The introduction of Islamic banking is unlikely to change much in the already prosperous northwest African kingdom.
As larger banks pull back, Paul Hartwell, chief executive of British Arab Commercial Bank, sees opportunities for trade finance in Africa.
Deep structural change is needed to turn around Zimbabwe’s ailing economy.
African economic success in 2017 and beyond will demand real structural reform and diversification.
After a difficult year for most African economies, 2017 is likely to see an improvement, according to Citigroup head Miguel Azevedo.
Paul Hartwell, CEO at British Arab Commercial Bank (BACB), explains why international banks are withdrawing from Africa.
Sources have questioned whether Zimbabwe bond notes are backed by $200m Afreximbank loan
Yvonne Ike, head of Sub-Saharan Africa at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, highlights the need to recalibrate the meaning of “Africa Rising”.
The recent swathe of sukuk issues in West Africa highlight the continent’s affinity with Islamic finance.
Mozambique’s debt crisis leaves the country on the precipice of a financial disaster. But how did we get here?