Nery Alaev

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ESRB warns eight EU nations about residential markets

Nery Alaev writes about risk in the residential market. The European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB) has taken the steps to warn eight EU nations, including the departing UK, that their housing markets have ‘medium-term vulnerabilities’ relating to their respective housing…
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Could new regulations in the EU help fintech flourish?

Nery Alaev writes about fintech and regulations. As the EU’s weakened financial markets feel the growing pressure of regulation, there may be an opportunity for fintech organisations to take advantage of the situation by using the very frameworks that are…
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The new competition for Europe’s fintech throne

Nery Alaev writes about Fintech in Europe, post-Brexit. Since Brexit (something I’ve written about extensively since the vote took place), there has been a jostle between London and Berlin for new control over the burgeoning ‘Fintech’ industry, which has gained…
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Will Brexit actually happen?

Nery Alaev writes about Brexit, in a continuation of previous articles. One author has come out to say that the ‘Brexit’ vote on 23rd June may not actually happen and has laid out the case for the process being disrupted…
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Global reactions to Brexit’s effect on real estate

Nery Alaev writes about Brexit’s potential impact on real estate. This week I’ve decided to look into the global attitudes of real estate professionals and outlets regarding the prospective exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union. My research…
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