DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/9v83th/emerging_markets) has announced the addition of the "Emerging Markets Handbook 2013" book to their offering.
Over the last 15 years, the economic relevance of the advanced economies has rebalanced in favour of emerging markets. However, waning global growth is changing market dynamics in unexpected ways across both advanced and emerging market economies. The Euromoney Emerging Markets Handbook 2013 provides the latest updates, debates and analyses on the progression and development of emerging markets, keeping the reader in-the-know of both the latest opportunities to arise and challenges to be faced.
While emerging markets have been a hot topic for the past few years, still these regions continue to develop in ways unprecedented by many. As their positions as economic engines become increasingly more sustainable, so too does their credibility as investment destinations improve; BRIC countries are continuing to boom, and are set to overtake many developed economies over the next fifty years. Nonetheless, in the last couple of years the pace has slowed down and it is still an open question whether the structural rebalancing favouring emerging markets will resume the faster track observed in recent years.
The Euromoney Emerging Markets Handbook 2013 uses an editorial board of industry specialists in the field of developing economies to analyse and discuss movements in the market and make predictions for the future. Contributions from The World Bank, Scotiabank, Eurex, Fitch Ratings and more offer their expert opinions on what is on the horizon for this forward-moving region, and how the keen investor can best stand to benefit from these developments.
Key Topics Covered:
FOREWORD by Otaviano Canuto, Catiana García-Kilroy and Anderson Caputo Silva, The World Bank
Chapter 1 Keeping the momentum - Eurex sees more opportunities in Asia
Chapter 2 CNH: toward the next stage
Chapter 3 Renminbi bonds - new opportunities in a new asset class
Chapter 4 Myanmar, a classic emerging country
Chapter 5 Perpetual securities - a case of financial dual personalities
Chapter 6 Project finance and PPPs in Asia - meeting the challenges
EUROPE & THE MIDDLE EAST
Chapter 7 Lebanon 2011: bearish stock market vs resilient Eurobonds
Chapter 8 Central and Eastern Europe - at the heart of EMEA's recovery
Chapter 9 New era for Turkish commercial life
Chapter 10 Forward leap for Turkey's corporate governance
Chapter 11 Takaful: the potential is heading west
Chapter 12 Retail banking in Turkey
Chapter 13 Russian reform paves way for easier access to FX trading
THE AMERICAS & EMERGING MARKETS
Chapter 14 When volatility is the norm, the Canadian maple tree withstands the storm
Chapter 15 China's impact on Latin America: what commodities can and cannot buy
Chapter 16 Changes to the regulations of Brazilian pre-export financial transactions and the IOF tax regime
Chapter 17 Mexico overview: from real estate and infrastructure to banking and financing developments
Chapter 18 Emerging market corporates - mind the credit gap
- AYA (Aritman - Yildirim - Aksun) Law Firm
- Asian Development Bank
- BOCI-Prudential Asset Management Ltd
- Blominvest Bank
- BlueBay Asset Management LLP
- Chandler & Thong-ek Law Offices Limited
- Citigroup Global Markets Limited
- Development Bank of Singapore
- Eurex Frankfurt AG
- FWU Group
- Finansbank A.S.
- Fitch Ratings
- Hergüner Bilgen Özeke Avukatlik Ortaklig?i
- Nader, Hayaux & GoebelOtkritie Securities Ltd
- Santos Neto & Montgomery Advogados
- WongPartnership LLP
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/9v83th/emerging_markets.
Source: Research and Markets