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  • Electrifying the generations

     

    Rural electrification is one of the biggest challenges facing African nations but Alexandre Allegue, Chairman and Co-Founder of Pawame thinks he has the solar solution

    Founded…

  • Virtual account management

     

    Amol Bahuguna, Head of Payments and Cash Management at Commercial Bank of Dubai says cash management products off a major opportunity to streamline accounts receivable and improve operational…

  • Mauritius: a tropical success

     

    Despite challenges, the Mauritian economic miracle continues to perform

    Mauritius has for the past 30 years fostered a reputation for stability and sound fiscal management. The…

  • GCC yet to adopt recovery and resolution regimes

     

    Mohamed Damak, Senior Director and Global Head of Islamic Finance, S&P Global Ratings analyses the need for the region’s regulators to implement these strategies 

    Banks…

  • Green Sukuk: driving issuance in the GCC

     

    Michael Wilkins, Head of Sustainable Finance at S&P Global Ratings, considers the opportunities for Green Islamic finance in the region for the year ahead

    The GCC faces…

  • Darkest before dawn?

     

    For many years, Iraqi citizens have felt that the only way is up—and analysts are finally starting to agree 

    Oil is both Iraq’s biggest strength and weakness.…

  • CEMAC zone progresses but fiscal challenges loom

     

    Jan Friederich, Head of Middle East and Africa Sovereigns, and Marina Stefani, Fitch Ratings writes for Banker Africa

    The Central African Economic and Monetary Community’s…

  • Uptick in M&As; continue into 2018

     

    Marco De Leo and Roberto Flammia, both local Partners at BonelliErede Dubai, provide a comprehensive projection of potential deal flows across the M&A, project finance and PPP in…

  • How Bahrain is driving Islamic fintech forward

     

    Islamic Business & Finance’s exclusive conversation with Khalid Saad, CEO, Bahrain Fintech Bay on developing Bahrain into the region’s…

  • Banking on the future?

     

    Imran Patel, Vice President at Verdant Capital, discusses the opportunities and challenges in the DRC one year on after his firm opened its representative office…

  • Bridging the horizon

     

    Banker Africa sat down with Charles Cartier, Chairman of the Economic Development Board (EDB) of Mauritius to discuss the inception of the EDB and the…

  • Djibouti port changes hands

     

    Following Government intervention Djibouti's crucial port on the Horn of Africa has transferred management, spurring US concerns

    In…

  • Emirati haute couture

     

    WEALTH Arabia talks to Dr Reem El Mutwalli about her new Sultani collection, a window into the high fashion of Emirati culture, from 1968 to the present.

  • IT team ‘in the dark’: the impact on banking

     

    Elie Dib, Regional Vice President, METNA at Riverbed, explains the long-term implications of a sluggish technology system on a bank’s day-to-day operations.

  • The real power of blockchain

     

    Sirish Kumar, CEO & Co-founder of Telr, asserts that blockchain technology is a driver of financial innovation.

    If…

  • Green developments in Islamic finance

     

    The global increase in environmental awareness has led to a marked rise in the appetite for green bonds and this an opportunity for green Sukuk issuances says…

  • Venture forth

     

    Eva Warigia, Executive Director, EAVCA speaks with Banker Africa about what 2018 holds for the venture capital…

  • Private equity—riding the wave

     

    In an exclusive interview with Banker Middle East, Campbell Steedman, Managing Partner and Chris Skipper, Partner, both at Winston & Strawn highlight…

  • Bonds and Sukuk: structuring fixed income instruments in the GCC

     

    The GCC bond and Sukuk market is generally sound, says Philipp Good, CEO and Head of Portfolio Management at Fisch Asset Management, speaking to Banker Middle…

  • Oman: new beginnings

     

    Banker Middle East considers how the world’s oldest independent Arab state must adapt to a new world.

    The…

  • Is the economic bubble in trouble?

     

    Steen Jakobsen, Chief Investment Officer, Saxo Bank has a candid conversation with WEALTH Arabia about how investors should be approaching their portfolio this quarter.…

  • Crashing into the future

     

    Jaco Gerrits, the CEO of South African-based start-up CrashDetech, spoke with Banker Africa about what the company is trying to achieve and what the…

  • Investing ethically across the globe

     

    Ayman Sejiny, CEO, Ibdar Bank, speaks to WEALTH Arabia about his organisation. 

    Tell me about…

  • Francophone Africa to the fore

     

    Dr Cheick Modibo Diarra, former Prime Minister of Mali, sat with Banker Africa to discuss the challenges facing francophone Africa and how to attract international…

  • Investing in the Gulf ’s banking evolution

     

    Mohamed Abdellatif, Senior Executive Officer, Head of Union Bancaire Privée (UBP) Middle East Ltd, speaks to WEALTH Arabia about its commitment to the…

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