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Still, the BRICshave a long way to go. Corruption, doubledealings,and other conflicts of interest areregular business practices for far too manycompanies. Although investing in BRICnations can be wildly profitable, you mustfamiliarize yourself with the realities oftheir corporate governance to avoid catastrophe. With Investing in BRIC Countries, youare equipped with the best available toolfor detecting the signs of poor governance.
Withcase studies illustrating the effectiveness ofcorporate governance scrutiny, Investingin BRIC Countries examines the economicstructure and governance status of eachBRIC nation-and then explains how to: Detect the malevolent influences of apowerful minority of shareholdersProtect yourself from misleading or falseaudits and risk assessmentsRecognize regulatory weaknesses withregards to shareholder rightsDistinguish effective boards of directorsfrom weak or corrupt ones As the financial crises in Mexico, Russia,and Asia during the s prove, corporategovernance is the pivot on which anemerging market's success or failure hinges.
Before entering one or more BRIC markets,perform the due diligence they require. Investing in BRIC Countries is the besttool available for mitigating your exposureto risky deals and other problems that canarise when dealing with international companies. Unlock It Dan Lok. Add to basket. The Barefoot Investor Scott Pape.
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ECR: Which way next for Brazil? In an interview with Euromoney before the move, a CBR official discusses the opportunities and challenges in the regime shift. Brazilian real troubles far from over October The decline of the Brazilian real to a nine-year low this week seemed to mark a nadir for a currency buffeted by economic and political concerns. Analysts say, though, that things could get worse before they get better. This year is no exception. Brazil faces tough future, say economists October Vital reforms unlikely; next president will inherit inflation headache.
But with Russia sliding towards recession, liquidity is vanishing. Russia: Banks will shrug off sanctions October Sector profitability holding up; central bank adds dollars to liquidity provision. A number of the clouds handing over the region might turn out, on closer inspection, to have a silver lining. Now, he is battling vested interests to arouse a sleepy financial system for over one billion people. China trade finance: What lies beneath October The surge in China-related trade financing might not be as encouraging as the pure numbers indicate.
South Korea battling for RMB spoils October Backed by its robust trading relationship with China, the east Asian nation is the latest fledgling offshore renminbi hub. But Marina Silva will not be able to deliver everything that business, or the country, needs.
A jolt, not a tweak, to the financial system is desperately needed. India: Waiting game continues for foreign investment banks September Even in a bullish scenario where a Rajan-Modi dream team unleashes reforms — from PSL to the bond market — in an economic super-cycle that sees public lenders recapitalized, foreign investment banks could still be chasing rainbows in India. It is an over-banked market, with dozens of fee-hungry institutions jockeying for business. Unchain Indian finance September India needs a litany of reforms to unshackle its stalled capitalist project. Brics bank: requiem for a dream September Incensed by their failure to reform, Brics policymakers have established a flawed rival to the World Bank and IMF.
Rhetoric aside, the west dismisses emerging-market dissent over the broken financial architecture at its peril. The economy is under pressure and the country could yet suffer stagflation. Furthermore, an unpredictable presidential race leaves markets in limbo. However, bankers are confident their well-educated client base will not over-react, and instead maintain their long-term strategies.
Brazilian public banks: Short-term gain, long-term pain? Weakening credit quality and capital ratios are worrying analysts. However, given the power of the bank to engage with private-sector financial institutions either through granting debt lines that are passed through the private banks, or from holding equity stakes in companies that the banks see as clients or potential clients , these criticisms are made off-the-record.
Brazil: Private banks predict end to short-term, tax-free investing September Asset allocation hangs on election result; closing the instrument is good news for private banks. Markets pine for Brazil election game-changer September The Brazilian real has been rising in recent weeks on hopes opposition candidate Marina Silva will beat president Dilma Rousseff in a run-off election in October.
Sanctions propel Russia towards Asia September Sanctions overs the conflict in Ukraine have closed off western capital markets to some Russian companies, giving Asia an opportunity to take a greater role. But an easy ride in the east is not guaranteed. The economic ties between the UAE and India have gone from strength to strength in recent years and are set to deepen further.
The UAE not only offers India the promise of investment in its creaking infrastructure, but a compelling investment environment for Indian companies and a staging post for expansion. Hong Kong is a different proposition with experts choosing to ignore its political problems. China banking: Cinda — on the ball or to the wall?
It has transformed its business model from an NPL warehouse to what some call a giant shadow bank. With more AMCs in the pipeline, analysts are beginning to question if China understands the risks it is piling up. Real estate survey Asia — China takes back seat in Asian real estate September The weakness of the Chinese market has prompted the Asian real estate industry to look elsewhere for returns in Brazil: Local bonds rally on suppressed FX volatility August High relative rates draw investors; elections weigh on rally.
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Brazil: Caixa makes a hybrid first August Deal sells at par; incentive to call after five years. Out of Africa? Or just back to being The Russia House? Rollercoaster rouble freaks analysts July The Russian rouble is facing strong headwinds as the political fall-out over the fatal MH17 plane crash and fresh economic sanctions bite, with analysts predicting a tough year ahead for the Bric currency.
China: CIC censured for mismanagement July Authorities more strident on standards; wealth fund criticized for lack of due diligence. Energy prices offer investment plays in Brazil June Short-term gains for some energy firms and industrials; longer-term energy strategy review needed. Brazil's banks face new portability rules June Will make loan transfers less attractive for banks; technology a main driver of competition. Brazil: Rousseff's water torture June A lack of rain to fill the dams that power Brazil is becoming a potential crisis.
But as experts call for action to protect dwindling reservoirs the government refuses to act, and running the hydrology risk is becoming increasingly dangerous for it. China helps bridge Russia's investment gap June Joint investment fund undertakes new deals; Kazakhstan's nationalized bank sell-offs set to go.
Ukraine FM slams 'not effective' western sanctions June The Washington-led sanctions on Russia, as well as officials and associates in the Putin circle, are toothless, Oleksandr Shlapak, Ukraine's post-revolution finance minister, tells Euromoney. Is Asia Russia's saviour? June Hopes that Russian issuers can fund all their needs in Asia's markets are likely to be misplaced. But it will become a more important market for them, sanctions or not. Is India bouncing back? June The world's biggest democracy saw its risk score improve in the lead up to the elections, which might be the start of an upward trend.
India's investment bankers: A la Modi June A new government could herald a more lucrative time for investment bankers in India. Russian infrastructure investment under pressure May Fallout from the Ukraine crisis has not yet hurt the country's planned infrastructure development programme. But sanctions or not, Russia will be hard pushed to meet its long-term target in the domestic finance market alone.
Banks and corporates face severe challenge over Russia sanctions May Banks and their corporate clients are scrabbling to get up to speed and comply with a growing slate of US and European sanctions against Russia - or face unlimited fines and imprisonment.
Fed effect vs Modi effect: the rupee-appreciation story May After the rupee's spirited rally in line with the ascent of newly installed Indian prime minister Narendra Modi, analysts say rising US yields could undercut the currency, while others claim strong equity inflows and an improvement in the current account suggest appreciation for the rest of the year.
On March 25, the day after the announcement from the rating agency, the Ibovespa climbed and the real gained on the dollar. Crimea and punishment: Russian economy goes into a tailspin. April The battle between the west and Russia over Ukraine is intensifying amid a full-on financial war.
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