Thursday 12, January 2012 by Mike Gallagher

Nearly all global CDS prices widen during November

CMA releases sovereign debt credit risk report Q4 2011. Greece remained the most risky sovereign credit, a position it held throughout 2011. Following political turmoil that Egypt has been experiencing in recent months, the country entered the ‘Top 10 Most Risky Sovereign Credit’ table in eighth position, as the spreads widened from 457bp to 621bp

Features & Analyses

Investment Banking Growth amidst uncertainty

Banker Middle East sat down with Ahmed Saud Ghouth, Chief Executive Officer of Alkhabeer Capital, to talk about the firm’s seven… read more