Braemar Capital to hold Russian Investment Forum in January

Top Quote Braemar Capital will host its Russian Investment Forum in its Hong Kong Office next year on Wednesday 14th January 2015. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) December 03, 2014 - HONG KONG - Braemar Capital's forum will focus on Russian investment which aims to promote constructive dialogue between Russian and international investors each year, will attract over 200 investors globally.

    Braemar Capital's Chief Investment Officer, Mr. Gustavo Morales commented on the upcoming forum and said: "Numerous topics will be discussed at length while also having a question and answer during the event's opening session. The event will also feature a number international investor guests who will address key topics of Russia's investment climate and economic indicators in Russia are promising."

    Braemar Capital's Global Head of Investments, Mr. Jamie Carr pointed out that "What is often discussed as Russia's weaknesses in terms of global economic standing, are opportunities for the savvy investor to look into." Mr. Carr also added "The country choice for investments is a big component in the attribution of returns. The Russian market is particularly correlated to external factors, namely, commodities. Another factor behind this high correlation is the still significant role of cross-border wholesale funding as foreign investors continue to dominate portfolio flows in the Russian stock market."

    Braemar Capital is an independent global wealth management company with a focus on the emerging and developing markets of the Asia Pacific. Based in Hong Kong, with strong links to Asia's developing markets and a hub for East-West commerce, Braemar Capital has been providing investment advice, products and services to the discerning private investor for close to 30 years.

    Braemar Capital was established in 1984 by Desmond Alexander and James Liu in a small office in Braemar Hills, Hong Kong, as Braemar Hills Capital Partners, with the aim of offering clients access to the rapidly growing markets of the Asia-Pacific. Our founders placed great weight on tapping into sectors which have the potential to dominate markets in the near future, encouraged by a growth in consumer demand in the developing economies in the Asia-Pacific.

    Over the past 30 years, the company has expanded to become one of the leading investment firms in the region, expanding to offices in Taipei in 1999. In 2005 following the retirement of co- founder James Liu, the company simplified our name to Braemar Capital to reflect the name we had become commonly known by in Hong Kong. In 2008 we opened our Shanghai Office, followed by our Seoul Office in 2010, providing research and access to markets across the Asia Pacific region.

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