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Richard Turton Award 2014

We are delighted to announce that the winner of this year’s award is Anant Khandelwal from India.   Anant works for SBI Capital Markets Limited and is part of the debt restructuring and advisory team…

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The Dallas Cowboys are once again America's most hated team according to the annual Public Policy Polling's poll of attitudes towards NFL teams and players. In a survey of registered voters, 18% of respondents chose the Cowboys as their least favorite NFL team. While that still leads all teams, that is actually down from 23% a year ago, thanks in large part to a newfound hatred of the New England Patriots. The Patriots, who were the third-most hated team last year at 9%, jumped to No. 2 at 13% this year,... LONDON, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Greece's credit rating could be cut if talks with its international creditors do not make progress by the time of Fitch's next review in May, one of the firm's senior ratings directors said on Thursday. Europe’s top lawmaker said Greece plans to find common ground with European partners in its bid to reverse austerity demanded by international creditors in exchange for rescue funding. ATHENS, Greece (AP) — The first European official to visit Greece since the country elected a new left-wing government said Thursday that he expects clashes over how to lighten the country's bailout, but no rash actions from Athens. European Parliament president Martin Schulz said he had concluded after discussions with 40-year-old Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras that Greece is open to talks. Tsipras, whose radical left Syriza party won elections Sunday, has called on Greece's eurozone creditors to forgive... ATHENS, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Greek bank deposits fell in December for the third straight month as savers stepped up withdrawals amid rising political tensions and the prospect of a stand-off with the country's international creditors, and bankers expect the trend will have accelerated in January. Athens (AFP) - Economic powerhouses Germany and China warned Greece on Thursday against reneging on reforms tied to its massive international bailout, with markets still jittery over fears Athens could default on its debt. Germany, which has shouldered most of the multi-billion-euro EU rescue plan for Greece, said the country's new anti-austerity government could not make changes "to the detriment" of other European citizens. China, which has a major investment in the main Greek port of Piraeus, said it... Ukraine has hired investment bank Lazard to assist in negotiations with foreign creditors over restructuring as much as $20 billion of Eurobond debt as the war-torn country’s finances deteriorate. An IMF mission led by Andrea Schaechter had today a first meeting with Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta, according to Mediafax newswire. The mission will be in Bucharest between January 27 and February 10 for the third review of IMF’s ongoing stand-by arrangement with Romania, IMF representatives have previously stated. This Sunday the IMF sent a letter to Romanian finance minister Darius Valcov as a reaction to the debate in Romania’s Parliament of  draft bill on the insolvency of individuals. T he... Greece’s new leaders moved swiftly to reverse the reform course imposed on the country by its creditors, triggering a steep selloff in Greek stock and debt markets. Anti-austerity party SYRIZA won the Greek election on its promise to renegotiate the enormous bailout with the country's international creditors.…
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