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Khalid
Capital Markets meets Social Impact? EM/GCC focussed macro, economic, credit & risk thinking + blockchain, Islamic/participation finance & inclusive capitalism.
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Responsible Finance Feb 13
, being held at on 29 April, will inform professionals about the business case for adopting practices
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Khalid Feb 12
"Consumers should not be allowed to invest [ in ], irrespective if tokens are securites or not". Contratrian thoughts from at the MENA 2019 in
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Stuart Hutton Oct 31
To achieve the support of financial institutions & is essential! Their commitments need support too! Find out how this is aiming to be achieved using CDIT Initiative - Blockchain for Sustainable & Inclusive Finance
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Khalid Jan 16
simplified - 4 credit outcomes from 1 UK Leaves EU on different terms – uncertainty/ST credit neg. 2 UK Remains in EU – credit positive. 3 UK Leaves no deal – credit negative. 4 UK Leaves under withdrawal agreement or similar – credit neutral = Base Case
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Khalid Jan 6
Replying to @khalidhowladar
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Khalid Jan 5
So many strong messages in this incredible clip - "we need to focus on Equity" .. in the broader sense. Financial inequality and debt-based consumption is not a sustainable system for a coherent, peaceful and prosperous society.
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Stuart Hutton Dec 3
Great to see presenting the of at & how & can make & needs to make a difference!
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Khalid Nov 26
Honoured to win the 'Most Innovative use of in award at the 2018 awards as voted by readers for our social impact investment platform. First issuance will be .
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Khalid Oct 31
allows 'fractionalisation' of investment products to support inclusion & reduce fraud/corruption. The practical way forward is for govts to issue their own Matthew Martin , Robin Lee ,
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Khalid Oct 24
is a key step supporting the adoption of One is a 1:1 representation of a US dollar on the . Each USDC = 100% collateralized by a real dollar held in reportable accounts.
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Khalid Oct 19
Aaa will be challenged by rising and associated social spending. US Gini/inequality coefficient ~ one of highest in the developed world 50/100 like . (/ ~30). Current debt = $21.6Tn / 76% GDP.
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Khalid Oct 17
$7Trillion asset manager is spinning off a new company (custody & trading platform) to bring & to institutional investors - these types of game-changers will ultimately anchor market & provide stability.
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Khalid Oct 14
Given the $100-1000Bn in Waqf funds globally, better Transparency, and accountability will improve public confidence & make a 'real' force for Hoping that new Waqf delivers.
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Khalid Oct 11
will look to launch its first micro supporting local Indonesian institutions this December with true profit and risk share - not . Be part of it at
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Khalid Oct 4
How to break up oligopoly? Short version - extremely difficult, best case decades without . Despite 'issuer pays' conflict - no real alternative as upstart has found out. , &
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Khalid Oct 3
$100 'dollar' (in local ccy) is back for . What is growth impact? More pain ahead for investors? Any more (iran sanctions/shale constraints) supply disruptions could push back to $100... via
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Khalid Sep 25
est. > $1.3 trillion for non-financials maturing through 2020, ~20% of total outstanding. Given rate rises and they will not be able to refinance at the low suppressed rates of the past.. could this be the next crisis trigger?
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Khalid Sep 19
, and credit ratings most subject to possible long term challenges Vs the relative stability of , and (at low level) at Fitch event in
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Khalid Sep 18
Central Bank balance sheets approach 40% of GDP... Can they unwind this without triggering next financial meltdown? Courtesy of the insightful Dr , at the Middle East Private Market Forum.
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Khalid Sep 10
At $28 bn / volumes down 60% Vs 2017 (mostly US$ - Dealogic). Govts raised $21.2 bn, a drop of ~40%. Yields on hard-currency emerging-market debt have risen from 4.5% to 6%. Papua New Guinea is next test of investors’ EM appetite in a post world.
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