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Harmonisation of Covered Bonds
 
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In this video, representatives of the European Banking Authority, European Commission and the ECBC talk about the state of play of covered bond harmonisation in the EU. ECBC Plenary meeting, September 2016.
European Commission Consults On Ambitious Proposals For Covered Bond Markets
 
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The European Commission recently launched a consultation that considers a wide range of possible measures to better harmonize covered bond markets across the European Union. In this CreditMatters TV segment, Standard & Poor's Managing Director Andrew South discusses the proposals.
Interview with Didier Millerot, European Commission
 
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Didier Millerot from the European Commission explains the rationale for and objectives of the forthcoming covered bond directive.
Covered Bond Directive 101
 
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As the new covered bond directive is finalised, we take a look in this short video at the reasons why the European Commission is implementing this law, what the main features are and what are the implications for your business.
Global Outlook for Covered Bonds
 
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In this video, representatives of DBS, the World Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction & Development (EBRD), JP Morgan and the Canada Mortgage & Housing Corporation (CMHC) talk about the global outlook for covered bonds. Interviewed at the 26th ECBC Plenary Meeting in Barcelona on 13 September 2017.
Financing Energy Efficiency: Green Covered Bonds & the EeMAP Initiative
 
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In this video, representatives of the European Commission, the International Finance Corporation (IFC), BNP Paribas, ABN AMRO, Berlin Hyp and the EMF-ECBC talk about the role of "green" covered bonds and the EMF-ECBC Energy Efficient Mortgages (EeMAP) Initiative in financing energy efficiency. Interviewed at the 25th ECBC Plenary Meeting in Oslo on 6 April 2017.
ECBC Plenary 26.03.15 Capital Markets Union: Implications for Covered Bonds & Securitisation
 
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Highlights of the panel discussion on Capital Markets Union: Implications for Covered Bonds & Securitisation, Roadmap for the Future at the 21st ECBC Plenary meeting in Amsterdam on 26.03.15. Moderator: Luca Bertalot, EMF-ECBC Panellists: Niall Bohan, European Commission; Ralf Grossmann, Société Générale; Carsten Tirsbaek Madsen, ECBC Chairman; and Ad Visser, European Central Bank.
Sustainable Energy Investments Forum: Deployment of Energy Efficient Mortgages in Europe
 
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This webinar on the Deployment of Energy Efficient Mortgages in Europe is organised by the European Commission, in partnership with the UN Environment Finance Initiative, in the frame of Sustainable Energy Investment Forums funded by the Horizon 2020 Programme of the European Union. Timothee Noel (DG Energy, European Commission) presents the EU policies context and the Smart Finance for Smart Building Initiative. Luca Bertalot (European Mortgage Federation – European Covered Bond Council) presents the Energy Efficient Mortgage Action Plan, which is investigating how energy efficient mortgages can be put in place. Ursula Hartenberger and Zsolt Toth (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) present the role of property valuation and the ideal incentive chain to ensure that energy efficiency value would be recognised in the real estate sector. Joop Hessels (ABN-AMRO) presents the green bounds issued by ABN-AMRO, their criteria and examples of project financed. Bodo Winkler (Berlin Hyp) presents the criteria and the internal processes developed by Berlin Hyp, the development of their green finance portfolio as well as case studies from their green bound issuance.
S&P Global Ratings Frequently Asked Questions About Covered Bonds
 
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Regulations concerning Brazilian covered bond issuance should be finalized by the end of this year. In this CMTV segment, Senior Directors Leandro Albuquerque and Tom Schopflocher discuss covered bonds and their use in different jurisdictions. This is the first of a series of Credit FAQs to be published over the coming months.
Views: 967 S&P Global Ratings
Covered Bond Counterparty Criteria Framework Effective Date
 
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On July 12, 2012, our new Counterparty criteria framework for covered bonds became effective and we took rating actions on eight covered bond programs. In this CreditMatters TV segment, Standard & Poor's Senior Director and Analytical Manager for Covered Bonds Karlo Fuchs explains the process that led to the CreditWatch placement on 5% of rated covered bonds; 95% remain unaffected.
Views: 38 S&P Global Ratings
The Recategorization Of Spanish Covered Bond Programs And I
 
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We recently revised our categorization of all Spanish covered bond programs to Category 2 from Category 1 and took rating actions on several Spanish covered bond programs. In this CreditMatters TV segment, Standard & Poor's Associate Director Ana Galdo explains the rationale behind both the recategorization and the rating actions.
Views: 49 S&P Global Ratings
Harmonisation of Covered Bonds: Next Steps
 
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In this video, representatives of the European Banking Authority (EBA), HSBC, Nykredit, Richard Kemmish Consulting Ltd. and the EMF-ECBC share their thoughts on the current debate on the potential harmonisation of covered bonds. Interviewed at the 25th ECBC Plenary Meeting in Oslo on 6 April 2017.
ECBC Panel "Long-Term Financing & the Capital Markets Union: the Role of Covered Bonds", 24.02.15
 
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ECBC Market Participants Panel Discussion on "Long-Term Financing & the Capital Markets Union: the Role of Covered Bonds", Brussels, 24 February 2015. Moderator: Luca Bertalot, Secretary General, EMF-ECBC Panelists: Philippe De Backer, MEP, Economic & Monetary Affairs Committee, European Parliament Mario Nava, Director - Regulation & Prudential Supervision of Financial Institutions, DG Financial Stability, Financial Services & Capital Markets Union, European Commission Frédéric Hache, Head of Policy Analysis, Finance Watch Arnaldo Abruzzini, Secretary General, Eurochambres Thomas Cohrs, Head of Syndicate / Origination FI/SSA, NORD LB Philipp Waldstein, Member of the Board, MEAG Pascal Coret, Head of Fixed Income, Caisse des Dépôts Andy Jobst, Senior Economist, European Department, International Monetary Fund Boudewijn Dierick, Head of Flow ABS and Covered Bond Structuring, BNP Paribas and Moderator, ECBC Task Force on Long-Term Financing Anne Caris, Senior Covered Bond Analyst, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Moderator, ECBC Task Force on Transparency
EeMAP Event Rome 09.06.17 - Timothée Noel, European Commission
 
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Intervention of Timothée Noel, DG Energy, European Commission, in the Market Participants' Panel Discussion at the Stakeholder Meeting & Kick-Off of the Energy efficient Mortgages Action Plan (EeMAP) event held in Rome on 9 June 2017.
Rating Actions And Sensitivity Analysis On Spanish Multicedulas
 
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This week S&P Global upgraded 22 and affirmed 5 Spanish Multicedulas Covered Bond Transactions. In this CreditMatters TV segment, S&P Global Ratings' Associate Director Ana Galdo discusses the main reasons behind these rating actions and could affect our ratings in the future.
Views: 16 S&P Global Ratings
Sovereign-bond Backed Securities (SBBS) from theory to practice
 
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Recording of the online seminar held on 22 July 2018. Speakers: - Peter Grasmann (Head of Unit, Economic Analysis of Financial Markets and Financial Stability – DG FISMA, European Commission) - Davide Lombardo (Senior Economist, EU/Euro Area Financial Sector Unit – DG FISMA, European Commission This online seminar focuses on the recent Commission proposal for a bespoke regulatory framework for sovereign-bond backed securities (SBBS). A novel concept, SBBS have the potential to contribute to a more resilient Banking Union and a more efficient Capital Markets Union by helping banks and other financial institutions better diversify their sovereign bond portfolios and by expanding the toolkit for private sector risk-sharing, especially across borders. But they face several regulatory hindrances, which result—in a way—from their own being so novel. The recent Commission proposal aims to eliminate such hindrances, thus giving SBBS a chance. Commission officials will present the broad contours of the draft legislation, and will discuss the trade-offs faced when drafting it and the rationale underpinning the various choices made. The presentations will be followed by an interactive Questions and Answers session. More information: http://fbf.eui.eu/event/online-seminar-sbbs-from-theory-to-practice/?instance_id=294
Regulating Europe: Implementing a framework for growth
 
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Niall Bohan, Head of Unit, Capital Markets Union (European Commission), talked about the intention of regulators in Europe to implement a solid framework for growth. Recorded at the AltFi Europe Summit 2016 in London on March 22nd 2016.Visit our website for more videos from the day - http://www.altfi.com/events/altfi_europe_summit­_2016
Views: 151 AltFi
Action Plan for a Capital Markets Union
 
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The Capital Markets Union (CMU) is a plan of the European Commission to mobilise capital in Europe. It will channel it to all companies, including SMEs, and infrastructure projects that need it to expand and create jobs. By linking savings with growth, it will offer new opportunities for savers and investors. Deeper and more integrated capital markets will lower the cost of funding and make the financial system more resilient. All 28 Member States of the EU will benefit from building a true single market for capital. http://ec.europa.eu/finance/capital-markets-union
Views: 3887 European Commission
EeMAP Event Rome 09.06.17 - Market Participants’ Panel Discussion - Full Debate
 
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Market Participants' Panel Discussion at the Stakeholder Meeting & Kick-Off of the Energy efficient Mortgages Action Plan (EeMAP) event held in Rome on 9 June 2017. Panellists: - Marguerite McMahon, European Investment Bank - Ilaria Bertini, ENEA - Monica Frassoni, European Alliance to Save Energy - Peter Coveliers, European Investment Fund - Micol Levi, UniCredit - Agnès Gourc, BNP Paribas - Martin Schweitzer, Volksbank - Nick Robins, UNEP FI - Timothée Noel, European Commission Moderated by Luca Bertalot, EeMAP Coordinator & Secretary General of the EMF-ECBC
The Euromoney/ECBC Covered Bond Congress 2018: Panel V
 
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Panel V: Beyond the traditional: should the Commission support European Secured Notes? - Is there a need for another form of dual recourse instrument? - The Commission has defined ESN assets as SME and infrastructure loans. Why? - Can you take a covered bond law and adapt it for new assets? Should you?
momentum: Capital Markets Union – Driver for European Growth?
 
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The Capital Markets Union is set to become a reality by 2019. What will that mean for Europe? Who will benefit and how will it affect the role of banks? Discussing these questions and more at the third Deutsche Bank "momentum" event in Berlin were: Lord Jonathan Hill, EU Commisioner for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union; Steffen Kampeter, Parliamentary State Secretary at the German Federal Ministry of Finance; Anton Börner, President of the Federation of German Wholesale and Foreign Trade Association and Paul Achleitner, Chairman of the Deutsche Bank Supervisory Board. More information (in German only): www.deutsche-bank.de/momentum
Views: 29328 Deutsche Bank
Ballyhea Says No Goes to Brussels Part 1
 
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Directed and edited by Marcus Howard. Ballyhea Says No are taking the fight against the Promissory Note bonds to Brussels for the fourth time. They were invited by the GUE /NGL to build alliances in their case for debt write down for Ireland. I filmed some members of Ballyhea Says No and Joan Collins in Dublin Airport on their way to Brussels, why the Irish Government didn't ask for a referendum on the Promissory Note, and if the Irish Government asked for debt write down. They are asked why they are away to Europe, This video also features footage and quotes from Clare Daly TD Economic Advisor to the President of the European Commission, Philippe Legrain, Karl Otto Pohl former President of the German Bundesbank, Joseph Stiglitz Nobel Prize winning economist, Professor William Black a former director of Institute of Fraud Prevention , Kenneth Rogoff former IMF Chief Economist. Part 2 will be coming soon. Facebook:Marcus Howard Documentaries Twitter: @MarcusHowardDoc Music: Haunting Celtic Aire - Cabinfever Productions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xHciU44TzE Uploaded by Woodwork on Jan 3 2010 www.cabinfeverproductions.net Creative Commons License Public Domain.This video is to be used for educational discussion. This video can be shared but must be shown in it's entirety. Please share and help get the message out if you agree with some of the arguments discussed. This video is for fair use for purposes like criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research and it obeys Fair Use law. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
Views: 505 Marcus Howard
ECB bond buying in 60 seconds | FT World
 
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► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs The ECB is set to follow the US Federal Reserve and Bank of England by initiating quantitative easing. Claire Jones, eurozone economy correspondent, on what the ECB could buy and whether there will be room for compromise with Berlin. ► FT World News: http://bit.ly/1Exp0iJ ► FT Business: http://bit.ly/1KUK08s For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
Views: 719 Financial Times
European Commission's Money Market Fund Regulation May Have Unintended Consequences
 
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The European money market fund reform proposals enhance risk management but may not effectively reduce run risk. In this CreditMattersTV segment, Françoise Nichols, Standard & Poor's Director of European Fund Ratings discusses the possible implications of the proposed European Money Market Fund Rules.
Views: 108 S&P Global Ratings
EeMAP Event Rome 09.06.17 - Adrien Bullier
 
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Intervention of Adrien Bullier, European Commission, to the Stakeholder Meeting & Kick-Off of the Energy efficient Mortgages Action Plan (EeMAP) event held in Rome on 9 June 2017.
Capital Markets Union: unlocking funding for Elena
 
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Today in Europe many start-ups and small business owners find it hard to get funding. Elena was one of them, and this is her story. The Capital Markets Union will help entrepreneurs like Elena to get funding more easily. Find out more: http://ec.europa.eu/finance/capital-markets-union/
Views: 314 European Commission
A Trans-Atlantic Congress?
 
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There is increasing coordination between the European Parliament and the U.S. Congress. Furthermore, the U.S. executive branch and the European Union’s executive body, the European Commission, are collaborating more and more. A meeting just last week in Washington, organized by the Center for Transatlantic Relations, featured a live video feed of a European hearing. That hearing involved Members of the European Parliament, or MEPs, grilling a candidate who hopes to serve as Trade Commissioner on the European Commission. Arriving at the Paul Nitze (“Neetsie”) School of Advanced International Studies, ’s Mark Anderson watched the hearing but soon learned that this EU-US coordination is more sophisticated than first assumed. And a major goal is the advancement of a huge trade pact called the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or T-TIP (“Tee-TIP”) This coordination between the EU and U.S. governments is not altogether new. European Parliament President Martin Schultz met with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi during a 2012 Washington visit. And that same year, MEP Christian Ehler of Germany addressed the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee. Yet, that’s the main House panel which decides American trade policies with foreign nations. Notably, a Ways and Means Committee staffer was a panelist at last week’s Washington meeting. ’s Mark Anderson noted: SOT T-TIP could become the world’s first-ever formal trade pact between the U.S. and the European Union. It’s surpassed in scope only by an even larger trade pact called the Trans-Pacific Partnership. The aggressive effort to keep T-TIP moving strongly stems from a body called the European Union Delegation to the United States. Its office is at 2175 K. Street in Washington. That delegation has visited all 50 states and dozens of large U.S. cities to promote T-TIP’s supposed promises of widespread prosperity. However, similar trade deals in effect, such as NAFTA and CAFTA, have largely brought poverty to all but the very richest segments of society. And get this: 2175 K. Street is also the address of the European Parliament Liaison Office with the U.S. Congress, or EPLO. The EPLO released a special report at the Washington meeting which covered. The report, “Common Threads: Strengthening Transatlantic Bonds and Values,” charts the collaboration between the U.S. and EU governments. Anderson stated: SOT Finally, one other body—the European Parliament Delegation for Relations with the U.S.—has 53 MEPs representing the European Union. The Common Threads report says that this delegation: “[Develops] relations between the U.S. Congress and the [European] Parliament on issues calling for Transatlantic legislative and political cooperation.” So, a fair question is whether we’re seeing the development of a “Trans-Atlantic Congress” whose lofty operations will break constitutional bonds and betray the voice of the people. Support Indymedia! Donate USD: http://nnn.is/donate-dollars Donate BTC: http://nnn.is/donate-bitcoin Download your free Next News "Heroes & Villains" Poster here: http://nextnewsnetwork.com/the-2013-heroes-villains-posters LIVE: http://NextNewsNetwork.com Facebook: http://Facebook.com/NextNewsNet Twitter: http://Twitter.com/NextNewsNet Sub: http://NNN.is/the_new_media Meet the Next News Team: http://youtu.be/2QnNKwQ2WkY Hashtag: #N3 Community Guidelines Disclaimer: The points of view and purpose of this video is not to bully or harass anybody, but rather share that opinion and thoughts with other like-minded individuals curious about the subject to encourage conversation and awareness.
EU Capital Markets Union - Interview with Tim Frost
 
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The Capital Markets Union (CMU) is a plan set out by the European Commission aiming to create deeper and more integrated markets within the 28 EU Member States so as to raise nonbank financing and strengthen cross-border capital flows. The proposed plan will help encourage investments and boost jobs and growth of the economy. Tim Frost, Director and Founder, Cairn Capital and Governor, London School of Economics and Political Science, discusses what the benefits and obstacles of a Capital Markets Union may be.
Comparative Analysis Of Australian Covered Bond Programs Sh
 
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On Aug. 31, 2012, we published a comparative analysis of Australian covered bonds. Based on public information, we identified that asset-liability mismatch risk can vary significantly, leading to significant differences in the overcollateralization we deem commensurate for achieving the highest possible rating. In this CreditMatters TV segment, Standard & Poor's Senior Director Karlo Fuchs summarises our key findings.
Views: 93 S&P Global Ratings
EeMAP Event Rome 09.06.17 - Nick Robins, UNEP FI
 
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Intervention of Nick Robins, UNEP FI, in the Market Participants' Panel Discussion at the Stakeholder Meeting & Kick-Off of the Energy efficient Mortgages Action Plan (EeMAP) event held in Rome on 9 June 2017.
ECB Says Too-Slow Governments a Threat to Europe Revival
 
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European Central Bank policy makers said governments must accelerate plans to strengthen their economies or risk derailing the region’s recovery. “Talking vaguely about structural reforms, but not doing them, is the worst of all worlds,” Executive Board member Benoit Coeure said today in Riga. “It creates uncertainty over the path of real interest rates, without in tandem raising expectations of future growth.” While Coeure said a program to purchase covered bonds will start within days, pressure is mounting on the ECB to also buy sovereign bonds as the 18-nation euro area struggles to recover from a debt crisis and recession. That’s opening fractures in the Governing Council as officials argue that monetary measures will fail unless governments, who submitted their draft budgets to the European Commission this week, play their part. “The ECB and the euro zone are rapidly emulating Japan,” Andrew Bosomworth, a Munich-based portfolio manager at Pacific Investment Management Co., said in an interview. “I think they’re losing credibility because inflation is too low.” Concern that the outlook is worsening contributed to a slump in bonds in peripheral countries and a global stock-market decline of more than $3 trillion so far this month. The euro-area economy stagnated in the second quarter and inflation, at 0.3 percent last month, isn’t seen returning to a goal of just under 2 percent before 2017. Taxpayer Risk European equities jumped today by the most in more than two months and peripheral-nation debt rose after Coeure’s comments on the covered-bond program. Italy’s 10-year yield fell 7 basis points to 2.51 percent at 2:30 p.m. Frankfurt time. The ECB also plans to buy asset-backed securities before the end of the year. Governing Council member Jens Weidmann, who opposed the asset-purchase plan on the grounds that it could increase the risk to taxpayers, said today the strategy runs counter to years of effort to limit taxpayers’ exposure to losses in the financial system. He also said it won’t solve the key issues. “The biggest bottleneck for growth in the euro area is not monetary policy, nor is it the lack of fiscal stimulus,” he said at the conference in the Latvian capital. “It is the structural barriers that impede competition, innovation and productivity.” The European Commission has just started a two-week process to pick apart national spending plans for 2015, with the French and Italian budgets set to cause the biggest headaches. France’s deficit is forecast to hit its target two years late, and Italy’s pace of reduction of its structural deficit is slower than the commission demanded. Legal Act The ECB has also cut interest rates to record lows and offered long-term loans to funnel credit to companies and households. Coeure reiterated a pledge to do more if needed. The central bank today published the legal act allowing covered-bond purchases to start. ECB President Mario Draghi has said he wants to steer the size of the balance sheet back to early-2012 levels, signaling an addition of as much as 1 trillion euros ($1.3 trillion) in assets. “It is likely that the ECB should first concentrate on the secondary market to be able to buy bonds, as no euro area issuers have announced that they will come to the market next week,” said Joost Beaumont, a covered-bond analyst at ABN Amro Bank NV in Amsterdam. “It will be interesting to see whether today’s decision will attract euro-area issuers to the market.” Temporary Measures ECB Vice President Vitor Constancio said at a conference in Frankfurt today that the purchases will affect other asset markets including bonds, equities and foreign exchange. He also warned that the programs shouldn’t been seen as “market making of last resorts.” Executive Board member Yves Mersch said in Zurich today that while “a central bank with a clear mandate to safeguard price stability needs to act forcefully when push comes to shove,” policy makers must be aware of the side-effects. Non-standard measures “have to be temporary,” he said. Council member Ewald Nowotny told reporters in Vienna today that while the ECB “certainly has further options” to promote economic growth, the region is not in a recession and “it’s not as if the ECB would have to open its emergency pharmacy.” Draghi has urged European governments to step up efforts to put their economies on a more solid footing, complementing his ultra-expansionary monetary policy “It is sometimes argued that monetary policy can weaken the incentives to reform,” Coeure said. “I do not share this view.”
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Spanish Multi-Cédulas: What's Behind Standard & Poor's Recent Downgrades
 
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On Aug. 1, 2011, Standard & Poor's lowered its ratings on 46 Spanish repackaged covered bonds--known as "multi-cédulas"--and removed them from CreditWatch negative. The actions reflect our view of deteriorating creditworthiness of the participating financial institutions, and, in some cases, the potential effect of higher concentration in the financial institutions sector. In this CreditMatters TV segment, Karlo Fuchs, analytical manager for Covered Bond Ratings, provides an overview of the multi-cédulas product, and explores what's behind our recent rating actions.
Views: 721 S&P Global Ratings
Peacekeeping in Haiti & other topics - Daily Press Briefing (03 April 2019)
 
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Noon briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesman for the Secretary-General. Highlights: - Secretary General Travels - Algeria, Comoros, Security Council - Honduras UNICEF - Water - UNICRI - Sport SECRETARY-GENERAL TRAVELS The Secretary-General, António Guterres, landed a short while ago in Tripoli, in Libya, where he will show his support for the political process during this critical phase in the country. Speaking to reporters after his encounter in Cairo with Egyptian President Sisi, the Secretary-General said, “Our objective is simple, to avoid any major confrontation and to create conditions to stabilize the situation in Libya.” He added that it is essential to unify the country’s institutions and said that [he] hopes that the conversations that took place between Prime Minister Sarraj and General Haftar in Abu Dhabi will be an important step towards this unity. He hoped that this progress can be consolidated by the National Conference that will take place later this month. You will have seen that we just tweeted out about this arrival saying that he is totally committed to supporting the Libyan-led political process. As for his discussions with the President Sisi earlier today before leaving Cairo, the Secretary-General said their talks covered the three pillars of the UN: peace and security, sustainable development and human rights. ALGERIA The Secretary-General takes note of the resignation of the Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika. The Secretary-General salutes the mature and calm nature in which the Algerian people have been expressing their desire for change. He looks forward to a peaceful and democratic transition process that reflects the wishes of the Algerian people. The Secretary-General reiterates the United Nations’ continued commitment to supporting Algeria in its process of democratic transition. COMOROS The Secretary-General takes note of the announcement made today by the Supreme Court of the results of the 24 March 2019 presidential and gubernatorial elections in Comoros. He expresses his deep concern over the reports of violence and fatalities as well as arrests of political opponents and restrictions on media. He underscores the imperative of upholding the rule of law and the respect of fundamental rights. The Secretary-General urges the Comorian authorities and other national stakeholders to refrain from any action likely to heighten the current tensions.  The Secretary-General echoes the call made by the African Union on 29 March, supported by the European Union and by the Indian Ocean Commission, for an inclusive dialogue, under the leadership of the AU. He reiterates the UN’s readiness to support such efforts to promote national cohesion, peace, stability and development in the Union of the Comoros. Full Highlights: https://www.un.org/sg/en/content/highlight/2019-04-03.html
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Union Of European Football Association's Club Licensing-  Neil Dunbar
 
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Neil Dunbar, from James Cook University, shares his presentation entitled "Union Of European Football Association's Club Licensing & Financial Fair Play Regulations" in stream 2 of the Interdisciplinary Colloquium on the Integrity of Sport, 2015. Bond University, through the Centre for Commercial Law, Faculty of Law and Faculty of Health Science and Medicine, hosted the Interdisciplinary Colloquium on the Integrity of Sport in February, 2015. Papers presented covered topics such as: Sport Regulation and Governance; Player Health and Welfare; Crime, Corruption and Match Fixing; and Doping in Sport.
Views: 98 Bond OLT
Capital Markets Union: how exactly might it look? Interview with Judith Hardt
 
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Judith Hardt, EU Lobbyist specialising in Finance, replied to our questions about the Capital Markets Union. Find out more: http://goo.gl/FckRgs
Views: 990 KPMG Luxembourg
ERIN DION, Royal Bank of Canada, Lexpert 2013 Rising Star
 
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Go to the Rising Stars website at http://www.lexpert.ca/risingstars/ for more information about this year's event. Here is this Lexpert Rising Star's bio from the Nov/Dec 2013 issue of Lexpert magazine: Erin has led the legal team, supporting the bank's capital and debt-raising activities for the last two years. In those two years she has led registration of US$12 billion in covered bonds with the US Securities and Exchange Commission; registration of the bank's covered bond program with Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation; updated a European structured note program in Ireland; and advised on regular issuance throughout 2012 of "Uridashi" offerings in the Japanese market and issuance of subordinated debt in Trinidad and Tobago. She takes an active role in training and mentoring junior lawyers and in hiring new ones. Erin has been a vital part of the development of an extremely strong public company group within the general counsel group. Erin works with the Advancement of Women in Leadership Committee at the bank, and was a bank representative at the recent Rotman Business Leadership for Woman Lawyers conference. She is a member of the bank's pro bono team, which provides legal services to adoptive parents and older adoptees. She's a former member of the Canadian Rhythmic Gymnastics National Team, attending over 25 international competitions, including three World Championships and the 1995 Pan American Games. See this issue of Lexpert at http://www.lexpert.ca/Magazine/columns/?current_issue=244
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Molly Scott Cato - Securitisation and the "Capital Markets Union"
 
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Economist Molly challenges the European Commission on the dangers of misleading "Securitisation" during the presentation of the Capital Markets Union package, and how this harks back to the 2008 financial crisis. See more at: http://mollymep.org.uk/
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www.green-project.org
 
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Regarding the journey to Asia in 2008: In 2008, European Year of Cross-cultural Dialogue, developing the large mass media effort in organizing the 29th Olympic Games in Beijing, a 10-member GP team carried out the road trip initiative Green Project in Asia: Athens to Beijing, from the silk roads to the energy roads. (www.greenproject2008.com). The team started out in Greece, passed through Turkey, George, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, and wound up in China. Utilizing low CO2 emission vehicles, and mass transportation, 13,000 kilometers were covered in a period of five weeks, in a quest for modern routes of commercial energy (electricity and natural gas), not unlike those who followed the historical Silk Road. GP presentations in the capital cities of countries visited were accompanied by digital displays of artistic works of her contributors. Eighteen important installations of renewal energy sources were recorded along with 16 characteristic samples of traditional architecture, 7 of which are included in the list of UNESCOs World Heritage Sites. The trailblazing recordings consisted of 30,000 photographs and 40-hours of documentary videos. The initiative for Green Project in Asia attracted a huge amount of publicity, and was included in the international art festival Lato 2009 and the Athens Photo Festival of 2008 and 2009, as well as the World forum on Energy Regulation IV, 2009, while it is scheduled for presentation in Brussels, at the Anniart, 798 Art Zone in Beijing, at the EXPO in Shanghai at the Museum of Modern Art in Baku, and in the framework of the Festival de lImage Environnementale 2010 in Paris. The documentary is in the post-production phase, while the international publication of a large six-language album is being prepared. In light of the significant artistic and scientific works that were produced, the Green Project in Asia effected a tool of cross-cultural communication, seeking to contribute to the emergence of powerful energy bonds and to addressing common environmental concerns of the peoples along the route. Its worth noting that the European Union considers the creation of the so-called Southern Energy Corridor (a.k.a. Southern Corridor) for the transport of natural gas and electrical energy between Asia and Europe, to be of enormous geopolitical importance. Regarding the 2010 journey to Africa in 2010: Within the sphere of initiatives of the European Commission: The EU, Africa and China: Towards a trilateral dialogue and cooperation, and EU-Africa Energy Partnership, the Green Project (GP) will seek to exploit through mass media the 19th World Football Cup that is being organized in South Africa in 2010, with the realization of the Green Project in Africa: Cape Town Athens from the waterways to the energy routes (www.green-project.org). This initiative, supported by public and private institutions, will materialize in the summer of 2010, International Year of Biodiversity, and will follow the migratory route of the Eleanor hawk (often referred to as the black robin of the Aegean) now threatened with extinction. The GP team will cover the 14,000 kilometers of African waterways along the Okavango, Zambezi and Nile rivers, as well as the lakes of Tanganyika, Malawi and Victoria, located in the countries of South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, Sudan, Egypt, Cypress and Greece. It will record about 50 major traditional and modern applications of optimal practical developments of renewal energy sources in local communities. Particular attention will be paid to works and initiatives by UNESCO, UNDP, the European Union, and international non-governmental organizations. There is an open call for participation in Green Project in Africa: Cape Town Athens from the waterways to the energy routes. Please apply to: [email protected]
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L1/P6: Banking Sector Evolution India & Nationalization of Banks
 
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Language: Hindi; Topics covered: 1. Indian and foreign banks in pre-independent India 2. factors affecting location of banking industry 3. Why was there no financial inclusion in British India, despite existence of Indian-banks? 4. Why was RBI setup? 5. Bank nationalization in Post independent India: Why, How, When? 6. Problems created by Bank nationalization. How did it contribute to BoP crisis? Powerpoint available at http://Mrunal.org/download Venue: Sardar Patel Institute of Public Administration (SPIPA), Ahmedabad
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EU Cuts Growth Outlook as Inflation Seen Below ECB Forecast
 
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The European Commission cut its growth forecasts for the euro area as the bloc’s largest economies struggle to put the ravages of the debt crisis behind them after two recessions in six years. Gross domestic product in the 18-nation region will rise by 0.8 percent this year and 1.1 percent in 2015, down from projections for 1.2 and 1.7 percent in May, the Brussels-based commission said today. It lowered its projections for Germany, Europe’s largest economy, and said inflation in the euro area will be even weaker than the European Central Bank predicts. “The legacy of the global financial and economic crisis lingers on,” said Marco Buti, the head of the commission’s economics department. “Slack in the EU economy remains large and is weighing on inflation, which is also being dragged down by tumbling energy and food prices.” The bleaker outlook highlights the fledgling nature of the euro area’s recovery and the deflation threat that has compelled the ECB to take unprecedented stimulus measures. While unemployment is beginning to decline from a record high, core economies such as Germany and France are facing some of the growth challenges that afflicted the periphery at the start of the debt crisis. Today’s report forecasts inflation at 0.8 percent in 2015, less than half the ECB goal of just under 2 percent. That’s more pessimistic than the central bank’s own projection of 1.1 percent. The commission sees inflation quickening to 1.5 percent in 2016, compared with the ECB outlook for 1.4 percent. ECB Stimulus European stocks declined for a second day and German, French and Italian bonds rose. The yield on the German 10-year bund fell 4 basis points to 0.81 percent at 11:17 a.m. London time. The Italian yield dropped 5 basis points to 2.37 percent. The Stoxx Europe 600 Index slipped 0.1 percent. The grim assessment for the euro region comes just days before the ECB Governing Council led by President Mario Draghi gathers in Frankfurt for its monthly policy meeting. The ECB has cut its benchmark rate to a record-low 0.05 percent and began buying covered bonds to boost inflation and rekindle growth. “Country-specific factors are contributing to the weaknesses of economic activity in the EU and the euro area in particular,” Jyrki Katainen, commission vice president for competitiveness, told reporters in Brussels. These include “deep-seated structural problems” and “public and private debt overhang,” he said. The commission predicted GDP growth of 1.7 percent in 2016, lower than the ECB’s 1.9 percent published in September. ‘Fragile’ Recovery Unemployment in the 18-nation region will gradually decrease from 11.6 percent this year, the commission said, forecasting an average rate of 11.3 percent in 2015 and 10.8 percent in 2016. The recovery is “not only subdued but also fragile,” it said. “With confidence indicators declining since mid-year and now back to where they were at the end of 2013, and hard data pointing to very weak activity for the rest of the year, it is becoming harder to see the dent in the recovery as the result of temporary factors only.” In addition to a lower forecast for Germany, the commission cut its projections for France and Italy. Italy’s economy, the third largest in the euro area and in its third recession in six years, will shrink 0.4 percent this year, according to the commission. It predicted growth of 0.6 percent in 2015, half the pace expected in May. The country’s debt pile -- the second largest in the euro zone after Greece -- will hit 133.8 percent of GDP next year before slipping to 132.7 percent in 2016. That’s still higher than the 132.2 percent anticipated for 2014. German Stagnation The commission expects Germany to stagnate in the second half. It sees growth of 1.1 percent in 2015 and 1.8 percent in 2016. The 2015 outlook compares with 2 percent in May. “Growth is set to resume gradually with the support of a robust labor market, favorable financing conditions and improving external demand,” the commission said. As France spars with EU budget monitors over spending controls, European forecasters see the country’s deficit widening to 4.4 percent of GDP in 2014, compared with a forecast 3.9 percent in May and above the EU’s 3 percent limit. In 2016, the deficit will be 4.7 percent. France’s structural deficit -- which strips out the effects of the economic cycle -- will deteriorate from 3 percent in 2014 to 3.4 percent in 2016. Economic growth in Spain is projected to accelerate to 1.7 percent next year and 2.2 percent in 2016 from 1.2 percent this year, underpinned by domestic demand. The commission said Spain’s budget deficit, pegged at 5.6 percent of GDP this year, will narrow to 4.6 percent in 2015 and to 3.9 percent in 2016.
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L8/P1: Environment- Biodiversity Hotspots, Go No-Go areas, law & Polity angles
 
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Language: Hindi, Topics Covered: 1. Tiger & Elephant Reserves, RAMSAR Wetland sites in India- a brief overview 2. 4 Biodiversity hotspots in India 3. Biosphere Reserves of India under UNESCO’s MAB program 4. Natural World Heritage Sites under UNESCO 5. Coastal & Marine Biodiversity Areas under AICHI Target 6. Marine Protected Areas 7. National Parks 8. Wildlife Sanctuaries 9. Conservation Reserves vs Community Reserves 10. What are protected areas? 11. What are Go & No Go areas? Jairam Ramesh vs. Green law panel 12. Self study topics from NCERT and India yearbook. 13. Environment related laws before and after independence- A Chronological overview 14. environmental provisions in Constitution of India – at fundamental rights, duties, directive principles of state policy 15. 7th Schedule: jurisdiction of union and state on environmental matter Powerpoint available at http://Mrunal.org/download Exam-Utility: UPSC IAS IPS, CSAT, Prelims, Mains, CDS, CAPF, Bank, RBI, IBPS, SSC and other competitive exams, IIM, XLRI, MBA interviews and GDPI Faculty Name: Mrunal Patel Venue: Sardar Patel Institute of Public Administration (SPIPA), Satellite, Ahmedabad, Gujarat,India
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3 Things You Need To Know About the Humanitarian Crisis in Syria
 
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In this video from the Trilateral Forum Tokyo, Denis Chaibi of the European Commission discusses the most pressing needs of refugees in Syria and how the United States, Europe, and Japan are approaching humanitarian aid.
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What is COVERED WARRANT? What does COVERED WARRANT mean? COVERED WARRANT meaning & explanation
 
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What is COVERED WARRANT? What does COVERED WARRANT mean? COVERED WARRANT meaning - COVERED WARRANT definition - COVERED WARRANT explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. In finance a covered warrant (sometimes called naked warrant) is a type of warrant that has been issued without an accompanying bond or equity. Like a normal warrant, it allows the holder to buy or sell a specific amount of equities, currency, or other financial instruments from the issuer at a specified price at a predetermined date. Unlike normal warrants, they are usually issued by financial institutions instead of share-issuing companies and are listed as fully tradable securities on a number of stock exchanges. They can also have a variety of underlying instruments, not just equities, and may allow the holder to buy or sell the underlying asset. These attributes make it possible to use covered warrants as a tool to speculate on financial markets. A covered warrant gives the holder the right, but not the obligation, to buy ("call" warrant) or to sell ("put" warrant) an underlying asset at a specified price (the "strike" or "exercise" price) by a predetermined date. The price paid for this right is the "premium" and with covered warrants you cannot lose more than this initial premium paid. They are limited liability instruments so there are no further payments or margin calls required to maintain a covered warrant position. Covered warrants offer a flexible alternative to private investors who seek to gain the leverage benefits of derivatives, but who wish to limit their risk. When the issuer sells a warrant to an investor, they typically "cover" (or hedge) their exposure by buying the underlying instrument in the market. Covered warrants have an average life of 6 to 12 months, although some have maturities of several years. In contrast to "traditional" equity warrants, with covered warrants no new issuance of common stock occurs if the warrant is exercised. The underlying shares of common stock are usually either owned by the issuer of the covered warrants or the issuer has a mechanism, such as owning equity warrants for the underlying shares, through which they can obtain the shares. Covered warrants are very similar to options—much more so than "traditional" warrants. This is because covered warrants, just like options, can be created to allow holders to benefit from either rising prices or falling prices, by having both put and call warrants. They can also be created on a wide variety of underlying instruments not just equities and they are fairly standardised and are mostly traded on exchanges. The main difference is that warrants tend to have longer maturity dates, typically measured in years instead of months (as with options), and are easier to access for individuals as they can be bought and sold in the same way as shares in the stock exchange. Warrants are listed on a number of major exchanges, including the London Stock Exchange, Singapore Exchange, and Hong Kong Stock Exchange. They are popular with individual investors and traders particularly in Hong Kong, China, and European countries (especially Italy). They are seen as a flexible tool offering leveraged exposure to a wide range of underlyings such as equities, baskets, indices, currencies and commodities, while offering the benefits of transparency and liquidity. Popular indices, for example, include the FTSE100 in the UK or Germany's DAX, and popular commodities include oil, gold, and wheat. The main exposure is to market risk as the warrant will be profitable only when the market price exceeds the strike price for a "call warrant" or is below the strike for a "put warrant". The inherent leveraging effect of the warrant significantly increases the risks and traders that are using warrant to speculate can make or lose significant sums very quickly. With covered warrants the maximum loss is limited to the price paid for the warrant (ask or offer price) plus any commission or other transaction charges. Thus, although warrants are classed as high risk they are not as risky as other investment products such as contracts for differences or spread betting in which an investor would have to pay for future losses. Another aspect of risk is that an investor could lose their entire investment if the corporation issuing the warrant becomes insolvent.
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NPC Presents National Migration Profile For Nigeria
 
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The National Population Commission, NPC, in partnership with the International Organization For Migration, IOM have made public a new national migration country profile for Nigeria. The project, covered under the European Union funded national 10th Migration Projects was presented in Abuja.
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Hungary Prime Minister Attacks Juncker And Soros In Billboard Ad
 
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Horst Teubert Germanys Bid for Great Power Through the European Union - MRG
 
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Neue Weltordnung, Verschwoerung, Europaeische Union, Euroskeptisch, Deutsche Politik, Deutsche Volkswirtschaft Horst Teubert, editor of the independent journalists' group, "Informationen zur deutschen Aussenpolitik" (Reports on German Foreign Policy - www.german-foreign-policy.com) "GERMANY'S BID FOR GREAT POWER STATUS THROUGH THE EU" Topics covered include the German EU presidency and the EU constitution, Energy policy - a German tap in the EU pipeline? A Cooperation with Russia - a return to the Twenties? Kosovo - Germany's Balkan policy, German policy and the USA, The internal effect of German foreign policy on German society. *Biographical Note: Horst is 38 and from a family of musicians. After education at a Gymnasium (similar to a grammar school), he studied protestant theology at Munich and Heidelberg. He graduated in sociology from Marburg in 1999. He worked in an archive researching neonazism in 2000 and 2001. Since then he has worked in journalism principally with his present group. "Informationen zur deutschen Aussenpolitik" Selected English translations of their reports appear on www.freenations.freeuk.com TO ARRANGE INTERVIEWS - Please contact Edward Spalton tags: Tags: rcoones, marlborough research group, rcoonespolitics, Action Now, European union, conspiracy, communism, EU Constitution Treaty, North American Union, referendum, spp eurosceptic, tony blair, regions, undemocratic, democracy, spp, American, napoleonic law, totalitarian, eu, uk, eussr, council tax, undemocratic, magna Carta, Brussels, constitution, police state, great Britain, secret societies society, illuminati, England, corpus juris jurus, facism, european commission, swra, seera, conservatives, labor, new, fabian society, agenda 21, royal institute of international affairs, riia, royal society, bilderberg, bilderbergers, bilderberger, world bank, wto, bank of england, london exchange, london school of economics, british labor, 3rd way, freemasonry, nato, common purpose, fema, sustainable development, united nations, imf, international monetary fund, international court of justice, peace palace, chatham house, Tavistock Institute, 1972 european communities act, (Disclaimer: Views and opinions presented here are for informational and educational purposes only and may not necessarily be those of the makers of this video.) rcoones
L7/P1: infrastructure bidding, bottleneck & financing, PPP-Case Study GMR Intl. Airport
 
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Language: Hindi, Topics Covered: 1. Amrut Mahotsav 2022: 6 pillars of 2. importance of infrastructure in economy 3. 3 roles of government in infrastructure development 4. road infrastructure: list of self study topics from India yearbook 5. various industrial corridors 6. difference between golden quadrilateral and Diamond quadrilateral 7. PPP in greenfield airport: the Case study of GMR International Airport ltd. 8. The problem of stalled infrastructure projects in India 9. meaning of overleveraged companies, interest coverage ratio, debt overhang 10. 4 reasons Why companies overleveraged 11. Mock Question for Mains: Problem of stalled infrastructure projects in India, is a manifestation of market failure & regulatory failure. Discuss. 12. 3P India: how to restructure stalled PPP contracts? 13. E-Tolling on highways: purpose and procedure 14. Reforms in infrastructure bidding: least present value of revenue (LPVR), linking user fees with various parameters etc. 15. Reforms in Infrastructure Finance: Masala Bonds, Bullet bonds 16. Budget 2015 provisions for infrastructure financing 17. Mock Question for Mains: Suggest the ways to revamp PPP contracts & regulatory framework to address the issue of Infrastructure slowdown in India. Powerpoint available at http://Mrunal.org/download Exam-Utility: UPSC CSAT, Prelims, Mains, CDS, CAPF, Bank, RBI, IBPS, SSC and other competitive exams, IIM, XLRI, MBA interviews and GDPI Faculty Name: Mrunal Patel Venue: Sardar Patel Institute of Public Administration (SPIPA), Satellite, Ahmedabad, Gujarat,India
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