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Meet the Russia Bulls

Foreign Policy, Report, August 18, 2014: As Russia's standoff with the West over Ukraine unfolded, with mutually detrimental sanctions flying back and forth further darkening the country's already dim economic outlook, many people couldn't get their money out fast enough. But that kind of pessimism smells like opportunity to some investors.

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How Investors Are Reacting to Sanctions on Russia

Bloomberg TV, March 21, 2014: Mattias Westman, founding partner at Prosperity Capital Management, discusses his first-hand account of the Ukraine crisis and investor reaction to sanctions on Russia with Alix Steel on Bloomberg Television's Bottom Line.

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PROSPERITY ANALYSIS ON UKRAINE

Prosperity Capital have issued a number of updates on political events in Ukraine for clients. For convenience, these have been collated on this section of the website for further access by registered users.

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The west cannot keep poking the russian bear

"It feels wounded and on the defensive, but you'd never know it from the way our politicians are behaving."

The following commentary, authored by Tony Brenton, the former British ambassador to Moscow, was published by The Independent newspaper.

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MEET THE SENIOR TEAM

Interview with Mattias Westman, Founding Partner Interview with Alexander Branis, Chief Investment Advisor

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Download an essay written to mark the 15th Anniversary of Prosperity Capital Management, entitled Business-like investment in Russia, by Mattias Westman, Founding Partner


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Download an essay on Corporate governance in Russia - Reality & Myth, written by Prosperity Capital Management's Chief Investment Advisor, Alexander Branis, CFA


Company of the Month

Tinkoff Credit Systems - Logo

Oleg Tinkov is a serial entrepreneur. Prosperity met Oleg in 2003, when he launched his premium beer brand, Tinkoff, which quickly gained popularity. Oleg built a state-of-the-art brewery in St Petersburg, funded by bank loans, and sold it together with his beer brands to Anheuser-Busch InBev - at a handsome USD 80 m profit. Prior to that, Oleg developed the first premium frozen dumplings brand in Russia, which he went on to sell to the national meat processing company Prodo, owned by Millhouse. Oleg began his entrepreneurial career by establishing a chain of electronics stores in St Petersburg.

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