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Post by Ssmith on Sun Jan 13, 2019 10:44 am

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Samson » January 12th, 2018

The UAE minister of energy is expected to average $ 70 a barrel this year


12th January, 2019

UAE Energy Minister Suhail al-Mazroui said on Saturday he expected oil prices to average $ 70 a barrel in 2019 on the back of an agreement reached by OPEC and non-OPEC oil exporters to cut output

The minister made the remarks to reporters in Abu Dhabi LINK

Mike4339 » January 12th, 2018

There's a very simple solution to get your's back.....We'll be very willing to give them back. Just not at 1190.

Samson » January 12th, 2018

Parliamentary Finance: We intend to recover 300 billion dollars of Iraq's money abroad


12th January, 2019

A member of the Finance Committee, Naji Idriss al-Saadi, said on Saturday that Iraq intends to recover its funds in the world, amounting to 300 billion dollars, through negotiating delegations.

Al-Saadi told "Al-Ghad Press" that "the crises experienced by Iraq extended from the previous regime to the fall of the regime and the formation of the government," noting that "each country has shares, projects and companies belonging to Iraq in most countries of the world."

He added that "some of the money booked in the time of the former regime has not been returned by Iraq to this moment." "The House of Representatives today discusses the law to restore Iraq's funds will be through the fund to restore Iraq's money as it was subject to the law of the United Nations and all his money goes to Washington."

Al-Saadi pointed out that "the amounts that return to Iraq is very large up to 300 billion US dollars exist in most countries and the mechanism of recovery be the formation of a negotiating delegation in addition to the introduction of the United Nations within the negotiations." LINK

Vietnam : HSBC wins a clutch of prestigious prizes

12th January, 2019

HSBC Vietnam has won several awards from FinanceAsia and The Asset

HSBC Vietnam has won a series of honours from FinanceAsia and The Asset, two influential publications in the world of corporate finance and investment banking.

It received awards for Best IPO and Best Vietnam Deal from FinanceAsia and the Asset Triple A awards for Best IPO, Best Syndicated Loan and Best Loan Adviser in Việt Nam. It earned plaudits for the IPO of Vinhomes JSC, the residential property arm of Vingroup. The record-breaking offering last year raised US$1.35 billion.

For its work as a joint book runner for the IPO, the bank shared the honour for “Best Vietnam Deal” and “Best IPO of the Year” at FinanceAsia’s Achievement Awards, and “Best IPO in Việt Nam” at the Asset Triple A awards. The IPO was also the largest deal in Southeast Asia in 2018 and largest Southeast Asian real estate deal since 2013.

HSBC Vietnam also won the award for “Best Syndicated Loan” in Việt Nam’s $400 million syndicated term loan facility and was named “Best Loan Adviser”.

Phạm Hồng Hải, CEO of HSBC Vienam, said: “We are honoured to win these awards from leading publishing organisations and be part of landmark deals in the country. “These accolades reflect HSBC Vietnam’s capability to utilise the strength of our global network and execute world-class financing transactions to help corporates achieve their business ambitions.”

Last year HSBC had acted as a joint mandated lead arranger and book runner (MLAB) for a $950 million credit facility for VinFast to finance the first made-in-Vietnam automobile and motorcycle manufacturing plant. This is the first such facility extended to a private sector company in the country. LINK
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