emerging market? What’s next in Egypt’s markets, and what changes are expected in the financial sector? - Sherif Samy, Executive Chairman, Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority, Egypt - Mohamed Omran, Chairman, The Egyptian Exchange and The Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges, Egypt - Tirad Al Sheikh Mahmoud, CEO, Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, United Arab Emirates - Shayne Nelson, Group CEO, Emirates NBD, United Arab Emirates - Alex Thursby, Group CEO, NBAD, United Arab Emirates Moderator: Michael Georgy, Bureau Chief, Egypt and Sudan, Thomson Reuters, Egypt
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Scaling Solar: Making Solar Bankable in Emerging Markets

Scaling Solar: Making Solar Bankable in Emerging Markets

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  • Updated: 27 Apr 2016
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Scaling Solar brings together a suite of World Bank Group services under a single engagement aimed at creating viable markets for solar power in each client country. The “one stop shop” program aims to make privately funded grid-connected solar projects operational within two years and at competitive tariffs. When implemented across multiple countries, the program will create a new regional market for solar investment. Jamie Fergusson, IFC Chief Investment Officer and Global Renewables Lead, spoke about this innovative program at the “Making Solar Bankable in Emerging Markets Conference” in Amsterdam in February 2016. Learn more at www.scalingsolar.org
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PPPs and the Project Finance Market

PPPs and the Project Finance Market

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  • Updated: 19 Feb 2016
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This webinar will discuss the current state of project finance markets globally in the context of public-private partnership projects, specifically in Asia, Europe and Africa, focusing on market characteristics and project structure. It will also discuss whether governments can change market dynamics substantially through policy initiatives, including key reasons why project finance has not taken off to any significant extent in large PPP markets (for example in India) where there is still significant recourse to the corporate sponsor. In addition, it will briefly look at the potential presented by emerging PPP markets in Africa.
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EEDC DAY3: Financing Emerging Markets [In English]

EEDC DAY3: Financing Emerging Markets [In English]

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  • Duration: 49:01
  • Updated: 21 Mar 2015
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http://richardattiasassociates.com http://www.egyptthefuture.com Egypt’s markets were among the world’s best performers last year. Several nascent markets like mortgage, insurance and micro-finance show great potential. What are the key touchstones for finance in an emerging market? What’s next in Egypt’s markets, and what changes are expected in the financial sector? - Sherif Samy, Executive Chairman, Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority, Egypt - Mohamed Omran, Chairman, The Egyptian Exchange and The Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges, Egypt - Tirad Al Sheikh Mahmoud, CEO, Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, United Arab Emirates - Shayne Nelson, Group CEO, Emirates NBD, United Arab Emirates - Alex Thursby, Group CEO, NBAD, United Arab Emirates Moderator: Michael Georgy, Bureau Chief, Egypt and Sudan, Thomson Reuters, Egypt
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The Ten Hot, New "Emerging" Countries -  Bloomberg Business

The Ten Hot, New "Emerging" Countries - Bloomberg Business

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  • Updated: 30 Jul 2015
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Bangladesh is one of the ten hot, new "emerging" Countries.
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Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets: Managing and Financing Growth Strategies

Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets: Managing and Financing Growth Strategies

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  • Duration: 47:33
  • Updated: 17 Jan 2012
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WCED lecture by Emil Tedeschi, CEO, the Atlantic Group. Sponsored by WCED, International Policy Center, and Ross School of Business. October 13, 2011.
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How Nafta Change Can Hurt Mexico, Emerging Markets

How Nafta Change Can Hurt Mexico, Emerging Markets

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  • Updated: 19 Oct 2017
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Oct.19 -- Juan Sartori, chairman and founder at Union Group, and Kathy Jones, chief fixed income strategist at Charles Schwab, talk about how Mexico can be negatively impacted by a loss of the Nafta agreement. They speak on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
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Don't treat Turkey as any other emerging market - Zurich Turkey | World Finance

Don't treat Turkey as any other emerging market - Zurich Turkey | World Finance

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  • Updated: 06 May 2016
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This year is seeing emerging high-growth economies such as Turkey struggling with a number of issues: comparatively lower economic growth, high inflation, depreciating currencies, and uncertain geopolitics. But there are certain sectors bucking the trend. Zurich Turkey CEO Yılmaz Yıldız discusses how Turkey is outperforming other emerging market economies, the importance of achieving equality in the insurance sector, and how the company has bucked trends to maximise profits in non-life insurance. For a full transcript visit: http://www.worldfinance.com/videos/dont-treat-turkey-as-any-other-emerging-market-zurich-turkey For more World Finance videos go to http://www.worldfinance.com/videos/
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MCom in Development Finance

MCom in Development Finance

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  • Updated: 18 Nov 2016
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The Master of Commerce in Development Finance is offered at the Graduate School of Business, University of Cape Town. The degree is designed to develop people and institutions that can help provide optimum financial outcomes that enhance the design and implementation of reforms and capacity-building programs adopted by development finance institutions, governments, the private sector, NGOs and the wider emerging markets. For more information see: http://www.gsb.uct.ac.za/s.asp?p=356 The Mcom Programme is hosted within the Development Finance Centre (DEFIC) The DEFIC is an intellectual hub, connecting academic and professional development finance activities with relevant partner universities, development institutions and professional members. The center aims to build a solid training and research platform to inspire and facilitate the growth of local and international development finance expertise and support the creation of innovative financial models for sustainable development solutions in Africa and other emerging markets. For more information see: http://www.gsb.uct.ac.za/s.asp?p=791
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Innovations In Emerging Markets Consumer Finance

Innovations In Emerging Markets Consumer Finance

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  • Updated: 18 Dec 2012
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Nachiket Mor, chairman of CARE India and a board member of the IKP Centre for Technologies in Public Health, and Bindu Ananth, a trustee at IFMR and founder of the Centre for Micro Finance at IFMR, discuss the a radically innovative wealth management banking model to serve rural, low-income customers. Mor and Ananth spoke at Columbia Business School on November 13, 2012. Learn more at http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/socialenterprise/events#innov
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Market Outlook – US Equity Market and Emerging Markets - PhillipCapital Market Watch

Market Outlook – US Equity Market and Emerging Markets - PhillipCapital Market Watch

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  • Updated: 06 Sep 2016
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Illinois International: Emerging Markets, Global Finance and the World Bank

Illinois International: Emerging Markets, Global Finance and the World Bank

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  • Updated: 17 Oct 2013
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Abstract: World Bank Managing Director Sri Mulyani Indrawati joins Illinois International's Nicole Tami to discusses her career, global finance, and issues before the World Bank in early Spring 2012. Title: Illinois International: Emerging Markets, Global Finance and the World Bank Host: Nicole Tami, Associate Director for International Engagement, IECP Guest: Dr. Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Managing Director, World Bank Sponsor: International Programs and Studies, University of Illinois Co-sponsor: UI-7, the cable TV service of the University of Illinois Description: The World Bank Group consists of five international organizations that make leveraged loans to developing nations. Established in 1944, the World Bank is headquartered in Washington, D.C. and serves as source of financial and technical assistance for the developing world. The World Bank's activities are focused on human development, agriculture and rural development, environmental protection, infrastructure , and governance. Sri Mulyani Indrawati, is Managing Director of the World Bank Group, and recipient of the 2011 Madhuri and Jagdish Sheth International Alumni Award for Exceptional Achievement. Dr. Indrawati earned her Masters and PhD in Economics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and has been working for the World Bank since June 2010. Sri Mulyani Indrawati discusses her career, global finance, and issues before the World Bank with moderator Nicole Tami on this episode of Illinois International.
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DEG: Financing opportunities – shaping development

DEG: Financing opportunities – shaping development

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  • Updated: 07 Nov 2016
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DEG is a reliable partner for private companies investing in developing and emerging-market countries. For more than 50 years, we have been promoting sustainable development that creates jobs, better living conditions and new prospects. We are committed to the long-term success of our customers: Therefore we do not only provide long-term capital, but also individual advice and support. With a portfolio of around 8 billion euros in more than 80 countries, we are one of Europe’s largest development finance institutions for the private sector. More information: https://www.deginvest.de/International-financing/DEG/ https://twitter.com/deginvest_int
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