After offering to fill Jonathan Ross’s shoes at the BBC, Richard Hemming was given a more responsible role at the UK national broadcaster. He now works on a casual basis as a Business Reporter for the BBC website. He continues, as ever, to be available for any freelance writing assignments and writes regularly for Financial Times' publications, including FT Money, FT Companies, Pensions Week and FT Mandate.
He also writes articles for Vitesse Media, as well as copy for a number of FTSE 250 companies. Prior to this Richard was the Senior Features Writer and Companies Writer covering primarily health and small caps for Investors Chronicle and before this, a Senior Markets Writer and Small Caps Columnist with the Australian Financial Review.
Although still relatively young, in another life, he was an investment analyst with various stock brokers, including Collins Stewart. Richard can be reached on +44 (0)7795 042 931 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mention “Nigeria” and “banking” to Bryan Collings and he loses his train of thought mid-sentence. The emerging markets fund manager for Hexam Capital has made some good returns on Nigerian banks such as over 13% on Access Bank.
When one thinks of the Russian satellite countries such as Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, revolution and political instability often spring to mind, writes Richard Hemming.
Despite the fact that it is expected to grow three times as fast as the US and twice as fast as Brazil over the next two years, few firms are engaged in investing directly into mainland China, writes Richard Hemming.
When the State-owned investment holding company Dubai World asked for an extension on debt repayments last year, it caused major global stock markets to fall as investors worried about the health of the Middle East’s economy, writes Richard Hemming.
The private equity industry has had a difficult couple of years, yet it is still proving popular among family offices
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