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CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY
You may cancel a Subscription to a publication at any time. Funds Europe does not offer a refund against monies paid for the subscription or product. Any unexpired portion of a subscription may be re-allocated to your nominee, this must be requested in writing.

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DOWNLOADS
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While every care is taken in the preparation of Downloads, the Company can give no absolute assurance that any the Product downloaded by you are supplied virus free.

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No representation is made nor warranty given that information contained in any Product or Subscription purchased from us is accurate, complete or current.

The Company shall not be responsible for your use of the Product. You will be responsible for complying with any applicable data protection, copyright and other legislation and regulations.

Products supplied by the Company may be used only for the personal or internal operational purposes of the Purchaser. They maynot be used for any other commercial purpose whatsoever, nor may they be modified, copied, distributed, transmitted, displayed, performed, reproduced, published, licensed or transferred. No derivative works may be created from them, nor may any information obtained from them be sold.

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Executive Interviews

INTERVIEW: ‘Financing is the blood of Iran’s economy’

Amid a fresh wave of American sanctions, Romil Patel spoke to Meysam Hamedi, director of financial markets and instruments at Iran’s Securities & Exchange Organization (SEO).

INTERVIEW: Totally mega

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INTERVIEW: Protecting the investment

Rasmala’s trade finance fund recently passed $100 million in assets. Doug Bitcon, head of credit strategies, explains why he has to be hands-on.

EXECUTIVE INTERVIEW: A natural interest in the topic

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Roundtables

Middle East Investor Roundtable 2020: Dimensions of diversification

Investors in the Middle East consider the tools that will be needed to navigate the Covid-19 crisis, the continued appetite for dividend and why it’s all about tech. Chaired by Romil Patel.

South Africa asset management roundtable: Global rebound on ice

Experts discuss the investment implications of the coronavirus pandemic, a delayed rebound in global growth and dealing with South Africa’s energy issues head on. Chaired by Romil Patel in Cape Town.

South African roundtable: Taking the bull by the horns

Our panel discusses Chinese investment in Africa, financial institutions’ contribution to economic sustainability and regulatory concerns. Chaired by Romil Patel in Cape Town.

ROUNDTABLE: Hooked to the global caravan

With the MENA region at a tipping point, our panellists talk about economic diversification, the impact of regulation and the delayed Saudi Aramco listing. Chaired by Romil Patel in Dubai.