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Emerging & Frontier Markets

Central/Eastern Europe: A New Golden Age?

<strong>Regional Report: Central & Eastern Europe</strong><br /> Despite a host of challenges, Europe’s formerly communist countries are poised for strong, steady growth.

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Turkey: Wary After Coup Trauma

<strong>Turkey</strong> | It’s way too early to determine the long-term cost to Turkish democracy and society of July’s failed coup, and it is equally tricky to assess its immediate impact on Turkish investment and business.


Brexit Rocks Europe: What Next?

British voters took a major leap into the unknown by voting to leave the European Union by the narrowest of margins. What does it mean for the economy of Britain, of Europe, of the world?


Erdogan’s Power Grab Roils Market

<strong>Turkey</strong><br /> Every emerging economy has a tipping point beyond which investor sentiment turns negative, despite fundamentals.<br />

Country Report

Balkan Nations Seek Their Moment In The Sun

Casting off a checkered past, the region’s diverse economies are resurgent, with a focus on investment and reforms—and sustaining their crucial small and midsize enterprises.

Country Report

Banking On The Future

During complex times for Turkey, banks, at least, can rest assured that their system is running smoothly, is well capitalized and well regulated.


Bulgaria And Romania Lead The Charge

Not long ago, Romania was synonymous with sluggish growth, underperformance and corruption. Analysts acknowledged its huge potential but said it wasn’t being realized.

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Celebrating 25 Years Of Investment

In April the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) commemorated a quarter-century of history, with president Suma Chakrabarti emphasizing how far the Bank had come since its first investment—to WBK Bank in Poland (now Bank Zachodni WBK).

Country Report

Turkey’s Contradictions

Strong growth and other upbeat data in 2015 bucked the West’s collective vision of a nation in crisis. But without structural reforms, the picture may darken.