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The Euromoney emerging markets handbook

Corporate author: Euromoney Series: Euromoney handbooks Publisher: Euromoney, 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 144 p. : Graphs/Photos ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9781843745419Type of document: Book
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The Euromoney Emerging Markets Handbook 2008/09 Contents FOREWORD by Stijn Claeoens, Assistant Director, and M. Ayhan Kose, Economist Financial Studies Division, Research Department International Monetary Fund (IMF) Chapter 1 Securitisation in new markets by Moody's Structured Finance Group 01 Chapter 2 Derivative products in emerging markets by Deutsche Bank AG 07 Chapter 3 An overview of IPOs in Russia by Ernst and Young 17 Chapter 4 Special situations lending -- an antidote to the credit crunch blues? by White and Case LLP 25 Chapter 5 Emerging markets: weathering the global credit storm by TD Securities 29 Chapter 6 Emerging markets: balancing risk and reward by PrkewaterhouseCoopers LLP 33 Chapter 7 The development of deeper and more liquid local currency bond markets by The World Bank 37 43 Chapter 8 Emerging markets vs. frontier markets by Brown Brothers Harriman and Co. CEE and CIS Chapter 9 Private equity in CEE: opportunities in an 'emerged' market by Alpha Associates AC 49 55 59 Chapter 10 Optional disputes, dauses for Russian deals - spoilt for choice? by White and Case LIP Chapter 11 Banking sectors in the CIS: confronting global headwinds by European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) SOUTH EAST EUROPE Chapter 12 SEE and Egypt: differing degrees of exposure to the, unfolding economic turmoil by Piraeus Bank Group 63 73 77 Chapter 13 Financial assistance rules in Turkey: the future by Derman, Düren,Akol Avukatlik Bürosu Chapter 14 Maintaining the growth: Turkish banking sector funding strategies for 2008 by Garanti Bank MIDDLE EAST, AFRICA and ASIA Chapter 15 Renaissance of Islamic finance: into the mainstream by FWU Group 83 89 Chapter 16 Islamic finance: focus ongrowth and technology by Path Solutions Chapter 17 Corporate currency risk management in South Africa understanding rand volatility by Rand Merchant Bank, division of FirstRand Bulk limited 93 107 Chapter 18 Making a mark on Metro Manila's landscape by Megaworld Corporation CARICOM REGION Chapter 19 Caribbean capital markets: the way forward by RBTT Merchant Bank Limited 111 Chapter 20 Financial law considerations in the Caribbean emerging markets by Lex Caribbean 117 121 Chapter 21 Positive change to Bermuda's financial regulations by KPMG in Bermuda LATIN AMERICA Chapter 22 A highly attractive destination for foreign investors by Banamex 127 141 Chapter 23 A market of immense potential: Mexico's risk management landscape by Shirebrook Commodities

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