Goldman Sachs’ Jim O’Neill in The Economist on BRIC Growth

In the World in 2011, Goldman Sachs’ Jim O’Neill gives his forecast for 2036. “Will China have overtaken America in economic size? Will the BRIC economies collectively be as big as the G7? Will European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) still exist? Will Britain have joined it? Will the international monetary system be anything likeContinue reading “Goldman Sachs’ Jim O’Neill in The Economist on BRIC Growth”

Global M&A Market Set to Grow in 2011, Goldman’s Dibelius Says – Bloomberg

The global market for mergers and acquisitions may have “relatively strong” growth next year as corporate earnings recover, Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s German head said. “We expect the global M&A transactions volume to grow 10 percent to 15 percent in the mid-term,” Alexander Dibelius, Goldman Sachs’s head of operations in Germany and Austria as well as RussiaContinue reading “Global M&A Market Set to Grow in 2011, Goldman’s Dibelius Says – Bloomberg”

Moving to Brazil on business

Land of opportunity and of solid financial institutions, more international execs are considering moving to Brazil. I could name some cases in my network. People from the US, France and England taking the move to live in Brazil on account of business opportunities. Recently, EFinanceCarreers compiled a number of reasons to emigrate to Brazil. Actually whatContinue reading “Moving to Brazil on business”

Itau Surpasses Goldman Sachs in Brazilian Bond Underwriting

July 13 (Bloomberg) — Itau Unibanco Holding SA overtook Citigroup Inc. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. in Brazilian bond underwriting, leading a push by local banks to grab market share from international banks hurt by the global financial crisis. Itau, the country’s largest bank by market value, jumped four spots this year to become theContinue reading “Itau Surpasses Goldman Sachs in Brazilian Bond Underwriting”