Russian investment fears put to rest

Profile of Prosperity Capital Management

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As chief economist of Prosperity Capital Management, Liam Halligan could be accused of being a trifle over-enthusiastic about investment opportunities in Russia. The performance of the funds run by the company, however, supports his stance.

“We started in Russia in 1996. We are now the largest asset manager in Russia and all the money we invest is foreign money. That says a lot about Russia despite the stereotypes,” declares Halligan. “I have 14 years of experience in Russia. The environment for

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