MINT Guide 2015

  • MINT Guide 2015

    IFLR's inaugural MINT Guide provides readers with crucial insight into the nuances of the emergent group's economic climate and financial agenda

  • Innovate to grow

    Radical innovation in the financial sector is at odds with a paternalistic, overcautious stance on the part of regulators, according to Michael Washburn

  • A reversal of fortune

    An ambitious set of reforms could transform Mexico’s investment environment. Former ambassador to the EU and Nafta negotiator Jaime Zabludovsky explains what is needed to capitalise on the changes

  • Open for business

    Indonesia’s new president has created more optimism in the country. But as Hill Choi Lee explains, long-standing issues must still be addressed, especially in the projects sector

  • Industrious Indonesia

    Hilton King, legal counsel at Sampoerna Strategic, discusses the key trends in key industries – from telecommunications to palm oil

  • Unlocking potential

    Indonesia has tremendous potential, but has traditionally been held back by poor infrastructure and graft, as Wayne Palmer of CLSA Capital Partners explains

  • New draft bank legislation

    Freddy Karyadi, Ayik Candrawulan Gunadi and Kartika Budianti Lestari of ABNR assess the House of Representatives’ draft legislation on banking, which would cap foreign ownership in Indonesian banks at 40%

  • A real African lion

    Despite political risk and lingering corporate governance issues Nigeria is fast becoming a highly lucrative investment destination, according to James Wilson

  • Understanding Africa’s largest economy

    Seye Kosoko and Olafimihan Olayinka of Standard Chartered look at how Nigeria has achieved economic success in the face of adversity.

  • A clearer system

    Nehizena Ibhawoh and Jerry Okoye of Austen-Peters & Co outline recent developments in foreign exchange hedging

  • Defining repos

    Omobolanle Lawal and Kafilat Aderibigbe of G Elias & Co explain how the Nigerian repo market is defined and the Nigerian Securities and Exchange Commission’s role in regulating it

  • International dispute resolution update

    Ifeoma Esom of TRLPLAW provides a summary of recent developments in international dispute resolution and investment protection

  • Euro risks and reward

    Daniel Agbor and Joseph Eimunjeze of Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie dissect the growing trend for eurobond issuance in the country

  • Stumbling, not falling

    Jonathan Moore looks at the recent troubles in the Turkish economy and how the country is managing to remain a growing force in the world

  • The perfect ingredients

    Memet Yazici, managing partner of TRPE, discusses how Turkey is overcoming political and security challenges to secure a strong investment climate

  • Coping with cartels

    Gönenç Gürkaynak and Ayse Güner of ELIG, Attorneys-at-Law offer an insight into cartels including legislation and enforcement under Turkish competition law

  • A plan for foreign integration

    Volkan Hidayetoglu of Hidayetoglu & Co looks at how Turkey has reformed its investment environment to create a level playing field for local and foreign investment alike

  • A broadening framework

    Serdar Paksoy and Begüm Nisli of Paksoy Law Firm examine how Turkey is dealing with anti-corruption through international engagement and legislative change