Monday 02, December 2013 by Matthew Amlôt

Moody’s: Arab Bank – Global Diversification Balances Political Instability in Several Core Markets

While Jordan’s Arab Bank faces geopolitical instability in core markets such as Egypt and Tunisia, raising risks for its loan book, investment portfolio, and profitability, these growing risks are balanced by robust operations in the Gulf States and lower-risk activities in Europe and the rest of the world.

Features & Analyses

Investments A new class for BRVM

The West African Economic and Monetary Union has just been bumped to Frontier Market status, joining just five other African markets… read more