Jonathan Morris

Expert View: Markets are moving

By Jonathan Morris, June 4, 2009

As we have become engrossed in stories of duck islands, moats and the “flipping” of second homes of late, the idea of floating a company on one of the public markets has seemed somewhat far-fetched by comparison.

However, there are some encouraging signs that the so-called “IPO market” (IPO stands for Initial Public Offering) is gearing itself up again for new business.


Expert view: India’s economy will rebound from this

By Jonathan Morris, December 4, 2008

As we try to come to terms with the vivid television images of the appalling terrorist attacks in Mumbai last week and the heartbreaking funerals of the victims held in India, Israel and elsewhere, it is difficult to visualise a time when India’s financial centre will return, once again, to something approaching normality.


Expert view: Israeli stars want to list in London

By Jonathan Morris, October 23, 2008

As we grow accustomed to ever more depressing economic news, it is hard to imagine the day when we will, once again, witness Israeli companies travelling to London to try their luck with a listing on the main market or AIM. However, that day will surely come, which perhaps explains why, despite the understandable pessimism currently enveloping us, the London Stock Exchange is looking to the future and making another one of their regular visits to Israel next month.


Expert view: A happy new trading couple: India and Israel

By Jonathan Morris, September 19, 2008

The newspaper headlines seemed very familiar: rapidly increasing inflation, a government facing an uncertain political future, and heavy flooding causing chaos in various parts of the country.