The Indian Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s union budget announcement on July 5 raised minimum public shareholding in the listed companies to 35% from 25%.
The US asset manager Insight Investment walks away from its European CLO plan launched in 2018.
It was business as usual for the Swiss stock exchange, with trade volumes slightly increasing over the first few days of July. However, the market recorded a significant increase in the turnover in the first week of July, touching $3.16 bn at the close of 2 July, when compared to $26m at the close of the last week of June, according to Refinitiv data.
Fixed income specialists do not expect much change on the institution's accommodative policy.
Moody’s latest report on the rising significance of environment, social and governance (ESG) risks reveals that sustainable finance is shaping insurers’ behaviour globally.
A regular issuer in dollars, the kingdom wants to take advantage of low interest rates to get started on the European market.
Since its IPO in 2014, Euronext has increased its market capitalisation three fold, from €1.4 bn to €4.7 bn. The company’s revenues also doubled – from €458m to €724m.
Women-led start-ups struggle to attract funding and even if they do cross this initial barrier, they continue to battle the gender gap, with the funding amount being a third lesser than that channelled to start-ups with a male CEO, according to latest research by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Women CEOs share their first-hand experiences, outlining the challenges towards accessing seed funding, and lay out strategies to level the gender gap in the start-up scene.
Austria is taking advantage of ultra-low interest rates to reopen its 100-year issue with an additional €1.2bn tranche.