The Ukraine Business Insight team produces a range of high-level management reports delivering original research and analysis of key sectors of interest to potential investors in Ukraine.
These reports include extensive statistical tables, government and private sector data, authoritative analysis, incisive executive summaries and comprehensive sectoral reporting. These reports are supplied as print, in English but can be made available electronically, and in Russian or Ukrainian - price on application.
To buy a report or enquire about pricing of an electronic site-licence, email: Svitlana.Barnes@Ukrainebusinessinsight.com
To register and secure your free place on UBI's next event, email: firstname.lastname@example.org and quote UBI07.
The following reports are currently available to purchase:
Wealth Management Ukraine 2012 - £395.00
Renewable Energy Investment Opportunities: Ukraine 2011-2020 - £695.00
Financing global food supply
Profitable investment in Ukraine’s agricultural sector
This UBI-Saxo bank afternoon briefing is to be held from 4.00pm on the 9th of November, 2012 at the exclusive waterfront Fairmont Hotel, Kyiv, Ukraine, and will followed by a networking evening reception.
*Learn how you can profit from the world’s fastest growing agricultural exporter.
*Discover the size of the opportunity in Ukraine’s key commodities.
*Network with like-minded investors – and potential financers.
*Evaluate actual current case-study data.
*Avoid potential pitfalls.
*Take maximum advantage of the opportunity.
*Register for free today.*
Provisional Conference Programme
(Note, additional sessions may begin at 15.00; notification will be given)
9th November 2012
16.00 Registration and arrival
16.10 Opening introduction by Svitlana Barnes, CEO of Ukraine Business Insight
16.15 Ole Slot Hansen, the chief of Commodities Strategy, Saxo Bank:
Macroeconomic overview of the last quarter 2012
17.00 coffee break
17.15 Commodity trends for the season on wheat, rye, corn, sunflowers.
18.00 Case study on the trading module.
Ole Slot Hansen:
Ole Hansen is a specialist in traded futures with particular focus on commodities. He has previously worked 15 years in London most recently for a multi-asset futures and foreign exchange hedge fund where he was in charge of the trade execution team.
Svitlana is the joint-founder and owner of Ukraine Business Insight magazine, reporting on Ukraine’s business economy in English from London. Previously Svitlana worked for the Lafferty Group financial consulting, publishing and events group in London, and before that she was employed by the British Embassy in Kyiv.
About Saxo Bank
Saxo Bank is a leading online trading and investment specialist. A fully licensed and regulated European bank, Saxo Bank enables private investors and institutional clients to trade FX, CFDs, ETFs, Stocks, Futures, Options and other derivatives via three specialised and fully integrated trading platforms; the browser-based SaxoWebTrader, the downloadable SaxoTrader and theSaxoMobileTrader application available in over 20 languages. Saxo Bank also offers professional portfolio and fund management through Saxo Asset Management who accommodates high-net worth private clients and institutional investors and provides banking services and advice to retail clients through Saxo Privatbank. The Saxo Bank Group is headquartered in Copenhagen with offices throughout Europe, Asia, Middle East, Latin America and Australia.
Ukraine Business Insight (UBI) is the UK’s leading international English language publication reporting on business, trade and investment in Ukraine – in print, online, and via face-to-face events. UBI promotes international investment into Ukraine, imports in to and exports from Ukraine, from an independent standpoint, not tied to any political party or ideology other than the promotion of free trade and international best practice in business. UBI talks direct with the oligarchs and government – as well as those critical of the actions of either or both, listening to and reporting on what each has to say – allowing readers to reach a balanced perspective of the potential impact on their business.
*Numbers strictly limited to the first 50 registrants
To register and secure your free place, email: email@example.com and quote UBI07.
The final programme will be send upon registration.
Wealth Management Ukraine 2012
The first dedicated report on Wealth Management in Ukraine provides fascinating observations on the development of a home-grown wealth management marketplace. Today, the richest 100 Ukrainians have an estimated combined net worth of more than US $54bn (Forbes, April 2012), while the richest 200 have US $58.2bn (Focus, March 2012). Figures based on tax data put the number of affluent individuals (those with more than US $100,000 liquid assets) in the country at below 2,000 in 2010. However, qualitative research conducted for this report suggests the figure today is probably in excess of 30,000. Official figures suggest that 30% of high net worth clients in Ukraine use private banking services. However, the leading market participants interviewed for this report believe that this number is optimistic, and that the opportunity is largely unexploited. Factors preventing even more rapid growth include severe restrictions on the legal transfer of capital offshore, a limited stock exchange and the absence of an established private banking culture - amongst both local banks and wealthy Ukrainians. Nevertheless, research for Wealth Management Ukraine 2012 suggests that most wealthy Ukrainians keep about 60% of their assets offshore. This is partly due to a lack of confidence in local banks and partly due to the superior experience offered by more established players elsewhere. Private banking in Ukraine is forecast to grow rapidly. In the first dedicated report on the sector, we provide a snapshot of the current state of play. The research was conducted in Ukraine in the first quarter of 2012 by Eurasia Insights and Ukraine Business Insight magazine, sponsored by Coutts. Download a free copy of a preview of the report here:
Renewable Energy: Ukraine 2011-2020
The first comprehensive study on investment opportunities in Ukraine's alternative energy sector - discover how to realise the enormous opportunities in conventional and renewable energy in Ukraine. Wind, Solar, Biofuel, Geothermal, Hydropower. What is current capacity? What are the growth prospects for each sector? What are the specific economics in Ukraine? Who are the major players? Ukraine plans to spend several billion dollars over the next decade reducing its dependence on imported hydrocarbons, with renewables set to deliver 20% of energy requirements by 2020, and alternative car fuels to jump from 1% to 7% by 2015. Discover which sectors offer the most attractive opportunities, what the Ukraine-specific hurdles are for investors in each sector, from physical to regulatory, market competition, and the favourable and unfavourable effect of differential incentives.