Kazkommertsbank seeks re-entry into post-crisis Eurobond fold

Kazkommertsbank seeks re-entry into post-crisis Eurobond foldKazkommertsbank (KKB) will find out this week whether foreign investors are ready to re-admit Kazakhstani banks to the Eurobond market after a crisis-ridden funding hiatus. Its fund raising plans come almost two years to the day after the government told the country’s four largest financial institutions – KKB included – that they would receive state-funded capital injections to boost their dwindling liquidity.

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Kazkommertsbank to test debt waters for Kazakh banks

Kazkommertsbank to test debt waters for Kazakh banksKazakhstan is poised to be the source of a growing number of Eurobond mandates in the coming weeks as a combination of bank, corporate and government-related borrowers all seek to take advantage of improving investor sentiment towards the country and lock in funding at evermore attractive levels.

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Yerzhan Tatishev: shotgun wedding on the Silk Road/II

Yerzhan Tatishev: shotgun wedding on the Silk Road/IIHow a hare caught a bull – or what made Bank TuranAlem an open target to corporate racketeers such as Mukhtar Ablyazov, and how did people like Yerzhan Tatishev end up caught in the middle? This is the crucial question that keeps haunting the relatives of the victim of what has been done away with as an accident but regarding which motives for a worse scenario are amply available.

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