Fund managers investing in Europe, the Middle East and Africa believe Ukraine is the most promising country for their investment deals, according to Institutional Investor’s research group. The countries that follow are Romania, Nigeria and Kenya.
32% of the respondents prioritized Ukraine, while Romania got 26% of the votes, Nigeria- 25%, and Kenya -24% of the surveyed number of 214 managers at 154 investment companies.
Ukraine’s agricultural sector is the most attractive. It is due to the fact that despite the geopolitical tensions the industry remains export oriented at large.
Institutional Investor research found that the most bullish managers towards Ukraine were seated in Russia, the other CIS countries, and in Eastern Europe. Investors in the UK and US were next in being most bullish on Ukraine, the report reads.