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CIGI - April 17, 2017
Preparing Europe to Face the Next Financial Crisis
ZDF - February 20, 2017
Miranda Xafa - ZDF: “The Syriza government obstructs privatization”
BBC - July 6, 2015
Miranda Xafa - BBC: “The referendum result largely irrelevant”
Bloomberg - July 6, 2015
Miranda Xafa on Bloomberg TV: Greece faces same choices as before the referendum
Sky News - July 4, 2015
Ahead of Greek referendum
Sky News - June 30, 2015
Bloomberg- June 29, 2015
Greece to see chaos if banks don't reopen next week
Bloomberg- June 19, 2015
Miranda Xafa: Tsipras Overplayed His Hand in Greece
SKY NEWS - June 3, 2015
SKY NEWS - April 8, 2015
Miranda Xafa: Reforms needed to avoid Grexit
Bloomberg, December 23, 2014
Cigi Senior Scholar and E.F. Consulting CEO Miranda Xafa discusses the next steps for Greece as the second parliamentary vote gets underway in Athens with Bloomberg’s Guy Johnson on “On The Move.”
CNBC - November 17, 2014
Ahead of Greece's MPs holding a presidential vote today, Miranda Xafa, CIGI senior scholar and CEO of EF Consulting, comments on Greece's possibility of leaving the euro if its next government messes up negotiations with the Troika.
Bloomberg, December 8, 2014
Miranda Xafa, chief executive officer at EF Consulting, discusses the political implications of a potential extension to Greece’s bailout program. She speaks to Francine Lacqua and Guy Johnson on Bloomberg Television's "The Pulse" after Greek lawmakers approved the country’s first budget in decades forecasting almost no deficit.
CNBC, November 11, 2013
Miranda Xafa, president of E.F. Consulting, says Syriza's defeated no-confidence motion has strengthened the Greek coalition government as it meets with the representatives of the Troika.
CNBC, September 23, 2013
Miranda Xafa, CEO or EF Consulting and former IMF board member, tells CNBC that the recession in Greece is bottoming out but the recovery is likely to be L shaped.
CNBC, July 16, 2013
Greek debt forgiveness in 2014? Miranda Xafa, president of EF Consulting and former IMF board member, talks about Greece, public sector reduction and debt forgiveness.
BBC Radio 4 - A case of statistical significance in Greece
This week Ruth Alexander looks at the extraordinary case of Andreas Georgiou the head of the Greek statistics agency who is facing criminal charges ...
Bloomberg - October 9, 2012
Miranda Xafa, president of EF Consulting, discusses Angela Merkel's visit to Greece. She appeared on Bloomberg Television's "The Last Word" on October 9.
CNBC, August 24, 2012
Miranda Xafa, president of EF Consulting, told CNBC, an extension in time for Greece to meet repayments would just add to the debt burden and prolong uncertainty over whether Greece will leave the euro zone.
Bloomberg - August 24, 2012
Miranda Xafa, president of EF Consulting, discusses Greece and the European debt crisis. She appeared on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown" on August 24.
CNBC, June 18, 2012
"This is a positive outcome, certainly preferable to a left wing coalition under Syriza, at least now we have a majority in parliament that will keep Greece in the euro area, having said that they will probably need to renegotiate the second rescue package," Miranda Xafa CEO of EF Consulting and former board member of the IMF, told CNBC.
SKY NEWS - June 18, 2012
Greece should be given more time to meet the fiscal targets.
CNBC - May 26, 2012
Miranda Xafa, CEO of EF Consulting, told CNBC, "Everybody wants Greece to stay in the euro zone area, including Greek voters, so hopefully that will be the outcome but technical preparations for every eventuality are necessary, unfortunately."
Bloomberg - May 7, 2012
Miranda Xafa, president of EF Consulting and a former board member for Greece at the International Monetary Fund, talks about Greece's election, in which the two main parties failed to win a combined majority, and the country's bailout package. She speaks from Athens with Guy Johnson on Bloomberg Television's "The Pulse." (Source: Bloomberg)
CNBC - May 7, 2012
Miranda Xafa, president of EF Consulting, told CNBC, "Greek people are angry at the two big parties, New Democracy and Pasok that have governed Greece for about decades and got the country into this mess, these two parties do not have enough votes to form a stable coalition and implement the reform program."
The Diane Rehm Show - February 21, 2012
A new rescue plan for Greece’s failing economy has been agreed. What the long-awaited bailout package could mean for frustrated Greeks and the eurozone.
Bloomberg - February 13, 2012
Yanis Varoufakis, a professor at the University of Athens, and Miranda Xafa, president of EF Consulting, talk about the outlook for Greece after lawmakers approved the austerity package demanded to secure a financial lifeline.
BBC Radio 4 - Breaking the Pact
Allan Little looks at the key moments and issues which brought the EU to the current crisis. In this episode he focuses on the first years of the last decade...
CNBC - January 24, 2012
Miranda Xafa, president of EF Consulting and a former board member for Greece at the IMF, told CNBC, "the banks have made the best offer they could on a voluntary basis and now one possible way forward would be for a forced haircut by including collective action clauses in the existing Greek bonds and activating them which would mean triggering the CDS and causing a credit event to happen."
Bloomberg - November 11, 2011
"Papademos brilliant choice"
Bloomberg - August 30, 2011
Miranda Xafa, a senior investment strategist at IJPartners and a former International Monetary Fund board member for Greece, discusses Alpha Bank SA's agreement to buy EFG Eurobank Ergasias SA and the outlook for a Greek rescue package.
Bloomberg, June 2011
Miranda Xafa on Greek Debt, Confidence Vote June, 2011- Bloomberg
CNN - May 6, 2011
Astana Economic Forum focuses on the impact of the Arab spring on oil prices and the global recovery.
Bloomberg - April 12, 2011
Miranda Xafa, former deputy executive director at the International Monetary Fund, talks about the impact of a European rescue package on Greece's economy. Xafa, a senior investment strategist at Geneva-based IJPartners, speaks with Bloomberg's David Tweed in Athens.