Will 2018 see more African corporates tap into the public debt market? Are green bonds, sukuk, and other alternative fixed income structures likely to grow in prominence across the continent this year? And will political reversals in some of the region’s largest economies be matched by deep reform? Bonds & Loans spoke with dozens of borrowers, investors, bankers and government representatives at Africa’s largest debt capital markets conference – Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Africa – to get a sense of the key trends likely to dominate the region’s credit markets over the coming year.
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